Before the start of the tournament in the Road Safety World Series, Brian Lara expressed his desire to take the wicket of Khaled Mahmud Sujan of Bangladesh. He also returned to Bangladesh XI after two matches. Although he is a medium pacer, he has done offspin in this match. However, the results were not good. Sujan was wicketless with 30 runs in 3 overs.

Bangladesh Legends lost to West Indies Legends by 5 wickets in a match on Friday (March 12) at the Shaheed Bir Narayan Singh International Stadium in Raipur, India. Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat first and scored 169 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. Lara’s team went to the top of the run with the ball in hand. Rafiq and Sujan had to pay the price for losing the match by missing several catches. On the other hand, at the age of 51, Brian Lara (31 not out) left the field after winning the match by batting brilliantly. Kirk Edwards has scored the highest 46 runs for the Caribbean. Besides, 34 runs came from wicketkeeper-batsman Ridley Jacobs’ bat.

By the way, Bangladesh Legends have played 4 matches in the tournament so far. Did not see the face of victory in any match. Rafiq-Razzak will face South African Legends in their last match on Monday (March 15).

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