پتھم نسانکا Sri Lanka beat Australia 2-1 in the third one-day international on Sunday to score a magnificent first ODI century. Set a difficult 292 to win one after another. Travis Head At 70, the hosts comfortably dropped nine balls to clinch their second consecutive victory in a five-match series. Glenn Maxwell Bold نروشن ڈکویلا For 25 but helped by Aws, Nisanka and Kosal Mendes Injury ends Australian ground attack Josh Hazelwood, Richardson And Matthew Cohenman.
Mendis retired injured and scored 87 runs off 85 balls to replace him Dhananjaya de Silva He scored 25 runs, but Nissanka held on till almost the end, was caught by Richardson for 137 off 147 balls.
“In the dressing room we talked about tempo and awareness and they delivered,” Shanaka said. “This is the best chance for this team to win the series.”
Nasanka, 24, said the heat and humidity was a challenge for both teams. But we handled it to our advantage.
The Australian captain said “the wicket seemed to be getting a little better, it didn’t stop at the surface. But all the credit goes to Sri Lanka for chasing a great run.” Aaron Finch Said.
“It was quite clinical, especially Nissanka. It was a great innings. And Kosal (Mendes), we know what kind of player he is,” Finch said.
Earlier, after winning the toss and deciding to bat first, Australia dared to spin 291-6 in their 50 overs.
Head and Alex Carey De Silva added 72 before Carrie got caught in the leg. Maxwell scored 33 off 18 balls but became the third skipper of Wanderers, spinner was wrong. Dunith Wellalage Return from midwicket
But Head remained steadfast, reaching his half-century and punishing Villa in the last over with three sixes and scoring 70 not out off 65 balls.
Wanderers took 3 wickets for a score of 49.
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