The two teams had earlier played out a 1-1 draw in the two-match four-day series
Bangladesh U-19 cricket team suffered a 2-1 series defeat in the youth ODI series against Sri Lanka after a 19-run loss (Duckworth/Lewis method) in the fifth and final match in Katunayake Friday.
Asked to bat first, the home side posted 205 losing seven wickets in their stipulated 50 overs, opener Kamal Mishra top-scoring with 83 off 135 balls, featuring a couple of fours.
Bangladesh’s Sajid Hossain bagged two wickets.
Under 19 Bangladesh tour of Sri Lanka - 4th Youth ODI— Sri Lanka Cricket (@OfficialSLC) November 6, 2018
Bangladesh U19s 155/6 (22) Tawhid Hridoy 59*, Tanzid Hasan 25, Rohan Sanjaya 3/29, Raveen de Silva 2/14 vs
Sri Lanka U19s 34/5 (8.5) Sonal Dinusha 9, Tawhid Hridoy 3/08, Shamim Hossain 2/19 (22 over match) #SLU19 pic.twitter.com/KaqHnLV2Oe
In reply, the visiting side registered 80 for the loss of four wickets in 21 overs before rain intervened.
The junior Tigers were 19 runs behind at this stage, in accordance with the D/L method.
The two teams had earlier played out a 1-1 draw in the two-match four-day series.
5TH YOUTH ODI
Bangladesh U-19 80/4 in 21 overs (Joy 21, Emon 16) lost to Sri Lanka U-19 205/7 (Mishra 83, Sajid 2/39) by 19 runs (D/L method)