Thakur, Pandey fuel India's revenge against Sri Lanka

Thakur, Pandey fuel India's revenge against Sri Lanka

Thakur, Pandey fuel India's revenge against Sri Lanka

Speaking to reporters after the match, the youngster said that he has to take responsibility in the absence of other senior players.

After 7 overs: India lost another wicket of Suresh Raina, scored 63 runs.

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In a match reduced to 19 overs per side due to rain, India won the toss and elected to field. He didn't bag a third wicket in the day but remained the only bowler to have caused the Indian batsmen any sort of trouble.

If Chandimal is captain and Sri Lanka commit another over-rate offence in the next 12 months, Chandimal will receive two to eight suspension points since it will be his second offence.

He snared but Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan (8) in his first two overs but Suresh Raina (27) with two boundaries and a six helped India to 50 for two in the powerplay.

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I think the first goal was always going to be crucial today, whoever got it, the former Everton chief remarked. Their success and that of their respective teams could be determined by the form of the players around them.

By the time he was dismissed, India were left needing around seven an over off the last nine, and Pandey and Karthik had little difficulty in securing that.

However, Pandey and Karthik with a match-winning partnership ensured the visitors get close to the qualification.

"We can't relax at all because all three teams are still alive in the tournament". Washington Sundar also scalped two wickets. But he came on and picked the wicket to stem the run flow. The batting did well initially, but our middle-order failed. "A total of 175-180 would be competitive and could have been defended as well", Perera pointed out. Sri Lanka began well after being asked to bat with Kusal Mendis leading from the front, scoring a fine 38-ball 55. Sri Lanka and Bangladesh engaged in a thrilling tussle on Saturday and it was Bangladesh who emerged victorious by chasing down 215, which incidentally, was the 4th highest run chase in T20Is.

The big blow to Sri Lanka came when Kusal departed next, gifting an easy catch to Rohit off Chahal's bowling.

Rohit Sharma (11) started the chase positively with a six and a four in the first over but the introduction of Akila Dananjaya (2-19) changed the complexion of the game.

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