World Cup 2019: Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs

World Cup 2019: Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs

Cardiff: Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs in the seventh match of the World Cup.
Sri Lanka played first with 201 runs in the 37th over, due to the rain, the match was limited to 41 overs and the target of 187 runs to win Afghanistan under the Dick Watth Louis system.
In the pursuit of 187 runs, Afghanistan’s team scored 152 runs in the 33th over.
After winning the toss, Afghanistan decided to bowling, then Sri Lanka’s openers started electromagnetic power and made 92 runs in the first wicket partnership.
In the second wicket partnership, Kallis Premra and Lehar Thrammana added 52 runs.
Despite getting a good start against Afghanistan, Sri Lankan middle order performed extremely poor batsmen and punched 5 wickets by 15 runs.
After the second wicket fell on 144 runs, Sri Lankan middle order Sand wall proved and one wicket wrapped one by one. Sri Lanka lost 5 wickets in 3 only overs between 144 and 159 runs.
The match was restricted to 41 overs due to the rain, but Sri Lanka team scored 201 runs in 36.5 over, but the target of 187 runs was to win Afghanistan under the Dick Dick Lewis system. Coil Parra 78 became a prominent one.
By Mohammad Nabi, 4, Dawlat Zareeddin and Rashid Khan got out of Afghanistan by two.
In the pursuit of the 187-run target of Sri Lanka, the Afghan team was disappointed and the first 5 wickets fell on the target score of 57.
Mohammad Shahzad 7, Rahmat Shah 2, Hazratullah Zazai 30, Hashmatullah Shahdi 4 and Mohammad Nabi went out 11 runs.
Gulbuddin Deputy and Najibullah tried to resist 64 runs in the sixth wicket partnership, but he could not escape the defeat of Sri Lanka’s devastating bowling team.
The entire team of Afghanistan scored 33th over 152 runs and it had to beat 34 runs under Dick W. W. Lewis Mathew.
The Afghan team Najibullah Zadran 43 and Hazratullah Zazai remained prominent by 30 runs. Paradeep 4 and Malanga 3 out of the innings by Sri Lanka.

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