Fifth Match – Asia Cup T20 2016 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka at Mirpur on Feb 28 2016 – Bangladesh won by 23 runs

Sri Lanka was led by AD Mathews as SL Malinga its regular captain was not available to lead the team due to injury and was declared unfit to play.

Bangladesh openers Mohammad Mithun and Soumya Sarkar did not open their account in this game to provide the tenth occasion of both the openers scoring ducks in an innings in the history of T20I. It also provides the second such occasion by Bangladesh openers. The first such occasion was against Australia at Bridgetown on 05.05.10.  Imrul Kayes and Mohammad Ashraful had failed to score in this game.

The ducks scored by these two batsmen provide the 45th and 46th occasion of Bangladesh batsmen scoring ducks in a T20I. They also provide the 13th and 14th occasion of Bangladesh opening batsmen scoring ducks in a T20I

Sabbir Rahman scored 80 in this game to provide the 23rd occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is. He became the fourth Bangladesh batsman to score 80 plus runs in a T20I. Others are – 88 not out by Tamim Iqbal vs West Indies at Mirpur on 10.12.12, 84 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Pakistan at Pallekele on 25.09.12 and 81 by Nazimuddin vs Pakistan at Dhaka on 02.09.07

Sabbir Rahman’s 80 provides the highest individual score by a Bangladesh batsman against Sri Lanka apart from being the second score of fifty plus runs. The previous best and the first fifty plus runs score was 58 by Anamul Haque at Chittagong on 12.02.14. It also provides the second best score by a Bangladesh number three batsman in T20Is. The best is 84 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Pakistan at Pallekele on 25.09.12.

AD Mathews returned with figure of 3.0-0-8-1 in this game to provide the 43rd occasion of a captain conceding single digit runs in the history of T20I and also provide the sixth such occasion by a Sri Lankan captain in T20Is

AD Mathews conceded single digit runs in this game to provide the third occasion of his doing so in a T20I. He became the fifth captain in the history of T20Is to concede single digit runs on three or more occasions. Others are – CH Gayle of West Indies {03}, P Khadka of Nepal {05}, Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan {03} and DJ Sammy of West Indies {05}.

AD Mathews returned with figure of 3.0-0-8-1 in this game to provide the eight occasion of a captain sharing the new ball conceding single digit runs in the history of T20I and also provide the third such occasion by a Sri Lankan captain in T20Is and all the three occasions credited to AD Mathews.

AD Mathews now owns the record for a captain conceding single digit runs while sharing the new ball. P Khadka of Nepal and Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan are the other two captains who have conceded single digits on two occasions while opening the bowling.

KMDN Kulasekara conceded 44 runs in four overs in this game to provide the 24th occasion of an opening bowler conceding 44 runs in four overs in the history of T20Is. He became the second Sri Lankan opening bowler to concede 44 runs in four overs after I Udana. I Udana had returned with figures of 4.0-0-44-0 against Pakistan at Lord’s on 23.06.09. KMDN Kualsekhara’s figures provide the 39th occasion of a bowler conceding 44 runs in four overs in the history of T20Is and also provide the fifth such occasion by a Sri Lankan bowler in T20Is.

Mashrafe Mortaza was dismissed run out for 2 in this game to provide the 75th occasion of a captain dismissed run out in the history of T20Is and also the fourth such occasion by a Bangladesh captain.

Mushfiqur Rahim and Mashrafe Mortaza were dismissed run out in this game to provide the 42nd and 43rd occasion of a Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out in T20Is. Mushfiqur Rahim was dismissed run out for the sixth occasion and he now shares the record for most run out dismissals amongst Bangladesh batsman with Mahmudullah. Mahmudullah was also dismissed run out on six occasions in T20Is.

Mushfiqur Rahim became the tenth batsman in the history of T20Is to be dismissed run out on six or more occasions. Others are – Samiullah Shenwari of Afghanistan {07}, Umar Akmal of Pakistan {07}, KS Williamson of New Zealand {07}, MS Dhoni of India {06}, Mahmudullah of Bangladesh {06}, Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan {06}, WTS Porterfield of Ireland {06}, LRPL Taylor of New Zealand and DL Vettori of New Zealand {06}.

