This dismal result ensured that Bangladesh have to play qualifying round to get a chance in the next Women’s T20 World Cup.
Bangladesh national women's cricket team ended theirT20 World Cup campaign with their fourth defeat on a trot.
They lost their fourth and final match of the event against Sri Lanka at Melbourne on Monday.
In Monday's game, Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bat first but tumbled for only 91 runs for eight wickets in 20 overs. In reply, Sri Lanka chased it down scoring 92 in 15.3 overs with nine wickets in hand.
Bangladesh's best performer was Nigar Sultana scoring 39 runs off 45 balls with five fours. The top three batters- Murshida Khatun, Ayesha Rahman and Sanjida Islam- posted 3, 6 and 13 runs respectively.
Shashikala Siriwardene, the off-spinner of Sri Lanka, bagged four wickets conceding 16 runs in four overs while Achini Kulasuriya took two wickets for 19 runs in three overs.
While chasing, Hasini Perera and Chamari Atapattu posted 51 runs in the first wicket stand. Nahida Akter took the only wicket for Bangladesh removing Atapattu for 30 off 22 balls.
In the second wicket, Sri Lanka scored 41 and sealed the game by nine wickets. However, this win did not do much for Sri Lanka as they also went out of the race.
Before winning the last game against Bangladesh, the Sri Lankan women's team lost their first three matches to New Zealand, Australia and India.
Earlier, Bangladesh lost their first three matches to India, Australia and New Zealand.
This dismal result ensured that Bangladesh have to play qualifying round to get a chance in the next Women's T20 World Cup.