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Odi Cricket-Malinga’s five-wicket haul by Morgan

One after another Yorker, Slayer, Slower Yarker. Confused, shocked opponents. Lasith Malinga came back to the best time of his career. But the experienced pacer of Sri Lanka has played a great innings before being ignored by Owen Morgan. Captain’s innings eventually led England to victory on the way.Odi Cricket

England defeated Sri Lanka by 31 runs in the Duckworth-Lewis method in the rain-affected second ODI in Dambulla. In the 5 match ODI series that went ahead, The first ODI was abandoned in the rain.

Morgan played 92 innings of 91 runs on Saturday at the Ranigiri International Stadium. England raised the probability of leaving three hundred. But Malinga’s five wickets stuck with England to 278 runs. That’s enough to win. In the 29 overs Sri Lanka 140 took five wickets in the failure of the top and middle order. Then the rain stopped playing, and could not even begin.

The match started with Malinga’s chobl. He returned to the dangerous Jason Roy in the first over. Malinga is the only one in the first spell of 5 overs that is one of the wickets.

Joe Bairstow and Joe Roo

Joe Bairstow and Joe Root made 72 runs in the second wicket. Beytosto was not in his familiar face. Although it was an aggressive attack, it was 40 balls to score 26 runs. Thesara Perera broke the pair by bowling him.
England take another great partnership in the third wicket Morgan added 68 runs with Root. The way he played the root was like that. Running one or two runs effortlessly. Dhananjay De Silva, who broke the 71 runs in 83 balls, broke the partnership, which did not have the pair.

From there Morgan took responsibility for himself. Ben Stokes’s contribution of 50 runs in the fourth wicket was only 15. Morgan took the team forward after Stokes left. The English captain called the century

Malinga again appeared in the scene. The second spell did not get wickets in the first over. Morgan returned to the second over with a return catch of 11 fours and 2 sixes in the second over.

He got the last 5 wickets

He got the last 5 wickets in the match in March 2014 Glenn McGrath overtook the eighth over by five wickets. In the one-day format, the highest score of 5 wickets has been won by four

The new ball pair of England’s new ball puts Sri Lanka on the scoreboard. Niroshan Dikewalar bat catches two fours, but in the first over, the experienced Upul Tharanga returned Chris Oaks. On the other hand, New Zealand fast bowler Oliver Stone has been in danger and the uncomfortable strings dangers in Sri Lanka. Duckweller’s wicket took 8 runs in 4 overs in the first spell of the match.
Skipper Dinesh Chandimal and Marmukhi Dasun Shankar took wickets in the other side. Cusack Perera tried four-by-the-counter attack. Left-arm spinner Liam Dasen Sri Lanka scored 74 runs for 5 wickets.

Dhananjay de Silva and Thesira Perera, however, suffered a lot from the sixth wicket, But they could have won the fight, they did not know the rain. Thesis, who were unbeaten on 44 by 41 runs in the three chakkaies, played themselves When the last stop game in rain, Morgan’s innings and the new ball bowlers have confirmed the performance of England’s win.

Short score:

England: 278/9 in 50 overs (Roy 0, Bairstow 26, Root 71, Morgan 92, Stokes 15, Butler 28, Moin 0, Oaks 5, Dawson 4, Rashid 19 *, Stone 9 *; Malinga 5/44, Pradip 1 / 52, Danajya 1/64, Thesara 1/37, Sandakan 0/59, Dhanajya 1/19).
Sri Lanka: Dikla 9, Tharanga 0, Chandimal 9, Kusal Perera 30, Shankara 8, Dhananjay 36 *, Thesira 44 *, Oakes 3/26, Stone 1/3, Dawson 1/6, Moin 0 / 47, Rashid 0/15).
Result: England won by 31 runs in the Duckworth-Lewis method
Series: England are at the end of the five-match series ahead of England
Man of the match: Wayne Morgan

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