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Live Cricket Score – South Africa vs Sri Lanka, 3rd T20I


Live Cricket Score – South Africa vs Sri Lanka, 3rd T20I


Victory: South Africa wins with the aid of forty-five runs (D/L method). Sri Lanka loses their remaining four wickets in only nine balls as South Africa whole the formalities and clinches a comfortable victory. WICKET: Udana’s cameo ends. He turned into Sri Lanka’s last real desire, but he holes out too long-off against Phehlukwayo after a 23-ball 36. Covers coming off Sri Lanka will want 183 from 17 overs. That’s the revised target. They need another 72 runs from 35 balls. Play starting soon.

Rain stops play Sri Lanka are on 111/6 after 11.1 overs, but the rain has stopped play. Isuru Udana continues his massive hitting from the previous sport using carting Sipamla for three sixes in an over before this smash.
WICKET: Perera is run out. He wanders off from the non-striker’s quit for a single that did not exist. Hendricks throws down the stumps from midwicket to seize Perera’s brief. WICKET: Dala gets one extra Angelo Perera is going swinging. He skies a lofted shot and Miller completes a super trap running to his left at long-off. Sri Lanka is going down speedy. WICKET: Dala gets one, too Kamindu Mendis is too early into a flick shot.


The wicket does appear a little -paced, and this one pops up to mid-wicket. Soft dismissal and Sri Lanka are crumbling. WICKET: Two for Phehlukwayo. He traps Avishka Fernando LBW, too, with a straight one. No overview by the proper-hander. Sri Lanka slips also. WICKET: Dickwella’s cameo ends Phehlukwayo cramps Dickwella for room and gets him gloving to the wicketkeeper. End of a 22-ball 38 from the opener. WICKET: Pretorius receives Dhananjaya Sri Lanka were adventurous inside the powerplay, especially Dickwella.

His companion, although remained watchful and ultimately falls for 8 to Pretorius, being trapped in the front. Innings destroy: South Africa ends with 198 Duminy, and Pretorius add an unbeaten 71-run stand off simply 30 balls to offer the innings a super finishing touch. It turned into surely an innings of two halves, for the first half of South Africa had been circumspect but now not bogged down and were given 70. The last ten overs saw them transfer gears easily, adding 128 to complete with a potentially matchwinning general.

50: Pretorius keeps the charge Pretorius hits three consecutive obstacles off Lakmal and goes on to get a quickfire fifty, off merely 28 balls. WICKET: Vandersay gets Hendricks The spinner has the remaining snigger. A faster googly skids thru Hendricks’ swipe and clatters onto the stumps. End of a beneficial sixty-six from South Africa’s opener and a ninety-run stand with Dwayne Pretorius. Fifty for Hendricks He’s taken a liking for Vandersay’s, thanking him for multiple sixes. After a surprisingly watchful start, Reeza Hendricks has just switched gears to race away to a fifty, his 2nd on the trot. South Africa is well placed. WICKET:

Markram falls for 15 South Africa hadn’t achieved plenty within the powerplay, and Markram tries to force the issue within the final one by way of Lakmal. He was given away with one mistimed loft in the over; however, skies an easy capture to mid-on quickly after. South Africa off to a steady begin The openers have no longer tried to head after the bowling, who have in flip tried loads of slower ones in this pitch. Teams: Sri Lanka (Playing XI): Niroshan Dickwella(w), Avishka Fernando, Kathmandu Mendis, Angelo Perera.

Thisara Perera, Dhananjaya de Silva, Isuru Udana, Akila Dananjaya, Lasith Malinga(c), Jeffrey Vandersay, Suranga Lakmal South Africa (Playing XI): Aiden Markram, Reeza Hendricks, Jean-Paul Duminy(c), Sinethemba Qeshile(w), David Miller, Dwaine Pretorius, Chris Morris, Andile Phehlukwayo, Junior Dala, Lutho Sipamla, Tabraiz Shamsi Toss: Sri Lanka choose to area Sri Lanka have one final risk to avoid a whitewash. They’ve had their chances in the T20I collection thus far but have squandered them. Against a depleted South Africa side, they have one sport to cease the excursion on a high. Can they do it? The toss and teams are developing quickly.

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