Bangladesh cricketer Mushfiqur Rahim suffers hairline fracture on left index finger ahead of Zimbabwe series
In a major blow to Bangladesh, wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has fractured his index finger ahead of the Zimbabwe series.
Mushfiqur Rahim and Kathryn Bryce were adjudged the ICC Players of the Month for May in the men's and women's categories respectively.
Local media quoted Bangladesh Cricket Board officials saying Mushfiqur was tired of biosecurity measures brought in because of Covid-19.
Sri Lanka was set a revised target of 245 in 40 overs, meaning it needed 119 runs from the final two overs.
Mominul reached his 11th test century in the morning session and was out, too, before tea in the only other wicket to fall all day.
Shakib hit a patient 51, his first half century since returning to cricket following a suspension imposed by the International Cricket Council for his failure to report corrupt approaches.
Mushfiqur, who captains Beximco Dhaka, had angrily made a threatening gesture towards teammate Nasum Ahmed on Monday after both cricketers chased the ball for a catch.