Dhaka Dynamites 106 for 2 (Lewis 44*, Afridi 37) beat Sylhet Sixers 101 for 9 (Afridi 4-12, Narine 3-10) by eight wickets
Dhaka Dynamites destroyed Sylhet Sixers in the shortest-ever BPL chase, winning by eight wickets and 73 balls to spare. Shahid Afridi took four wickets and struck five sixes in his 15-ball 37 before Evin Lewis hit five more sixes in their chase of 102.
The previous quickest chase was by Rangpur Riders who won with 12 overs to spare against Khulna Titans last year.
Sylhet, who had previously won three of their first four matches, including one against Dhaka in the tournament opener, crawled to 101 for 9 in 20 overs. A 48-run tenth-wicket stand, the highest in BPL history, carried them towards respectability after they had slumped to 53 for 9 in 13 overs.
Afridi took four wickets, his third four-for this year and eighth overall, while Sunil Narine finished with 3 for 10, which included his 300th T20 wicket, the third bowler to the landmark after Dwayne Bravo and Lasith Malinga.