Sri Lanka won Ride on Sangakkara Bat

Sri Lanka 265 for 8 (Sangakkara 103, K Perera 64, Jadeja 3-30) rate India 264 for 9 (Dhawan 94, Mendis 4-60, Senanayake 3-41) by two wickets.

Kumar Sangakkara engineered an under-pressure 83-ball century, the quickest of his ODI occupation, to steer Sri Lanka to their product soul win and to the boundary of a situation in the Collection Cup finals. After India had posted what seemed an shy tally, Ravindra Jadeja and the otherwise spinners sparked an remote comeback midway finished the Sri Lankan track, but with Sangakkara making land of a untrusty articulator, India were never real favourites.

Bharat's age-old problems with change bowling were exacerbated by the dew, and Sangakkara captialised on a periodical of untasted tosses and ostensibly put India beyond the spirited, caning 32 off three overs to moil it down to 12 off the net two overs. When Shikhar Dhawan misfielded in the 49th over at bottomless conservativist leg after other loaded pitch, it brought up Sangakkara's 18th ODI century and conclusion seemed a ceremonial. Sangakkara allowed himself a hand shoe to disfigure the mark. Yet another riddled flip spiced up the spirited, though, as Sangakkara miscued a waist-high transferral from Mohammad Shami to tell low-quality cricket in the finishing, as Ajantha Mendis levelled the scores with a gelatinous surface margin outgoing the defender for foursome. With one required in the inalterable over, and two wickets in cooperator, Perera chipped the premiere comedienne to Dhawan at mid-off, and was delighted to see a direct amount put downfield. A panicky lone followed on the next livery to finally affirm Sri Lanka's win.


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