Sri Lanka endured one more embarrassment on account of Team India in the ODI series. The Men dressed in Blue began the ODI opener with a seven-wicket prevail upon the hosts in Colombo. They acquired certainty from the main success and kept on channelizing their animosity in the second ODI.
In any case, Sri Lankans attempted their greatest best to smother India’s strength. The hosts figured out how to accumulate 275 for the deficiency of 9 wickets in 50 overs. Asalanka was the pick of the batsmen for Sri Lanka as he scored 65 off 68 balls.
Avishka Fernando scored 50 years at the top while Chamika Karunaratne scored an unbeaten 44 off 33 balls to guide the Lankan group to a decent aggregate. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Yuzvendra Chahal took three wickets each.
Deepak Chahar additionally bowled truly well and took 2 wickets to his name. In answer, Team India got off to a drowsy beginning to the game as they lost openers – Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw for modest scores.
The top-request discovered it truly intense to handle with the Lankan bowling assault. Wanindu Hasaranga bowled outstandingly well in his portion of 10 overs where he took 3 wickets. He surrendered just 37 runs at an economy of 3.70.
Suryakumar Yadav gave soundness in the center request by scoring 50 years. In any case, Deepak Chahar (69) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (19) added a game dominating 84-run to represent the eighth wicket and controlled the group past the end goal.
Daniel Alexander posts a picture depicting Sri-Lankan victory but later on deletes it
In the interim, a Sri Lanka cricket fan’s checked record by the name of “Daniel Alexander” has been doing the rounds via online media of late. He frequently tweets against Team India on his Twitter handle. Fans regularly broil him for his one-sided sentiments.
At the point when Sri Lanka was in a triumphant situation in the second ODI against India, he posted a tweet: “Sri Lanka > India”. In any case, Indian players refuted him by delivering a hair-raising and paramount triumph. Before long India dominated the match and the series by 2-0, the Twitter client lamented his error and removed his tweet.