After winning the ODI series for the first time against Sri Lanka, Bangladesh's goal is now whitewash

After winning the ODI series for the first time against Sri Lanka, Bangladesh's goal is now whitewash

The Tigers will face the Lankans on Friday with a big achievement. The third ODI will be played at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur at 1pm (local time).

Will Tamim be able to whitewash Sri Lanka in a series for the first time? Even if the subject sounds too big, it is not impossible. Bangladesh is a very confident team after winning two matches in a row. Although Captain Tamim Iqbal still says, they have not won the perfect match yet. Even if he catches that perfect in the last match, the Lankans will be ashamed of the whitewash, it is assumed.

But Sri Lanka is desperate to turn around. How successful they will be will be understood on the day of the match.

Mahmudullah said, "In the third match, we have to play more perfectly in each division." Only then will it be possible to whitewash the Sri Lankans. I think we haven't played our best yet. We have talked among ourselves about the matter.

Bangladesh's goal is to whitewash the Lankans in the third match. And Sri Lanka's goal is to avoid the shame of whitewash. Former Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya called the series loss to Bangladesh a shame. He reminded the Sri Lankan cricketers to fight in the last match. Because their dignity is at stake.

Former Sri Lankan cricketers and supporters are bowing their heads at the disappointing performance of Sri Lanka against Bangladesh in the current ODI series. Former captain Sanath Jayasuriya called on Sri Lanka to regain some of their lost honors after winning the last match of the tournament.