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Evaluation of Every Indian Player Based on Their Performance Against Sri Lanka (IND vs. SL)

IND versus SL

Taking Into Account Their Individual Performances, Rank Every Indian Player Here. Suryakumar Yadav hit his third T20I century to help India score a mammoth total of 228/5 in 20 overs on Saturday against Sri Lanka, which was headed by Dasun Shanaka. The match took place in Rajkot and was the third of three Twenty20 Internationals between India and Sri Lanka. In response, Sri Lanka was only able to score 137 runs in 16.4 overs, and India, spearheaded by Hardik Pandya, defeated the tourists by a score of 91 runs at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium to win the series 2-1.

In the decisive match of the series between India and Sri Lanka, an improved performance by Arshdeep Singh helped pave the way for India to secure a comfortable victory over the opponents from Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka was bowled out for 137 runs in 16.4 overs, with pacer Arshdeep Singh claiming three wickets, spinner Yuzvendra Chahal sharing four wickets with speedster Umran Malik, and Arshdeep Singh sharing one wicket with Umran Malik. In the last match of the series, which took place in Rajkot, Team India, who was playing without Rohit Sharma but was led by all-rounder Hardik Pandya, secured a 2-1 victory against Sri Lanka with a stunning 91-run victory.

The third T20I match between India and Sri Lanka

As the team that batted first, Sri Lanka scored 206 runs thanks in large part to many noteworthy performances. Charith Asalanka, who scored 37 (19), Kusal Mendis, who scored 52 (31), and Dasun Shanaka, who captained the squad, all made contributions to their side’s victory against the Indians. India was only able to score 190 runs in the allotted 20 overs, which meant that they were unable to reach their objective. The Indians were able to stay in the game with to the efforts of Axar Patel who scored 65 (31), and Suryakumar Yadav who scored 51 (36).

2nd T20I between India and Sri Lanka

In the first Twenty20 international between India and Sri Lanka, India emerged victorious in a low-scoring thriller thanks to late runs from Deepak Hooda and Axar Patel, as well as outstanding seam bowling from an Indian attack that was missing pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah, Arshdeep Singh, and Mohammed Shami. There was grip for spinners, which Sri Lanka used brilliantly before the new ball seamed about for India’s quicks. The Wankhede surface was everything from the batting paradise it normally is in Twenty20 cricket. In the first Twenty20 international between India and Sri Lanka, India won by two runs, 162 for 5, against Sri Lanka 160 (Shanaka 45, Mavi 4-22).

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