SLC Nidahas Trophy 2018
SLC makes a blunder ahead of the tri-series final of the Nidahas Trophy 2018.

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) makes a huge blunder in their arrangements going into the Sunday’s final. India will take on Bangladesh for the final of the Nidahas Trophy at Colombo.

Meanwhile, Nidahas Trophy is a tri-nation T20 tournament including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and India. Further, it marks the 70 years of Sri Lankan independence.

SLC also released a book on former BCCI and CAB President Jagmohan Dalmiya on the occasion of their 70th independence.

India qualified for the final earlier beating Bangladesh in their last group match. Last night, Bangladesh took on the host in a must-win clash for both the teams.

Bangladesh banked on a fiery performance from Mahmudullah to go forward to the finals. The Tigers won the match by two wickets with one ball left in a nail-biting finish.

Sri Lanka Cricket Makes a Huge Blunder Ahead of the Nidahas Trophy Final
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The game witnessed many dramas unfold with Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan calling his team off the field. Further, Bangladeshi team celebrating the win the with their infamous Nagin Dance. They also reportedly broke the doors of the dressing room.

Sri Lanka Cricket makes a blunder:

SLC in their invitee car passes creates a huge blunder. On the passes printed, it is seen Sri Lanka is taking on India in the finals. However, in reality, Bangladesh is facing India on Sunday’s final post their emphatic win.

Meanwhile, it can be assumed SLC printed the passes before the result of the last game. They assumed Sri Lanka would beat Bangladesh convincingly and meet India.

Sri Lanka Cricket Makes a Huge Blunder Ahead of the Nidahas Trophy Final

However, it is a huge mistake on the part of SLC, as they gave away the passes before the teams were confirmed for the finals.

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