Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 3rd T20 Highlights 29 Oct 2017

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 3rd T20 Highlights 29 Oct 2017

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 3rd T20 Highlights 29 Oct 2017

 

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Shoaib Malik launched his way to a ball of fifty-eight, Muhammad Amir crossed Sri Lanka’s quest to claim the best of T20 faces, and Pakistan gave a dirty hearing at night to remember while pulling Sri Lanka with 36 runs 3 – 0 series. Although Friday’s fight was tense, this was another limited mismatch on a tour that was full of them. On a stupid night of folklore, 180 by 3 Pakistanis always looked beyond the fine order of Sri Lanka. 54 of the 36 balls of Dasun Shanaka were brave, but even on the wing, Sri Lanka was far behind the pace: none of the other hitters have found their reach. Amir, who had made the first hole, also dropped the lower middle class, taking 4 for 13. Sometimes the final ended, crashed with three slips in place, while Sri Lanka stumbled 144 with 9.

Many Sri Lankan flags appeared at Gaddafi Stadium, while Pakistani fans expressed their gratitude to the tournament team, but weather conditions on the field were also related to the fight. The dew was evident early in the afternoon and it was discovered that the infamous Sri Lanka attack was hampered, especially towards the end of the seasons. The last step of the Pakistani traps, instigated by Vikum Sanjaya, was particularly harmful. Trying to hit the club, Sanjaya gave a series of low points, conceding three six and filtering 23 runs. Although Shadab Khan’s skeleton also found difficult conditions, the Pakistani Seamer were quite satisfied with the wet ball: Faheem Ashraf and Hasan Ali also took three terrains to each other. At no time did Sri Lanka make an intimidating association. The best bet was the 39 between Shanaka and Chaturanga de Silva for the fifth shutter.

Fakhar Zaman and Umar Amin had effectively started for Pakistan, making 57 of the first eight. But it was Malik who changed the trajectory of the entries, placing them in a spectacular score when they once addressed only a set of competition. It started with a singles pattern, then set the pace at 16, hitting six and two squares, the second of which was a luxurious perforated wicket square on the opposite side. Apart from the fact that Isuru Udana would bring 16, Malik’s impulse will not give up until his dismissal. He broke a limit on either side of the hole in the 18th, and then Thisara Perera climbed over the point before completing a sixth T20I half-century with six more over the midfielder. In addition to the tradition of being fired, leaving Sanjaya Bowling, Malik scored all the balls. Thanks to great acceleration, Pakistan has collected 72 of the last five overlays on its properties.

Sri Lanka has never had the measure of this whole. Dilshan Munaweera attempted to launch Amir’s second platform in the wing and jumped from a prologue with which he never seemed to be in touch. Then, the third of the bets, Sadeera Samarawickrama swept Imad Wasim directly with the man in the deep and square leg. Five balls later, Danushka Gunathilaka was caught and bent trying to hit Mohammad Hafeez underground. Four overheads in the chase, Sri Lanka was 22 by 3, with a series of all the next rounders.

If it were not for Shanaka, it is likely that the visitors did not achieve a respectable result. He spoke more seriously about Shadab, cleaned him a meter and a half from his leg and two four. Shanaka and de Silva were beaten 17 in the 12th round of the victory, but Sri Lanka had so much ground early that the required rate was still over 11 and over. When Sanaka threw an asphalt from Ashraf soon, the game was more or less determined. Amir would be Silva, Seekkuge Prasanna and Sachith Pathirana in seven of their traditions, just to be sure. Sri Lanka not only lost eight of the series’ limited runs with this result, they have now lost 16 rounds of white balls in the circle, dating back to ODI’s defeats against Zimbabwe in July.

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