The power of Sri Lanka with 4 wickets for 9 runs

Scott Edwards’ 28-run partnership with Max O’Dowd broke Sri Lanka’s breakthrough. Binura Fernando fired Edwards at the team’s 100 races. Tim Pringle runs out on the last ball of the 16th with five points added. In the new over, Wanindu Hasaranga threw the first pitch to Tim von der Garten. The Sri Lankan spinner broke Fred Klaasen’s stumps with the last ball from the same over. The Dutch scored 100 runs for 4 wickets in 109 runs but 8 wickets. Sri Lanka came back into the match with 4 wickets for 9 runs.

Dutch response to Sri Lanka

Chasing a goal of 163 points, the Netherlands lost 2 wickets on the power play. Sri Lanka clinched their third wicket in the seventh. However, the Dutch resisted with the bat of Max O’Dowd and Tom Cooper.

After 10 overs, this pair from the Netherlands, who scored 63 for 3 wickets, was broken by Mahesh Takshana. Cooper scored 16 in the 25-point pair and was knocked down in the 12th.

Earlier in the fourth over, Vikramjit Singh (7) was caught by Dasun Shanaka by Mahesh Takshana. Lahiru Kumara sent off Bas D Lead (14), the best player in the previous game. Colin Ackerman was prevented from opening the Wanindu Hasaranga run-book. The Dutch lost 3 wickets for 47 runs. Then the resistance of O’Dowd and Cooper.

Sri Lanka 162 on the half-century of Kushal

Von der Gagten’s previous full-pitch hit in the middle for four. Kushal Mendis played another aggressive shot. Slog’s sweep hits the top edge and the ball goes high. Logan von Beek then prepares to take the ball deep at half-wicket. The weather was good, he caught it easily. A nice round ended. There are still four balls left. Wanindu Hasaranga, who was not on strike, patted Kushal on the back. As they left the pitch, the fans stood up and cheered from the stands.

After two wickets fell to the seventh with Paul Von Mikkeren’s brace, Sri Lanka scored a battle with Kushal’s bat. The Asian champions took control of the match by scoring 102 runs in the last 10 overs based on his excellent innings. Hitting first against the Netherlands, they collected 6 wickets and 162 runs after betting on the Super Twelve.

Kushal, who scored half a century from 34 balls, left after playing 10 more balls. He scored 79 points in 5 fours and sixes. After 2 wickets dropped for 36 runs, the right-handed batsman gave the biggest partnership of 60 runs with Charith Asalanka (31). Was more aggressive in the dead. On the other side, Vanuka Rajapaksa (19), and captain Dasun Shanaka (8) completed a pair of 34 and 21 runs with him.

Von Mikkeren and Bass de Lied took the maximum two wickets each for the Netherlands.

Sri Lanka turns around in Kushal’s 50s

Sri Lanka’s batting line was in jeopardy after the power play ended with a few hits on the seventh over. Kushal Mendis has ruled out the danger with Charith Asalanka. The Sri Lankan flyhalf made his fifty on his 34th ball with a six in the middle of the wicket before Asalanka left two balls early. He scored 31 from 30 en route to adding 59 runs in the third-wicket partnership. Asalanka was caught by Scott Edwards on lead bass. Sri Lanka collected 109 runs for 3 wickets in 13 overs.

Sri Lanka is in danger as soon as the power play ends

In the first two overs, Pathum Nishanka and Kushal Mendis were unable to play Fred Klassen and Tim Pringle as they played tight. Only 3 and 2 tracks come.

Kushal hits a boundary on the first ball of the third to increase the run rate. The Lankan fly-half hit four more on the next course. Again, both drummers are bottled up. However, Nishanka hit a six in the final over of the power play. 14 points came extra. The Asian champions scored 36 runs without a wicket in the first six overs.

This was followed by a double strike from Paul von Mikkelsen. Bold Nishanka on the Dutch pacer yorker. Dhananjaya De Silva came out at the crease after the best player in the last game went 21 balls for 14 points. The referee responded to LBW’s plea, and Dhananjaya decided not to review after talking to Kushal. He made a mistake by not taking a review, ball tracking showed the leg stump missed the ball. New batsman Charith Asalanka sent the ball through the third man with a single to deny Mikiren a hat-trick.

Sri Lanka at-bat in the fight to reach the Super Twelve

After losing to Namibia in the opener, Sri Lanka kept their hopes of reaching the T20 World Cup Super Twelve alive with a fine victory against the United Arab Emirates. After playing two games, they will move on to the next stage if they beat the Dutch, who won both.

And if the Lankans lose this match, then we must hope for a Namibian defeat against the Emirates.

Keeping this equation in mind, Sri Lanka won the toss and the bat. Dushman Chamira, who played brilliantly against the Emirates, was sent off with an injury. The Lankans have made two changes to the XI. Lahiru Kumara and Binura Fernando replace Chamira and Pramod Madushan.

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