Sri Lankan spinner Vanindu will laugh Take four wickets in Colombo on Wednesday but prevent Australia from taking an unbeaten 2-0 lead in the three-match Twenty20 series. Hasranga scored 4-33 in his four overs after the Sri Lankan batsmen failed to fire again. In the second T20, after the visitors won the toss and elected to field, the hosts were able to score only 124-9. This was his second normal batting performance in the series after being dismissed for 128 on Tuesday. Australia then scored 126-7 for the loss of three wickets in 17.5 overs.
But Finch and the all-rounder Mitchell Marsh Hasranga’s spin fell within 20 runs of each other.
The Australian batsmen struggled against some hard lines from Hasranga and. Dashmantha ChamiraHe took one wicket for 31 runs in his four overs.
The visitors lost wickets in the middle to keep the hosts interested.
“It was going a bit, and we know Sri Lanka is a tough team to face at home,” Wade said after his Player of the Match performance.
He added: “All we knew was that we needed to go through their two main spinners and score runs. It definitely helped that the boys had to land on a flyer in the beginning, so run rate There was really no problem. “
Earlier, Maxwell started bowling for Australia with his off-spin and led a tough Australian bowling performance with 2-18 in his three overs.
Maxwell was well supported by fast bowler Jie Richardson, who finished his four overs 26-3, and Ken RichardsonHe took four wickets and gave only 30 runs in his spell.
The visitors kept it داسن شاناکاLeading team with probing lines, fast fielding and timely wickets.
Asalanka scored 39 off 33 balls with the help of two fours and two sixes.
The hosts’ innings never started and the team could only reach 63-2 after the first 10 overs and lost a lot of wickets in the second half of their innings.
Bhanuka Raja Pakse (13), Shanaka (14) and Venando Hasaranga (12) once again showed weakness in the inexperienced middle order of Sri Lanka.
Josh HazelwoodThose who were top for their team in the first match, they bowled four wickets for 16 runs in 16 overs.
“We were there, but unfortunately we could not take advantage of the bat,” said Sanaka.
“Different days, different reasons [for the batting failures]”The top order fell quickly today,” he added.
Finch said his bowling unit “did a great job of limiting the hosts to the wicket” which probably went bad with the game.
“Matthew Wade also showed us his experience. We were a little nervous, but that could happen when the crowd joins,” Finch added.
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