Shadab was the reason for the fall of the next wicket, with Aftka’s partner Fernando, Gonathilaka’s partner, running a direct strike from the middle of the match for 33 narcotic balls, after which Mohammed Hassanein’s offer.
After playing only the second T20I, the Pakistani cafe showed why he believed in this regard, taking three small balls out of three balls in two shifts. Bhanuka Rajapaksa, who made a 22-ball grant 32 on the T20I for the first time, was installed on the platforms by a thoroughly yorker, commander of the hideout Dason Shanaka hid for a long time, and Sheehan Jayasuriya hurried for speed, linking with Ahmed Shahzad in the covers.
His triple hat, the ninth in the 1920s for men and the second for Pakistan, brought Sri Lanka back at the end of its roles, and after it seemed to have broken 180 points at some point, tourists ended on 165/5.
When Babar Azzam struck a few nice time limits to start the pursuit, it looked like the subject of Pakistan’s hegemony, but a double strike from Nwan Pradeep changed the shape of the competition. Babar set off before losing a lifetime Akmal, playing the T20I for the first time in nearly three years, LBW. Pradeep was unable to complete a trilogy, but it wasn’t long before Shehzad was stranded at Isuru-Odana to leave the hosts 22/3.
Sarfraz Ahmad and Iftikhar Ahmed helped rebuild, adding 46 for the fourth ball, but the rate began to escalate, and by the time the next achievement – running out of Iftikhar after mixing – exceeded 11 consecutive passes.
There was no return, and the collapse of 6/25 confirmed Sri Lanka’s victory with 64 operations. Odana and Pradeep ended up with three wins each, while Wanindo Hasaranga won 20/20 in four times. MRF Tires No.8 ranked # 1 in the world at home and took the lead 1-0 in the series.