Before the match, the atmosphere heated, members of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh team clashed!

The journey of the team which will lose today in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will stop here. The one who wins there will reach the next round of the tournament i.e. Super Four and will also become the third team to reach there.

Cold war before the match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

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New Delhi: The team of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh is in the Asia Cup today. For both the teams, this match to be held today is nothing less than do or die. The team which loses today, its journey will stop here. The one who wins there will reach the next round of the tournament i.e. Super Four and will also become the third team to reach there. But, which team will go to the Super Four between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, it will be decided after the match. It is clear that in such a situation, there will be pressure of competition on both the teams. And, perhaps the effect of the same pressure is that the atmosphere looks hot even before the start of the match.

Off the field, this ruckus between the two teams has been seen in their press conference, where first Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanka said something about the Bangladeshi team and then the Bangladesh team director retaliated. Not only this, when between these two statements another statement has come from former Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene.

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Sri Lanka strike, Bangladesh counterattack

Now let’s know one by one who said what. First know the statement of Dasun Shanka, who is the captain of the Sri Lankan team. He said that, “Bangladesh team is weak compared to Afghanistan team. In his bowling, only Mustafizur and Shakib Al Hasan are in the name of world class bowlers.

Bangladesh’s team director has retaliated on this statement of Dasun Shanka, he said, “They are understanding that we have 2 world class bowlers. But not a single bowler in the Sri Lankan team is world class.

Jayawardene ignites the spark even more!

Amidst this tension seen in the press conference before the match, a statement came from Mahela Jayawardene of Sri Lanka. He tweeted, “The time has come when bowlers must show their class.”

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Let us tell you that the match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will be played in Dubai at 7.30 pm today.

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