Babar Azam's side need to defeat Sri Lanka to book a place at this year's Asia Cup decider against India, while Sri Lanka only need to avoid defeat to advance
Kuldeep, a left-arm wrist spinner, returned figures of 5-25 to help bowl out Pakistan for 128 while chasing 357 for victory in the rain-hit Super Four clash in Colombo.
"We haven't been batting well for quite some time. It is a matter of concern. We have to fix these problems," said Shakib
But rain in the Sri Lankan capital is expected to play spoilsport again in the match, for which a reserve day has been kept aside.
With talks over adding an extra bowling option surrounding ahead of the match, the team management finally opted for an extra bowling option.
Karunaratne played a brilliant straight drive on the previous ball but Hasan responded with an absolute jaffa. This was back of a length pitching on leg, and then seaming and swinging away to square up the left-hander who could do nothing but look to defend this, and it feathered the edge through to wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim.
The left-arm fast bowler rattled the Indian top-order in their Group A clash last week, taking 4-35 -- including the wickets of star batters Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma
The Tigers take on Sri Lanka in Colombo on Saturday in a must-win match to keep their hopes high of reaching the final, after they lost their Super Four opener to Pakistan
Following a seven-wicket drubbing against Pakistan in their first Asia Cup Super Four encounter in Lahore on Wednesday, Bangladesh will look to keep their Asia Cup destiny in their own hands when they take on Sri Lanka at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo today.