Shikhar Dhawan captain and rookie Ishan Kishan reached half a century when India defeated Sri Lanka by seven wickets in a series of one-day international matches postponed by the coronavirus on Sunday.
Pursuing the victory of 263, India relied on Dhawan’s 33rd and a half-century ODI, teammate Prithvi Shaw’s 24ball 43, and Kishan’s 59 offense to reach their goal with only 36.4 points and lead in a three-game series in Colombo. Shaw was named the best player of the game for giving India a good start, and then left-hander Davan maintained a good partnership with Kishan, who turned 23 on Sunday, Manish Pandey, and Suryakumar Yadav, who won Undefeated 31.
Shaw lost his window to Dhananjaya de Silva after being hit by a helmet in the previous pass.
Kishan started his ODI career with 6 strokes, and then three consecutive limits in De Silva’s game. He marked his fifty years old with a hat, and when he saw him fall in front of Lakshan Sandakan. The
Sri Lanka team led by Dasun Shanaka often lost ground after choosing the first serve, but Chamika Karunaratne’s 43 quick shots raised the team to 262 points, 9 out of 50 innings.
Bowler Pace Deepak Chahar, spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav each own two plots of land.
A limited series including three Twenty20 matches were rescheduled. The original July 13 start date was postponed by five days due to the outbreak of Covid19 in the Sri Lanka camp and his coach Grant Flower (Grant Flower) took a positive test to England after his tour.
Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka, which has been banned by three players, including the deputy captain Kusar Mendis and goalkeeper Nile Dikwella violated the team’s biology in England The bubble hurts. After Captain Kusal Perera was excluded from the series.
The second ODI took place in Colombo on Tuesday.