Thoroughly entertained were the spectators present at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium to witness Tuesday’s second Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) fixture between Khulna Tigers and Comilla Victorians, which produced s whopping 423 runs, but in the end it was the defending champions who had the last laugh as they pulled off a record run-chase in the competition's history to win by seven wickets.
The Bangladesh Premier League is at its business end of proceedings as teams at the bottom half of the table face do-or-die situations in order to make the top four, while teams at the top half look to consolidate their positions eyeing the Qualifiers.
Sylhet Strikers were no match for Rangpur Riders as a severe batting collapse led the league leaders to a heavy defeat in a Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) fixture in Sylhet today.
Sylhet Strikers skipper Mashrafe Mortaza acknowledged the resurgence of former Tigers teammate and Fortune Barishal captain Shakib Al Hasan saying that it wouldn't come as a surprise if the ace all-rounder manages to better his performance after a stellar run ahead of the Sylhet-leg of the Bangladesh Premier League.
Dhaka Dominators successfully defended the third-lowest total in the history of the Bangladesh Premier League to clinch a scintillating 24-run win over Khulna Tigers in the second fixture of Tuesday at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.