Mohammad Naim, the opener for Bangladesh, continued to struggle with his batting on Saturday against Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup Super Four. This occurred when he failed to swerve away from a Dasun Shanaka short delivery in the 14th over of the innings, which occurred at the R.Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. At the time, the Tigers were attempting to chase a total of 257.
After the end of the 14th over and the Tigers’ innings, they were two down and 60 runs behind after this dismissal.
Shanaka finally put an end to Naim’s agony by bowling a short delivery that moved away from the batter’s shoulders. Naim had been struggling for his 21 runs, which took him 46 balls to reach. At first, Naim attempted to draw the ball, but then he became confused and failed to offer a shot or guide his bat away from the path of the ball.
As a result, the ball got away from him. The ball eventually took a top edge off the splice of his blade and snuggled into the gloves of the wicketkeeper, suggesting that his hands had become rigid.