Charith Asalanka, Spinners Help Sri Lanka Clinch Historic ODI Series Against Australia

Charith Asalanka, Spinners Help Sri Lanka Clinch Historic ODI Series Against Australia

Fourth AsalankaSri Lanka won the thrilling four-run series against Australia on Tuesday thanks to their first one-day international century and impressive spin attack. Left-hander Aslanka scored 110 to help Sri Lanka reach 258, which was enough to give the hosts an unbeaten 3-1 lead in the five-match series in Colombo. Opener David WarnerK99 runs were in vain as Australia piled up 254 runs.

Spinners Dhananjaya de Silva, From Jeffrey Venders And fast bowler Chamika Cronartney, the only regular seamer in the team, took two wickets.

Pat CumminsLate cameo of 35 and 15 off 12 balls by number 10 Matthew CohenmanHe hit three fours as Australia needed 19 runs in the 50th over to draw Sri Lanka.

Earlier, Asalanka saved Sri Lanka from a 34-3 draw when he scored 101 runs with Dhananjaya de Silva, who scored 60 runs. Their feet to praise the knock.

Vanindu will laugh He made 34 for the eighth wicket with Aslanka and played a useful cameo of 21 not out.

Aslanka eventually fell to Cummins and Australia soon wrapped up the innings with two runs in 49 overs.

In response, Australia lost the captaincy. Aaron Finch LBWing the opener has nothing to do with Cronartney.

Warner kept cool and scored 63 runs Mitchell Marsh Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation. Dunith WellalageLeft spin

Australia lost. Marin Leibushgan And wicket-keeper-batsmen Alex Carey He then started but fell on the Sri Lankan spinners.

In general, the attacking Warner captured the fort to thwart the attack of the opponents. Travis Head Company and both together scored 58 runs for the fifth wicket.

De Silva bowled the left-arm head for 27 runs. Mahesh Thakshna. Found Glenn Maxwell After the onfield umpire’s appeal was rejected, LBW became one with a successful review.

But the big moment came when left-arm Warner de Silva lost his ton after being stumped as the home team celebrated a key wicket.

Cameron Green And Cummins tried to keep the chase going in the 31-run stand but Wandersey bowled Green.


Cummins left in the 49th over, but Cohenman fought to the end before being bowled out on the last ball.

The final match will be played on Friday at the same venue.

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