Sri Lanka beat South Africa in 2nd ODI lead by 2-0 in Series

Sri Lanka beat South Africa in 2nd ODI lead by 2-0 in Series.Rangana took two crucial wickets as Sri Lanka defeated South Africa in a rain-affected – Dyer and one in Colombo on Tuesday, taking a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.South Africa, set a revised target of 176 from 29 overs, were 104-5 in 21 overs when heavy rain at the Premadasa Stadium forced the game to be called off.

With the 121-5 being the nominal result at that stage, the Proteas lost by 17 runs to suffer second defeat in the series after the 180-run loss in the first game last Saturday.

Left-arm spinner trapped Alviro opened the Petersen leg before for 24, and FAF du Plessis was caught behind to reduce the Proteas to 69-5 by more than 14.David Miller (22 not out) and Ryan McLaren (14 not out) put on 35 runs for the unbroken sixth wicket before the rain ruined their hopes of pulling off a surprise.

Been dealt South Africa a further blow as injured star batsman Hashim Amla left knee while down and was taken to hospital for precautionary tests.The Anti-Money Laundering Law, who had been sidelined for the first game because of a back injury, is unable to bat and faces a race against time to be fit for the third match in Pallekele on Friday.

South Africa pledged to Captain AB de Villiers his team will fight back in this series.”It’s not over yet, there are three big games coming for us now,” he said. “This game was much better for us than its predecessor. Bowling did okay, but the batting let us down.

Sri Lanka beat South Africa in 2nd ODI lead by 2-0 in Series

“We hope we will get the anti-money laundering law ready for the next game. That the injury is not too serious.”Earlier, claimed the fast bowler Morne Morkel 3-34 as the hosts were limited to 223-9 in 49.2 amounts after you won the toss and elected to bat.Stand in Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal and opened Tillakaratne Dilshan top scored with 43 each before the end of the rains innings with four shipments remains to be thrown.

Gathering of players in South Africa after the heavy defeat in the first game to keep the free stroking Sri Lanka tennis in check on a slow wicket.Sri Lanka lost opener Upul Tharanga in the fourth by more than a second wicket stand of 59 between Dilshan Kumar Sangakkara and helped them restore 66-1’s in more than 18.

Hit Sangakkara, who smashed a career best 169 on Saturday, six of his boundaries in 37 before the timing was wrong to keep the left arm spinner Aaron Phangiso and was caught in the covers.Belted host country South Africa down to 123-4 in 30 overs and threw Mahila Jayawardene By, Robin Peterson for 17 and Dilshan was arrested behind off Morkel shortly after.

Chandimal total reinforced with four boundaries in 51 ball innings.Chandimal, who was named man of the match, he would be happy to hand the captaincy back to Angelo Mathews, who served from the case of a match ban for slow over-rates during the Tri series in the West Indies.

“Angelo will return for the next game, we hope to be able to conclude a series there,” said Chandimal. “I knew the wicket was a bit slow, so it was better to hit first.”Stand in Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal and opened Tillakaratne Dilshan top scored with 43 ​​each before the end of the rains innings with four shipments remains to be thrown.

Gathering of players in South Africa after the heavy defeat in the first game to keep the free stroking Sri Lanka tennis in check on a slow wicket.Sri Lanka lost opener Upul Tharanga in the fourth by more than a second wicket stand of 59 between Dilshan Kumar Sangakkara and helped them restore 66-1’s in more than 18.

Hit Sangakkara, who smashed a career best 169 on Saturday, six of his boundaries in 37 before the timing was wrong to keep the left arm spinner Aaron Phangiso and was caught in the covers.Belted host country South Africa down to 123-4 in 30 overs and threw Mahila Jayawardene By, Robin Peterson for 17 and Dilshan was arrested behind off Morkel shortly after.

Reinforced Chandimal, leading Sri Lanka in place of banned Angelo Mathews, the total with four boundaries in 51 ball innings.Officially two rulers of Sri Lanka after the fall of Australia’s Rod Tucker, who was scheduled to stand at one end, and ill before the start.

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