Both teams have booked their spots for Sunday’s clash at the warm-up tournament for the Twenty20 World Cup taking place October-November.
Hasaranga was back at 3-21 with his swing to help get past Pakistan at 121 in 19.1 laps after they were picked out for the first time in Dubai.
Sri Lanka slipped to 29-3 in their chase earlier Pathum Nissanka (55 not out) and Bhanuka Rajapaksa (24) came in at a critical 51 as the island nation hit their target with three redundancies.
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Left-handed Rajapaksa fell after a 19-ball butt, but Nissanka stood firm and Hasaranga hit the winning shots as Sri Lanka scored its fourth straight win.
It was the Sri Lankan bowlers who started the team’s dominance when fast pitcher Pramod Madushan made his debut in the first game.
He sent the in-form Mohammad Rizwan, who is second to Virat Kohli in the league’s scoreboard, back to the booth in 14th place.
Chamika Karunaratne ended Fakhar Zaman’s stay in 13th place and Pakistan slipped longer when Hasaranga played Azam.
Babar, who had struggled in the tournament with 10, 9, 14 and futile in his previous innings, started with an enjoyable four-hit streak but was unable to produce a game-defining score. fight.
Pakistan repeatedly lost batting and Hasaranga ended his spell with two consecutive hits to level Pakistan’s batting, the team only survived 19.1 rounds despite Mohammad Nawaz showing up. later than 26.
Spinner Maheesh Theekshana and Madushan each took two wicks.
Pakistan’s fast pitchers also picked up three early headers to put Sri Lanka on foot before left-handed Nissanka and Rajapaksa put the chase back on track.
Mohammad Hasnain gave the first team a dream start when he took Kusal Mendis out for a duck on the first ball on the second ball of the period.
Quick teammate Haris Rauf got a wicket each of his first two appearances to send back Danushka Gunathilaka, in vain, and Dhananjaya de Silva, with nine.
Nissanka then went with Rajapaksa and despite losing his partner after a solid stand lifted his seventh fifty-seventh T20 to Sri Lanka.
He was then joined by captain Dasun Shanaka, who turned 31 on Friday and hit 21 shots with 16 balls before heading out against Hasnain.
Pre-tournament favorites India, who have lost two of their three Super Four games, fell apart after Afghanistan lost to Pakistan on Wednesday.