Winning 1 out of the first 2 games, Bangladesh was eager to claim 2 crucial points against Sri Lanka in their fourth game of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament. However, the rain had other plans as it spoiled the game which promised to be a thrilling affair fought by two exciting teams.
Skipper Mashrafe Mortaza was frustrated to experience a wash-out but he is ready to move on as there is plenty of cricket still left to be played in the tournament.
Bangladesh is due to face a dangerous West Indies side on June 17 at Taunton and the short boundaries could give a massive advantage to the power-hitting abilities of Caribbean boys.
Reflecting on their upcoming contest, the 35-year-old added that he truly understands the stern challenge awaiting them as Taunton’s short boundaries could aid West Indian batters to flex their muscles. Nevertheless, the Jessore born added that his unit would draw confidence from the tri-series final victory against the same opposition as they look to get back to winning ways in the ongoing cricket gala in England and Wales.