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.
Tamim Iqbal scored a brilliant 127 while Shakib Al Hasan played a handy knock of 72 as Bangladesh went on to post 324 in their innings and later dismissed Sri Lanka for 234 runs in the chase to win the first One-Day International in Dambulla by 90 runs.
Tamim Iqbal scored a vital 82 as Bangladesh chased down 191 runs in the final innings with four wickets in hand on the fifth day to win the second Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo and level the two-match series 1-1.
Dimuth Karunaratne scored a brilliant century to keep Sri Lanka's hopes alive on the final day as they went on to post 268 for eight, stretching their lead to 139 runs at stumps on day four of the second Test against Bangladesh in Colombo.
Shakib Al Hasan scored a valiant century while Mushfiqur Rahim and Mosaddek Hossain scored fifties as Bangladesh went on to post 467 in their first innings replying to Sri Lanka's total of 338 runs on day three of the second Test in Colombo.
A collective bowling effort from Bangladesh saw them restrict Sri Lanka to 238 for seven at stumps on day one of the second Test in Colombo despite a fighting knock of unbeaten 86 from Dinesh Chandimal.
Rangana Herath led from the front with a six-wicket haul as Sri Lanka dismissed Bangladesh for 197 in the final innings to secure a massive 259 run victory in the first Test in Gale and take an unassailable lead of 1-0 in the series.
Bangladesh opening pair Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal scored an unbeaten 67 run stand after Sri Lanka declared their innings at 274 for six to set a target of 457 runs in the final innings of the first Test in Galle.
Rangana Herath and Dilruwan Perera picked three wickets apiece as Sri Lanka dismissed Bangladesh for 312 runs to secure a 182-run lead in the first innings following which rain spoiled the action for the rest of the day in the first Test in Galle.