AD Mathews took two catches in this game which gave him an aggregate of 21 catches in T20Is. He became the second Sri Lankan fieldsman other than wicket keeper to pouch 20 plus catches sfter TM Dilshan. TM Dilshan has pouched 26 catches. AD Mathews became the 27th fieldsman other than wicket keepers to pouch 20 plus catches in the history of T20Is

Bangladesh won its 17th T20I when it won this game by 23 runs. It also provides its first win against Sri Lanka in a T20I. Bangladesh has played 53 matches so far. It has won 17 games, lost 35 games and one game ended in no result, Against Sri Lanka it has played five games, won one game and lost four games.

Bangladesh with its 35 loses became the sixth team to suffer 35 or more losses in the history of T20I games. Others are – New Zealand {39}, Pakistan {39}, Australia {38}, England {38} and Zimbabwe {37}

Fourth match – Asia Cup T20 2016 – India vs Pakistan at Mirpur on Feb 27, 2016 – India won by five wickets

India won the toss and inserted the opposition in this game to provide the 19th occasion of India doing so in T20Is and the second such occasion against Pakistan in a T20I. The first such occasion was also at Dhaka on 21.03.14

India won this game after inserting the opposition in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of India winning a T20I under such circumstances and also provides its second win against Pakistan when it had inserted Pakistan. India had inserted Pakistan at Dhaka on 21.03.14 and won the game by seven wickets.

On Bangladesh soil there are 18 occasions of a team winning a T20I after inserting the opposition and India had won four games. India is the only team to win all the four games on Bangladesh soil when it had inserted the opposition thus maintaining a 100% record. The four occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin BR Toss Bat Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Ind won 7 wkts 9 won 2nd Pak Dhaka 21 Mar 2014
2 Ind won 7 wkts 2 won 2nd Win Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
3 Ind won 8 wkts 9 won 2nd Ban Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
4 Ind won 5 wkts 27 won 2nd Pak Dhaka 27 Feb 2016

Pakistan was dismissed all out for 83 in this game to provide the 57th occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total of less than 100 runs in the history of T20Is. It also provides the fifth such occasion by Pakistan.

Team Score Overs Inns Result Opposition Ground Start Date
Pakistan 89 18.4 1 lost v England Cardiff 07 Sep 2010
Pakistan 95 17.4 2 lost v Sri Lanka Hambantota 01 Jun 2012
Pakistan 74 19.1 2 lost v Australia Dubai (DSC) 10 Sep 2012
Pakistan 82 17.5 2 lost v West Indies Dhaka 01 Apr 2014
Pakistan 83 17.3 1 lost v India Dhaka 27 Feb 2016

Pakistan was dismissed all out for 83 in 17.3 overs to provide the least number of overs faced when it was dismissed for a total less than 100 runs in a T20I. Prior to this it was dismissed for 95 in 17.4 over against Sri Lanka at Hambantoto on 01.06.12

Pakistan was dismissed all out for 83 in this game after it was inserted by the opposition to provide the 13th occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in a T20I and also provides the first such occasion for Pakistan

Shahid Afridi was dismissed run out for 2 in this game to provide the 74th occasion of a captain dismissed run out in the history of T20I. It also provides the third such occasion by a Pakistan captain. The other two occasions are – Younis Khan for 1 vs South Africa at Jo’burg on 02.02.07 and Shahid Afridi for zero Vs England at Bridgetown on 06.05.10. It also provides the 34th occasion of a captain dismissed run out for a single digit {0 to 9] in the history of T20I and the third such occasion for a Pakistan captain.

Shahid Afridi became the seventh captain in the history of T20Is to be dismissed run out for a single digit score on two or more occasions. Others are – DL Vettori {04}, WTS Porterfield {03}, GJ Bailey {02}, SCJ Broad {02}, E Chigumbura {02} and DPMD Jayawardene {02}

JJ Bumrah bowled two maiden overs in his spell to provide the 16th occasion of a bowler bowling two maiden overs in a T20I. JJ Bumrah is the first Indian bowler to accomplish such a feat. He became the eighth pace bowler and also the eighth pace bowler who shared the new ball to bowl two maiden overs in a T20I. He is the first Indian pace bowler to accomplish such a feat.

