Published On: Mon, Jul 3rd, 2017

Zimbabwe beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets

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Zimbabwe batsman Wanindu Hasaranga and Lakshan Sandakan spearheaded by Zimbabwe defeated Zimbabwe by seven wickets in the second one-day international in Galle on Tuesday.

Zimbabwe were all out for 155 in 33 overs. Sri Lanka then lost three wickets for just 158 ​​runs in their second innings and added 119 for the second wicket.

Left-arm spinner Wanindu Hasaranga de Silva became the third Sri Lankan to reach a hat-trick in the ODI cricket series in Mangalla. Earlier, in the first one-day international in which he played, only three wickets have been taken by Tigers Islam in Bangladesh and Kagisho Rabaada in South Africa. 19 year old Hasaranga entered Richmond’s first encounter for the first time in his first encounter at the Galle International Stadium in Galle. He was able to score 3 for 15 in his usual two overs.

Chanaman bowled out Lakshan Sandakan 4 for 52 runs. He was named “Man of the Match”.

Upul Tharanga scored 75 runs off 86 balls with eight fours and Angelo Mathews top-scored with 28 off 35 balls. Niroshan Dickwella was out for 35 after Tharanga and Mathews had put on 81 for the fourth wicket with 11 runs and 5 fours.

Sri Lanka were bowled out for 2 runs in the third over of the third over. Tendai Chtera took the wickets. Dhanushka Gunatileke was the pick of the bowlers with eight fours and Kusal Muralitharan scoring a half-century. Sri Lanka scored 44 runs for the loss of only two wickets at the end of the nine overs.

Niroshan Dickwella and Upul Tharanga chipped in with 67 for the third wicket before Dickwella got off to a crushing unbeaten 88 in Krammar’s over. Dickwella scored 35 runs off 54 balls with four fours. He scored 20 off 20 balls, while Craig Lager failed to protect the catch, giving Grammour the catch.

Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat first after winning the toss. The ODI series reached the 1-1 in a five-match series.

Sri Lanka had made three changes to the game yesterday. Lahiru Madushanka was replaced by fast bowler Dushmantha Chameera, who included spinners Wanindu Hasaranga and Lakshan Sandakan in place of Akila Dananjaya and Amila Aponso. This was Hasarang’s maiden international encounter.

Sri Lanka won the toss and decided to bowl first in the third ball. Hamilton Masakadza hit the ball and Kusal Mendis dropped off the second slip. The bowler was Malinga.

Solomon Moore was the man of the match for 112 in the first One Day International against Sri Lanka. In the fourth over, Nuwan Pradeep’s first ball was bowled by Niroshan Dickwella, who missed the wicket of Maureen in the fourth over. The first wicket fell for 11 runs.

Zimbabwe, the only batsmen to leave Zimbabwe by the end of the 17th over, Hamilton Masakadza (41) and Craig Armv (22 not out) Masakadza was dismissed in the 16th over when he was 67 in the 16th over, with Asela Gunaratne’s catch as a catch. Gunaratne also sent the ball. It was his first bout in the match yesterday. Masakadza (41 off 56 balls) hit eight boundaries and hit eight fours. Masakadza was dismissed for 36 runs. In the 13th over of Lakshan Sandakan, Dhanushka Gunathilake could not get caught in the shot by Masakadza ‘Short Coach’.

Craig Ervine and Lakshan Sandakan were all out for 74 in the 17th over. He scored 22 off 41 balls with two fours.

By the end of the 25th over, two other hatches collapsed. Jayawardene, who was unbeaten on three occasions, was caught by Sikhander Raza for 8 off the bowling of Sandaken bowled by Nuwan Pradeep and Dinesh Gunathilaka was caught behind off Shane Williams for 13. The fourth wicket fell for 91 runs and fifth wicket partnership with 102 runs.

When Zimbabwe lost their fifth wicket, the score was only 155 runs. Sandakan and venindu Hasaranga de Silva shared those wickets.

The left-arm spinner, Ryan Bourla (9), was bowled out for 147 in the thirty-eighth over. Moore’s wicket was scored by the Sandaken in the last ten overs.

Sachin Tendulkar was the only Sri Lankan bowler to score a total of 155 runs in the 36th over of Wanindu Hasaranga’s spin bowler Mangala

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Zimbabwe beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets