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Saturday, January 5, 2019

Thisara Perera's 140 futile as New Zealand grab ODI arrangement against Sri Lanka

 Sri Lanka's Thisara Perera was at last futile as New Zealand wrapped up the one-day arrangement with a 21-run triumph in the second ODI at Mount Maunganui. 

With Sri Lanka pursuing New Zealand's 319 for seven, they were on the ropes at 128 for seven when Perera opened up. He confronted 74 conveyances and split 13 sixes and eight fours previously he was the last wicket to fall and Sri Lanka were out for 298 with 22 balls remaining. Sri Lanka achieved 112 for two when Ish Sodhi caught the wicket of Kusal Mendis for 20 to trigger a crumple which saw five wickets fall in six overs. 

In any case, Perera declined to surrender as he cudgeled the New Zealand assault with animal power. He made 58 out of a 75-run remain with Lasith Malinga for the eighth wicket, and scored 45 of the 51 keeps running for the ninth wicket with Lakshan Sandakan.

In any case, when an apparently unimaginable triumph appeared on the cards Matt Henry had Perera gotten by Trent Boult at long-on. 

Opener Danushka Gunathilaka had his impact at the highest point of the request with 71 however somewhere else the Sri Lankan batsmen neglected to shoot. 

It proceeded with a terrible visit for Sri Lanka who additionally lost the Test arrangement 1-0 and lost the first ODI by 45 runs. At the point when New Zealand won the hurl and chose to bat, Sri Lanka had their tails up when they evacuated first-coordinate centurion Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson economically to have New Zealand at 39 for two. 

In any case, Ross Taylor (90)and Colin Munro (87) swung energy New Zealand's way with a 112-run represent the third wicket, while all-rounder James Neesham lit up the tail with a tornado 64. 

Lasith Malinga was the pick of Sri Lankan bowlers with two for 45 while playing for New Zealand Sodhi took three for 55. The last match in the arrangement is in Nelson next Tuesday and the visit closes with a Twenty 20 coordinate in Auckland on Friday. 

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