RG Sharma and AM Rahane were dismissed without scoring in this game to provide the ninth occasion of bath the openers scoring ducks in a T20I. It also provides the first such occasion by Indian batsmen and the second occasion against Pakistan. The first such occasion against Paksitan was New Zealand openers at Christchurch on 31.12.10. J Ryder and MJ Guptill were dismissed for ducks. Apart from openers, batsmen at number three and four {DG Brownlie and LRPL Taylor} were also dismissed for ducks in this game to provide the occasion of first four batsmen scoring ducks in a T20I.

 

Third match – Asia Cup T20 2016 – Bangladesh vs UAE at Mirpur on Feb 26, 2016 – Bangladesh won by 51 runs

UAE was dismissed for 82 in this game to provide the 56th occasion of a team dismissed all out for less than 100 runs in the history of T20 Internationals. It also provides the second occasion of UAE dismissed all out for less than 100 runs in a T20I. The first occasions was its 73 against Netherlands at Dubai ICCA  – 23 days earlier on 03.02.16

UAE’s 82 in this game also provides the lowest total by a team in the ongoing Asia Cup T2o – team being dismissed all out or otherwise. The previous lowest total in a completed innings was 112 by Hong Kong against Afghanistan at Dhaks on 22.02.16. It also provides the third occasion of a team dismissed all out in the ongoing Asia Cup T20. Afghanistan was dismissed for 160 by UAE at Fatullah on 19.02.16. Oman’s 101 for 8 against UAE at Dhaka on 22.02.16 provide the previous lowest total in Asia Cup T20 when a team was not dismissed all out.

Mohammad Mithun and Taskin Ahmed were dismissed run out in this game to provide the 40th and 41st occasion of a Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out in the history of T20Is. Mohammad Mithun’s 47 provides the joint highest individual score by a Bangladesh batsman who was dismissed run out in a T20I. Anamul Haque was the other batsman to be dismissed for an identical score of 47 against Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 15.11.15.

Mohammad Mithun’s run out dismissal provides the tenth occasion of a Bangladesh opening batsman dismissed run out in a T20I. His score of 47 provide the highest individual score when a Bangladesh opening batsman dismissed run out in a T20I. The previous best was Anamul Haque’s 42 against Nepal at Chittagong on 18.03.14

His run out dismissal for 47 in this game provide the ninth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in the ongoing Asia Cup T20. His 47 represent the highest individual score by a batsman when he was dismissed run out. Previous best was Najibullah Zadran’s 21 in the game between Afghanistan vs UAE at Fatullah on 19.02.16. Mohammad Mithun became the second opening batsman to be dismissed run out in Asia Cup T20. Rohan Mustafa of UAE was the first batsman. He was dismissed for 5 against Oman at Dhaka on 22.02.16

Amjad Javed was dismissed hit wicket in this game to provide the seventh occasion of a batsman dismissed hit wicket in the history of T20 Internationals. He became the second batsman from a non-test playing nation to be dismissed hit wicket in a T20I after DO Obuya of Kenya. DO Obuya was dismissed hit wicket for a duck against New Zealand at Durban on 12.09.07

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DO Obuya 0 1 Ken NZl Durban 12 Sep 2007
2 AB de Villiers 0 2 RSA Aus Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
3 GJ Hopkins 36 1 NZl Aus Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
4 Misbah-ul-Haq 0 2 Pak Win Gros Islet 21 Apr 2011
5 LD Chandimal 11 1 Srl Aus Pallekele 06 Aug 2011
6 Mohammad Hafeez 86 1 Pak RSA Centurion 03 Mar 2013
7 Amjad Javed 3 2 UAE Ban Dhaka 26 Feb 2016

Amjad Javed became the second captain to be dismissed hit wicket in the history of T20Is after Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan. Mohammd Hafeez was dismissed hit wicket for 86 against South Africa at Centurion on 03.03.13

