A blistering unbeaten 30-ball knock of 64 from uncapped Fahim Ashraf and a 15-ball 27 from Hasan Ali proved vital as they shared 93 runs off just 41 deliveries for the ninth wicket to help Pakistan seal a thrilling two wicket win in a chase of 342 against Bangladesh in the ICC Champions Trophy warm-up game in Birmingham.
Tamim Iqbal and Sabbir Rahman scored 65 runs apiece while Mushfiqur Rahim played a responsible unbeaten knock of 45 runs as Bangladesh chased down 271 runs against New Zealand in 48.2 overs with five wickets in hand in the final game of the tri-series in Dublin.
Mustafizur Rahman picked a four-wicket haul while Soumya Sarkar played an unbeaten 87 run knock as Bangladesh chased down 182 runs against Ireland successfully with eight wickets in hand in the fourth match of the tri-series in Dublin.
James Neesham scored a fifty and picked two wickets while Hamish Bennett made a strong comeback with a three-wicket haul as New Zealand managed to chase down 258 against Bangladesh in the 48th over to seal a four-wicket win in the third match of the tri-series in Dublin.
Sabbir Rahman smashed a century while Tamim Iqbal scored 86 runs as Bangladesh posted 394 for seven in their innings and later dismissed Ireland A for just 195 runs to secure a massive 199-run victory in the warm-up game in Belfast.
Kusal Perera scored a blistering 77 as Sri Lanka chased down 156 against Bangladesh to win the first Twenty20 International in Colombo by six wickets and take an unassailable lead of 1-0 in the series.
Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has been handed a ban of one One-Day International following his team's poor over-rate in the recently concluded third One-Day International against Sri Lanka in Colombo.
Kusal Mendis scored a scintillating century to take Sri Lanka to 311 runs before heavy rains lashed out in Dambulla, not allowing any further action, thereby ending the second One-Day International against Bangladesh without a result.