Sri Lanka beat Australia in the third and final T20 International after the captaincy. داسن شاناکا He scored an unbeaten half-century to take his team home in the nail-biting finish on Saturday. The hosts were chasing a 177-run target to end the series on a high after losing badly to the visitors in the first two matches. Shanaka scored an unbeaten 54 off 25 balls with five fours and four sixes to seal the victory for four wickets. Shanaka and Telander Chamika Krunartne shared a 69-run stand for the seventh wicket as they struggled for 108 for six in the 15th over.
19 runs were required in the last over thrown by Hazelwood, the captain hit two fours and a powerful six to equalize the score with one ball remaining.
Hazelwood then went wide and won the home side.
Earlier, Gunathilaka scored 15 off 12 balls Fourth Asalanka Joined Nissanka.
Warner and Finch enjoyed a 43-run opening stand.
Finch scored 29 off 20 balls before the spinner Mahesh Thakshna. The Australian captain removed his off stump as he tried to sweep the slog.
On the next ball, all-rounder Glenn Maxwell started the innings with a powerful six.
Maxwell hit another six to Hasranga in the seventh over but fell to 16 off nine balls after trying to hit a spinner on a long on boundary in the ninth over where Ganathilaka caught.
After reconsidering the hosts’ not out decision, Thekshna scored 39 off 33 balls in the next over to take Warner to the wicket before the leg.
The Stones then hit three fours and a six in their 23-ball 38-run innings before being stumped by Mendes. Parveen J. Vikrama..
Smith remained unbeaten on 37 off 27 balls with the help of two fours and two sixes. Matthew Wade Partnership 13.
Sri Lankan speedster Dashmantha Chamira He was the most expensive bowler to score 46 runs in his four overs.
Thakshna took two for 25 while Hasranga and Jay Vikrama took one wicket each.
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