Cardiff: Part of the Champions Trophy Group-B on Monday, Pakistan bowlers in the match against Sri Lanka. Amin in the 49th over, the Lankans bowled out for 236 runs in bowling. As fast bowlers and medium pacers batted, the Lankans were spoiling the entire overs.
Zaheed Khan and Hasan Ali scored three wickets while Mohammad Amir and Faheem Ashraf took two wickets.
Junaid Khan was particularly impressed by Pakistani bowlers. Junaid, who bowled for 10 overs, took three wickets for 40 runs. There are three maiden overs in the oversized overs.
This is the first time that a Pakistani bowler has finished three or more muds in the ODI match four years later. In the one-day match against the West Indies in 2013, Afridi was put in three maddins. Subsequently, Junaid joined opposite Afridi.
In the final match, the Lankans bowled to the batting first toss in the final match, losing the wicket at the crease. At that time, Dick Wellla played the most carefully and led the score. Kulath Mendis was brought into an innings with an innings. However, Mendis (27) was dismissed by the team score of 82, and soon joined the pavilion as Chandumal Duckout. All three were wicket-keeper losing three wickets for 83 runs.
Dick Wellla (73; 86 fours, four fours) had a half-century to score a half-century. He was consistently lenient with Mendis (27) and Matthews (39). But the team lost the wickets in a row when the team reached the pavilion as Matthews’ fourth wicket at 161 runs. With four wickets in the sixth over, it was not easy for Sri Lanka to reach the target of 237 in the end, with Gulat Ratan (27) and Lakmal (26)