Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne said his side were happy to share the points with Bangladesh but would rather have taken to the field after persistent heavy rain forced their World Cup group phase match to be abandoned without a ball being bowled at Bristol on Tuesday.
Both teams take a point each – Sri Lanka now have four from four games points, while Bangladesh have three points from four matches.
“Sometimes you might think if you share the points, it’s fine, but I think we don’t want to win our points freely. We want to play competitive cricket and win games and gain the points,” Karunaratne said.
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