Watch: Heartbreak For David Warner, Misses Century By One Run vs SL

Watch: Heartbreak For David Warner, Misses Century By One Run vs SL

See: Heartbreak for David Warner, SL vs. One Run Century Memories

Australia’s David Warner was stumped by Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Niroshan Dakuella.

Sri Lanka beat Australia by four runs in the fourth ODI between the two sides on Tuesday to take an unbeaten 3-1 lead in the five-match series. The match at the R. Primadasa Stadium in Colombo presented a neck-and-neck battle as there was hardly anything that could separate the two sides. While it was from Sri Lanka. Fourth AsalankaOf 110 who shed light in the first innings of the game, David Warner In the second, he stole the show with his 99-run innings.

Both players did their best during their innings but Asalanka helped his team win the game, while Warner failed to take his team home.

Chasing a target of 259, Australia started losing wickets intermittently but Warner’s brilliant sink kept them in the hunt until their innings ended disappointingly.

When Warner was batting on 99 off 111 balls. Dhananjaya de Silva Round the wicket came and beat Warner’s outside edge, eventually stumping him out. It was a flight delivery on which Warner wanted to play a drive but failed to attach his bat to the ball and wicket-keeper. نروشن ڈکویلا A good job behind the stumps.

See the wicket here:

Sri Lanka was already leading the series 2-1 and had to win only one of the other two matches. Tuesday’s victory helped the hosts win their first ODI series against Australia at home since 1992.


Speaking of Tuesday’s game, in particular, Dhananjaya de Silva also played a 60-run innings in addition to a century for Asalanka. Matthew Cohenman, Pat Cummins And Mitchell Marsh Taking two wickets, the hosts piled up 258 runs.

In turn, Warner’s knocks, such as de Silva, Chamica Coronarite and others, were in vain From Jeffrey Venders He took two wickets and dismissed the visitors for 254 runs.

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