Nurul Hasan of Bangladesh and SP Patil of UAE scored ducks in this game to provide the 73rd and 74th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring ducks in T20Is. It also provides the 37th and 38th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball ducks in the history of T20Is. It also provides the fourth and fifth occasion of an UAE batsman scoring a first ball duck in a T20I and the very first occasion of a wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck in a T20I

Nurul Hasan of Bangladesh and SP Patil of UAE scored ducks in this game to provide the very first occasion of rival wicket keeper batsmen scoring ducks in the history of T20Is. This stats gain more importance or credibility when we note that both these wicket keepers collected the first ball ducks to provide the very first occasion of rival wicket keepers scoring ducks in the history of T20I and also provide the very first occasion of rival wicket keepers collecting the first ball ducks in the history of T20Is

Muhammad Kaleem, SP Patil and Fahad Tariq scored ducks in UAE’s innings to provide the 11th. 12th and 13th occasion of a UAE batsman scoring a zero in a T20I. It also provides the second occasion of three or more UAE batsman scoring ducks in an innings in a T20I game. The first such occasion was against Netherlands at ICCA Dubai on 03.02.15 when four UAE batsmen – Shaiman Anwar, SP Patil, Fahad Tariq and Qadeer Ahmed – failed to open their account.

Muhamma Kaleem’s duck in this game provide the third occasion of an UAE opening batsman scoring a duck in a T20I. Other two occasions are – Mohammad Shahzad vs Ireland at Abu Dhabi on 14.02.16 and Rohan Mustafa vs Sri Lanka at Dhaka on 25.02.16

Fahad Tariq of UAE was dismissed stumped without scoring in this game to provide the 32nd occasion of a batsman suffering from such an ignominy in the history of T20Is. It also provides the first occasion of an UAE batsman dismissed stumped without scoring in a T20I

Fahad Tariq and Ahmed Raza of UAE were dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 259th and 260th occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in a T20I. It also provides the first and second occasion of UAE batsmen dismissed stumped in a T20I. It also provides the 32nd occasion of two or more batsmen dismissed stumped  in an innings of a T20I and the first such occasion for UAE.

Asia Cup T20 2016 –  Sri Lanka vs UAE at Mirpur on Feb 25, 2016 – Sri Lanka won by 14 runs

LD Chandimal scored 50 in this game to provide the 61st occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is. It also provides the tenth such occasion by a Sri Lankan wicket keeper batsman. It also provides the 30th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman opening scoring a fifty in T20Is and provides the second such occasion by a Sri Lankan wicket keeper opening batsman. 

LD Chandimal’s 50 in this game provides the 276th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a fifty in the history of T20Is. It also provides the 27th such occasion by a Sri Lankan opening batsman. His 50 in this game provides the 27th occasion of a batsman dismissed for an exact score of 50 in the history of T20Is and provides the second occasion by a Sri Lankan batsman. Prior to this AD Mathews was dismissed for an exact 50 against Pakistan at Dubai {DSC} on 11.12.13.

LD Chandimal became the fifth wicket keeper batsman and also the first Sri Lankan wicket keeper to be dismissed for an exact score of 50 in the history of T20Is

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 NJ O’Brien 50 2 Ire Can Col-SSC 03 Feb 2010
2 Kamran Akmal 50 1 Pak Aus Gros Islet 14 May 2010
3 C Kieswetter 50 1 Eng RSA Birmingham 12 Sep 2012
4 Mushfiqur Rahim 50 2 Ban NZl Dhaka 06 Nov 2013
5 LD Chandimal 50 1 Srl UAE Dhaka 25 Feb 2016

LD Chandimal earned the distinction of becoming the first wicket keeper opening batsman in Asia Cup T20 to score a fifty. He became the second wicket keeper to score a fifty in the Asia Cup T20 after Mohamad Kaleem of UAE. Mohammad Kaleem had scored an exact 50 against Oman at Dhaka on 22.02.16. It also provides the 12th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty in the Asia Cup T20 and sixth such occasion by an opening batsman.

