Shahid Afridi, Fawad Alam help Pakistan stun Bangladesh to enter Asia Cup final

Updated: 04 March 2014 22:03 IST

Chasing a record 327, Shahid Afridi (59 off 25) and Fawad Alam (74 off 70) stunned Bangladesh by three wickets and a ball to spare to book place in final against Sri Lanka.

Dhaka:

Pakistan beat Bangladesh by three wickets on Tuesday to reach the Asia Cup final.

Bangladesh's highest-ever one-day international score of 326-3 was built around a brilliant 132-ball 100 by opener Anamul Haque before Pakistan chased down the target in 49.5 overs with a fighting 103 by Ahmed Shehzad and a firey 25-ball 59 by Shahid Afridi.

Fawad Alam made 74.

Pakistan will meet Sri Lanka in Saturday's final

Topics : Cricket
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