Watch: Khaled Ahmed’s attempted exit at the non-striking side adds drama to Sri Lanka-Bangladesh rivalry

Khaled Ahmed Run Out At Non Striker's End Attempt

Bangladesh pacer Khaled Ahmed made a bold move by trying to run down the non-striker’s side during the first Test match against Sri Lanka. Khaled Ahmed attempted to dislodge the stumps on the non-striker side during the second innings of the Sri Lankan ball match.

See – Khaled Ahmed’s exit attempt on the opposite side to the striker

Dhananjaya de Silva and Kamindu Mendis forged a substantial partnership to extend the team’s lead in the second innings. The duo added over 100 runs for the seventh wicket, leaving Bangladesh eager to secure a breakthrough and regain momentum in the game.

Khaled Ahmed made a daring attempt to beat Kamindu Mendis in the non-striker’s zone on day three. While there appeared to be a possible exit at the player’s end before the delivery was delivered, the attempt to dislodge the stumps was unsuccessful.

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