Bangladesh sweeps Youth ODI Series 4-0

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Towhid Hridoy continued his batting prowess with his third century in the series as Bangladesh Under-19 recorded a comfortable 50-run win against Sri Lanka Under-19 in the fifth Youth ODI played at Chattogram yesterday (19).

Bangladesh Under-19 also made a 4-0 clean sweep after the first match was washed out due to bad weather.

Towhid cracked a quick-fire 102-ball 111 that included three boundaries and five sixes following his earlier contributions of 123 n.o, and 115 and was involved in three match-winning partnerships.

He was involved in a 69-run stand for the third-wicket with Prantik Nabil which was followed by a 100-run stand for the fourth-wicket with Parvez Hossain.

He also added a brief 47 runs for the seventh-wicket with Avishek Das which helped Bangladesh Under-19 to reach a formidable 283 for seven.

Sri Lanka Under-19 in their run chase suffered an early setback losing two quick wickets with just seven runs on the board.

However, Mohamed Shamaz and Ravindu Rashantha rescued the team with an 87-run stand for the third-wicket.

Ravindu who made a top score of 84, added 51 runs for the fourth-wicket with Skipper Nipun Dhananjaya.

But thereafter, Sri Lanka Under-19 lost wickets at regular intervals before they were eventually bowled out for 233 runs.

Bangladesh U-19: 283/7 in 50 overs (Towhid Hridoy 111, Prantik Nabil 65, Parvez Hossain 38, Sajid Hossain 21, Avishek Das 24 n.o, Rohan Sanjaya 2/57)

Sri Lanka U-19: 233 in 44.4 overs (Ravindu Rashantha 84, Mohamed Shamaz 40, Avishka Tharindu 30, Rohan Sanjaya 27, Nipun Dhananjaya 21: Shahin Alom 2/46, Hasan Morad 2/47). (MSA) 

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