SRI LANKA TURS OF AFRICA DE, 2019
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David Miller was a star in South Africa's wine overboard. © AFP
The one-way traffic in a white cricket in the Sri Lanka expedition to South Africa went out to the T20s by the guests taking a 1-0 lead in the three-game series after victory in Newlands, Cape Town on Tuesday. (19 March). But only after the visitors had made the game to Super Over, it showed plenty of fighting despite only 134 taking the board.
Provided five for the final of the final, JP Duminy took one off from Isuru Udana, and saw Dale Steyn playing two or three pounds before taking one. With three people waiting for two awards, they finished in Duminy as they tried to get back on strike. Imran Tahir led one-to-one scores, with Niroshan Dickwella blaming him for missing out and having the opportunity to play. South Africa went on to post 14 in the Super Over – David Miller who managed six and four of Lasith Malinga. Imran Tahir then came up with a beautiful weighted exhibition including just five to help South Africa's prison sentence.
The raid started by Sri Lankan's archers checking all the openings from South Africa while they played, hindered borders with tight bowls. The pressure caused the wickets of Reeza Hendricks to run out while the Quinton name of Kock was cropping back. Faf du Plessis, who survived without a chance of access, tried to take the opportunity with a comfortable approach until his aim was to roll over Jeffrey Vandersay over his cover when t the captain returned for 23-member 21.
It was only when Mac a 'Mhurain came up that there was something of mind in South Africa that he was necessary to control boundaries to bring the necessary figure down. The expected exponent of South Africa occurred in the 15th day when Miller was tired of fixing, hitting three times away from Udana before becoming more suitable for covering a fence, to help himself. 20 runs. Rassie van der Dussen was pleased to be playing the second fiddle in a fifty century venue for the fourth trophy, and importantly he didn't throw away the first one he sent t In the context of Sri Lanka's efforts to win any partnerships although a promising start was made.
Van der Dussen was waiting until he had finished his 27th leg, which was a sheaf sweep for six of Dananjaya, and then room for four that brought the balance down to 18 down. Van der Dussen, though he was he could wait to finish the border, put off with a speed change of Lasith Malinga, while Miller was trying to make a quick stop to boost Sri Lanka's hope. The case was dismissed by JP Duminy and Andile Phehlukwayo from Dhananjaya de Silva by losing weight but South Africa lost a pair of wickets as Sri Lanka had to stretch to the final and thence t Super Over.
Earlier, Sri Lanka had been called to a halt to bring him back to poor blow with Noshan Dickwella and Kusal Mendis. While Dickwella took over after wide ranging delivery from Dale Ranyn's keeper Miller Steyn, Kuse Mendis, half-hearted, knocking Kagiso Rabada across the roof to capture in the middle, took the two men recording ducks. Meanwhile, the first Avishka Fernando started in a hopeful manner, clearing the last minute fence and Kamindu Mendis going through the clean strikes. Their 35-run partnership promised that they had Sri Lanka, just for wickets to prevent their progress.
Hendricks balances working near the fence, throwing the ball up in the sky as he put it over the fence before he returned in time to grip the ball, he sent Fernando. back to Lutho Sipamla's first trousers. Angelo Perera company Kamindu Mendis took to stand high in a 31-minute series before Sri Lanka lost both consecutively.
Thisara Perera was responsible for scaling the back of the text, but the man with a hand could not get rid of it and had never been removed by Phehlukwayo for a 21-year member. 19. back Dhananjaya to pick a third three-legged hole on T20Is. However, he conceded two lines of his last two limbs, and Rabada gave 13 support in his long-term as Isuru Udana and Dananjaya gave some useful trips to help Sri Lanka complete with 130-plus.