SL Malinga captured 4 for 26 in this game to provide the third occasion of a bowler capturing four wickets in Asia Cup T20.

Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
Mohammad Nabi 4.0 0 17 4 2 Afg HKG Dhaka 22 Feb 2016
Aamir Kaleem 4.0 0 36 4 1 Oman UAE Dhaka 22 Feb 2016
SL Malinga 4.0 0 26 4 2 Srl UAE Dhaka 25 Feb 2016

SL Malinga’s 4 for 26 in this game represent his 12th four plus wicket haul in Twnenty20 games. He now owns the record for most four plus wicket hauls in the history of Twenty20 games. He went past SP Narine who has to his credit 11 such hauls.

No O M R W Match Ground Date
1 4 0 22 4 Mum Ind v Kings XI Punjab Mum-BS 30 Mar 2010
2 3.4 1 13 5 Mum Ind v Delhi Daredevils Delhi 10 Apr 2011
3 4 0 20 4 Mum Ind v Somerset Chennai 08 Oct 2011
4 3 0 11 4 Nondescripts CC v Saracens SC Col-Colts 30 Mar 2012
5 3.4 0 16 4 Mum Ind v Deccan Chargers Mum-WS 29 Apr 2012
6 4 1 21 4 Ruhuna Royals v Uthura Rudras Col-RPS 14 Aug 2012
7 4 0 31 5 Sri Lanka v England Pallekele 01 Oct 2012
8 4 0 32 5 Mum Ind v Chennai Super Kings Johannesburg 20 Oct 2012
9 4 1 07 6 Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers Perth 12 Dec 2012
10 4 0 23 4 Mum Ind v Kolkata Knight Riders Abu Dhabi 16 Apr 2014
11 4 1 23 4 Mum Ind v Sunrisers Mum-WS 25 Apr 2015
12 4 0 26 4 Sri Lanka v United Arab Emirates Mirpur 25 Feb 2016

His 4 for 26 in this game represent his second four wicket haul in a T20I. Prior to this had captured 5 for 31 against England at Pallekele on 01.10.12

SL Malinga’s 4 for 26 provides the 112th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the history of T20Is and also 96th occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in a T20I. It also provides the eleventh occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler accounting for four or more wickets in a T20I and also provides the seventh occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler capturing exact four wickets in a T20I

SL Malinga’s aggregate of wickets in Twenty20 read 299 at the end of this game. He requires one more wicket for his 300 wickets. If he gets it, he would then become the first bowler in the history of Twenty20 games to captured 300 wickets. The following table shows the performance of SL Malinga season and venue wise for his 299 wickets.

