In all, the prize money of the Asia Cup final was 245 thousand dollars. In Bangladesh currency which is more than 2 crore 68 lakh.
After the 19-day field battle, India has proved itself as the best. Rohit Sharma’s team won the Asia Cup by crushing Sri Lanka with Mohammad Siraj’s bowling on fire. Excellence, titles are there, along with prize money. Runners-up Sri Lanka also received prize money.
The total prize money for the two finalists of the Asia Cup was 2 lakh 25 thousand dollars. In Bangladeshi currency which is about 2 crore 47 lakh taka. There was prize money for best of the tournament and best of the match. In total, the prize money of the final was 2 lakh 45 thousand dollars. In Bangladesh currency which is more than 2 crore 68 lakh.
Being the champion, most of the prize money went to India. The team that won the title of the Asia Cup for the eighth time received one and a half million dollars. More than 1 crore 64 lakhs in Bangladeshi currency.
The runner-up Sri Lanka received 75 thousand dollars, in Bangladeshi currency which is more than 82 lakh rupees. India’s Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav, who won the man of the tournament award with 9 wickets, received $15,000. About 16 and a half lakhs in Bangladeshi currency.
Siraj took 6 wickets at the cost of 21 runs in 7 overs bowling on fire. The right-arm pacer, who bowled his career best in ODIs and the fourth best bowler for India, received the man-of-the-match award of $5,000 (about five and a half lakhs in Bangladeshi currency).
Although he did not take this money. He distributed his prize money among the field workers in Pallekele and Colombo. Sri Lankan field workers received more awards. They were awarded 50 thousand dollars by ACC and Sri Lanka Cricket.