In an enthralling contest between Bangladesh and Pakistan during the Asia Cup Super Four, Litton Das faced a challenging delivery from Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi. The left-arm pace bowler set up Litton Das brilliantly, having previously beaten the outside edge with a slower delivery.
Afridi then unleashed a short-of-length delivery clocking in at 137 kilometers per hour, which reared up off the deck and slanted away. Litton Das, attempting to fend off the rising delivery, managed only a faint outside edge. This slight nick proved costly as wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan made an easy grab to dismiss Litton Das.
Litton Das had contributed 16 runs off 13 balls to Bangladesh’s total, with four boundaries to his name. However, his dismissal marked a crucial breakthrough for Pakistan, further intensifying the battle between these two talented teams.