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[Watch] Bangladesh Skipper Takes 'Worst Review In Cricket History' Vs SL In 2nd Test


A complete Brain-Fade Drama results in Bangladesh's Shocking Review in Sri Lanka Test [x.com]

In a bizarre turn of events during the ongoing 2nd Test between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Chattogram, a brain-fade moment unfolded as Bangladesh took what could be labeled as one of the worst DRS reviews in cricket history.

It all happened on Day 1 when Sri Lanka, having won the toss, opted to bat first. As the match progressed, it was during the second session when Bangladesh made a shocking decision in the 44th over.

Kusal Mendis, the right-hand batter for Sri Lanka, was at the crease, confidently facing the deliveries. However, when a ball from Taijul Islam seemed to hit Mendis' bat, Bangladesh's skipper Najmul Hossain Shanto went for the DRS, hoping for an LBW dismissal.

The drama unfolded as the review process commenced - no-ball check, ultra-edge, and ball-tracking. To the disbelief of everyone, including the commentators, the replay clearly showed the ball striking the bat, not the pad.

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It was a clear case of a poor call for a review, as the ball had hit the middle of Mendis' bat. This wasn't the first time Bangladesh had made such a bewildering decision; similar instances were witnessed in past matches against New Zealand and England.

Despite this moment of cricketing comedy, Sri Lanka continued their innings steadily. At 264/3 after 72 overs, Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Matthews held the crease firmly, steering the team forward.

As the match progresses, one thing is certain - this brain-fade moment will be marked in cricketing history as one of the most unforgettable and worst DRS reviews of all time.