Sri Lanka beat Pakistan in a thriller to qualify for Asia Cup final
Sri Lanka beat Pakistan via one run in a last-ball thriller in the 2nd semi-final at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium (SICS) to qualify for the closing of the ACC Women’s Asia Cup. The closing will be performed between India and Sri Lanka on Saturday, 15 October.
Chasing 123 runs to win, the opening pair of Muneeba Ali and Sidra Amin supplied a stable 31-run begin to the innings. The left-handed Muneeba scored 18 off 10 balls, hitting three fours, earlier than getting herself run-out on the first ball of the fourth over. After the departure of Muneeba, captain Bismah Maroof joined Sidra and the pair introduced a 16-run partnership for the 2nd wicket.
Sidra (nine off 20, 1×4) acquired again to the hut whilst enjoying a reverse flick off Inoka Ranaweera on the closing ball of the seventh over with forty seven runs on the board. In the batting powerplay, Pakistan scored forty six for one, and struck six fours. Pakistan have been in a spot of trouble when they misplaced Omaima Sohail (10, 14b) in the eleventh over and scoreboard studying Pakistan sixty five for three.