India vs Sri Lanka; Tri Nation Final Scoreboard

Port of Spain (Trinidad), July 12 (IANS) Scoreboard of the Tri Nation series cricket final between India and Sri Lanka at the Queen's Park Oval here Thursday.

Jul 11 2013, 5:42pm CDT | by

India vs Sri Lanka; Tri Nation Final Scoreboard
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Port of Spain (Trinidad), July 12 — Scoreboard of the Tri Nation series cricket final between India and Sri Lanka at the Queen's Park Oval here Thursday.

Sri Lanka:

Upal Tharanga c Dhoni b Kumar 11

Mahela Jayawardene c Ashwin b Kumar 22

Kumar Sangakkara c Vinay Kumar b Ashwin 71

Lahiru Thirimanne c Kumar b I Sharma 46

Angelo Mathews c Vinay Kumar b I Sharma 10

Kusal Perera st Dhoni b Ashwin 2

Dinesh Chandimal c Ashwin b Jadeja 5

Rangana Herath st Dhoni b Jadeja 5

Shaminda Eranga not out 5

Lasith Malinga c Kumar b Jadeja 0

Suranga Lakmal st Dhoni b Jadeja 1 5

Extras (b 4, lb 6, w 13) 23

Total (all out in 48.5 overs) 201

Fall of wickets: 1-27 (Tharanga, 6.6 overs), 2-49 (Jayawardene, 13.1), 3-171 (Thirimanne, 37.5), 4-174 (Sangakkara, 39.1), 5-176 (Perera, 39.5), 6-183 (Chandimal, 42.2), 7-193 (Mathews, 45.2), 8-196 (Herath, 46..1), 9-196 (Malinga, 46.3), 10-201 (Lakmal, 48.5)

Bowling:

Bhuvneshwar Kumar 8-4-24-2

Vinay Kumar 6-1-15-0

Ishant Sharma 8-1-45-2

Virat Kohli 3-0-17-0

Suresh Raina 6-0-25-0

Ravichandran Ashwin 10-0-42-2

Ravindra Jadeja 7.5-1-23-4

India:

Rohit Sharma b Herath 58

Shikhar Dhawan c Sangakkara b Eranga 16

Virat Kohli c Sangakkara b Eranga 2

Dinesh Karthik c Jayawardene b Herath 23

Suresh Raina c Sangakkara b Lakmal 32

Mahendra Singh Dhoni not out 45

Ravindra Jadeja lbw b Herath 5

Ravichandran Ashwin lbw b Herath 0

Bhuvneshwar Kumar lbw b Malinga 0

Vinay Kumar c sub (SMSM Senanayake) b Mathews 5

Ishant Sharma not out 2

Extras (b 2, lb 2, w 11) 15

Total (for nine wickets in 49.4 overs) 203

Fall of wickets: 1-23 (Dhawan, 8.4 overs), 2-27 (Kohli, 10.4), 3-77 (Karthik, 22.6), 4-139 (RG Sharma, 31.1), 5-145 (Raina, 34.1), 6-152 (Jadeja, 37.1), 7-152 (Ashwin, 37.2), 8-167 (Kumar, 41.5), 9-182 (Vinay Kumar, 46.2)

Bowling:

Shaminda Eranga 9.4-2-50-2

Suranga Lakmal 10-1-33-1

Angelo Mathews 10-1-38-1

Lasith Malinga 10-1-58-1

Rangana Herath 10-2-20-4

Match details:

Toss: India chose to field

Umpires: Nigel Llong and Peter Nero

TV umpire: Joel Wilson

Match referee: David Boon

IANS

Source: IANS

 
 
 

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