Saturday, March 20, 2010

Sri Lanka v West Indies

Sanath Jayasuriya may be axis 40 at the end of the ages but his annihilation of the West Indian attack, which paved the way for Sri Lanka's 15-run achievement at Trent Bridge, was as agitated as any innings played during his heydays. In the absence of Chris Gayle, Jayasuriya ensured that the army had its ample of massive hits, blitzing 81 off alone 47 balls, and his activity of centre date was so complete that Tillakaratne Dilshan's additional half-century of the clash was abundantly overshadowed until afterwards his dismissal.

The West Indian bowlers fabricated amateur errors while bowling to Jayasuriya. They generally gave him too abundant width, acceptance him to chargeless his muscled forearms and barrage the brawl over the off side, instead of airtight him for the allowance he loves. They bowled too abbreviate and too beeline as well, giving Jayasuriya the amplitude to lift the brawl off his pads. Denesh Ramdin, West Indies' captain for the day, was affected to accomplish common bowling changes but none of his bowlers were able to breach Sri Lanka's aperture angle afore it acquired astringent damage. Jayasuriya and Dilshan added 124 for the aboriginal wicket in 12.3 overs, and Dilshan took allegation thereafter to beacon Sri Lanka appear a match-winning total.

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