Season Venue Balls M E W BB Ave 4wI 5wI
2004-05 Sri Lanka 48 0 56 1 1-22 56.00 0 0
2005-06 Sri Lanka 36 0 27 1 1-11 27.00 0 0
2006 England 18 0 25 0        
2006-07 New Zealand 18 0 15 0        
2007 England 46 0 74 4 3-30 18.50 0 0
2007-08 South Africa 84 0 100 7 3-43 14.28 0 0
2008-09 Sri Lanka 98 1 100 4 2-24 25.00 0 0
2009 England 152 0 181 12 3-17 15.08 0 0
2009 Sri Lanka 72 0 84 4 2-21 21.00 0 0
2009 South Africa 297 2 312 18 3-11 17.33 0 0
2009-10 India 330 0 401 16 4-22 25.06 1 0
2010 USA 39 0 37 4 3-12 9.25 0 0
2010 West Indies 125 0 165 6 3-28 27.50 0 0
2010-11 Australia 24 0 26 1 1-26 26.00 0 0
2010-11 South Africa 96 0 118 6 3-33 19.66 0 0
2011 India 378 2 375 28 5-13 13.39 0 1
2011 England 24 0 15 2 2-15 7.50 0 0
2011-12 UAE 21 0 32 1 1-32 32.00 0 0
2011-12 Sri Lanka 36 0 28 6 4-11 4.66 1 0
2011-12 India 120 0 117 10 4-20 11.70 1 0
2012 India 333 1 350 22 4-16 15.90 1 0
2012 Sri Lanka 174 1 165 9 4-21 18.33 1 0
2012-13 Sri Lanka 171 0 234 9 5-31 26.00 0 1
2012-13 South Africa 71 1 86 8 5-32 10.75 0 1
2012-13 Australia 210 2 184 13 6-07 14.15 0 1
2013 West Indies 42 0 46 3 2-18 15.33 0 0
2013 Sri Lanka 120 0 134 7 2-21 19.14 0 0
2013 India 392 0 468 20 3-39 23.40 0 0
2013-14 Australia 132 0 131 5 2-08 26.20 0 0
2013-14 UAE 48 0 56 4 3-26 14.00 0 0
2013-14 Bangladesh 155 0 164 9 3-20 18.22 0 0
2013-14 Sri Lanka 24 0 33 1 1-33 33.00 0 0
2014 India 118 0 134 8 2-15 16.75 0 0
2014 UAE 117 0 119 8 4-23 14.87 1 0
2014 Sri Lanka 72 0 73 2 1-20 36.50 0 0
2014 England 48 0 48 5 3-28 9.60 0 0
2014-15 India 66 0 89 1 1-28 89.00 0 0
2015 Sri Lanka 48 0 86 2 1-40 43.00 0 0
2015 India 360 3 444 24 4-23 18.50 1 0
2015-16 Sri Lanka 48 0 35 4 2-16 8.75 1 0
2015-16 Bangladesh 24 0 26 4 4-26 6.30 1 0
  Total 4835 13 5393 299 6-07 18.03 8 4

SL Malinga became the fourth bowler to capture four wickets in a T20I against UAE. He also became the first bowler from a test playing nation to capture four wickets in a T20I against UAE.

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Mudassar Bukhari 4.0 2 7 4 2 Net UAE ICCA Dubai 03 Feb 2016
2 SM Sharif 4.0 0 24 4 1 Sco UAE ICCA Dubai 04 Feb 2016
3 SL Malinga 4.0 0 26 4 2 Srl UAE Dhaka 25 Feb 2016
4 Aamir Kaleem 4.0 0 36 4 1 Oman UAE Dhaka 22 Feb 2016

This game was UAE’s 15th T20I. It has won six games and lost nine games. Sri Lanka has played 77 T20Is of which they have won 45 matches, lost 30 matches, one game was tied and one ended in no result.

World record for most four plus wicket hauls in T20 games for SL Malinga

SL Malinga captured 4 for 26 against UAE at Mirpur on 25.02.16 in the ongoing Asia Cup T20 tournament. This four wicket haul represent his 12th four plus wicket haul in Twenty20 games. He now owns the record for most four plus wicket hauls in the history of Twenty20 games. He went past SP Narine who has to his credit 11 such hauls.

No O M R W Match Ground Date
1 4 0 22 4 Mum Ind v Kings XI Punjab Mum-BS 30 Mar 2010
2 3.4 1 13 5 Mum Ind v Delhi Daredevils Delhi 10 Apr 2011
3 4 0 20 4 Mum Ind v Somerset Chennai 08 Oct 2011
4 3 0 11 4 Nondescripts CC v Saracens SC Col-Colts 30 Mar 2012
5 3.4 0 16 4 Mum Ind v Deccan Chargers Mum-WS 29 Apr 2012
6 4 1 21 4 Ruhuna Royals v Uthura Rudras Col-RPS 14 Aug 2012
7 4 0 31 5 Sri Lanka v England Pallekele 01 Oct 2012
8 4 0 32 5 Mum Ind v Chennai Super Kings Johannesburg 20 Oct 2012
9 4 1 07 6 Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers Perth 12 Dec 2012
10 4 0 23 4 Mum Ind v Kolkata Knight Riders Abu Dhabi 16 Apr 2014
11 4 1 23 4 Mum Ind v Sunrisers Mum-WS 25 Apr 2015
12 4 0 26 4 Sri Lanka v United Arab Emirates Mirpur 25 Feb 2016

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