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Pakistan conquer Sri Lanka by five wickets in third ODI

04 October, 2019

Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by five wickets in the third and final day-night international match played between the two sides in Karachi to clinch the three-match series 2–0.


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Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by five wickets in the third and final day-night international match played between the two sides in Karachi to clinch the three-match series 2–0.

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Abid Ali was adjudged Man of the Match for his innings of 74 runs. "However, I thank Allah, this is not enough. I got a good opportunity today and I was happy to do well. I should thank the management and the players for supporting me. On the field here in Karachi I am grateful to the fans for coming. “ESPNcricinfo quoted him as saying that there is hope that there will be more international cricket here.

According to the cricket website, Babar Azam was awarded the title of Player of the Series. "I am proud to have had my first century in Pakistan two hundred years ago. My plan is to bat all the over we can. We have got a good confidence from this series, hopefully, it is t Will be carried through 20 I. " " he said.

The teams will now face each other in three Twenty20 Internationals in Lahore. Sri Lanka, along with opener Danushka Gunathilaka, had scored 297-9 in their 50 over and scored a career-best score of 133 before Pakistan reached their target in 48.2 over. Fakhar Zaman scored 76, while fellow opener Abid Ali scored 74 and Haris Sohail scored 56 runs. The hosts were off to a good chase before falling for the first wicket in 19.3 over when Abid Ali (67 off 67) was dismissed, by Hasranga.

After successful leg before wicket review of Pradeep's delivery in 29.1 over, Babar Azam (31 for 26) was 'out'. Fakhar Zaman (76 for 91), trying to hit the uppercut, caught and ended up towards the third man fielder (Shanaka).

Earlier, Gunathilaka led Sri Lanka to victory in 134 runs off 134 balls with 16 fours and a six. Gunathilaka was suspended twice for disciplinary violations in the last two years, scoring 88 runs with Captain Lahiru Thirimane (36), 50 for a second, 50 with Angelo Pereira (13) and scoring 74 runs. 36) Performed brilliantly for batting at number four.

He was finally dismissed in the 45th overs, with fast bowler Mohammad Amir making the best Pakistani bowler with 3-50. It was Aamir who brought Pakistan the early breakthrough when he caught Avishka Fernando behind Sarfaraz Ahmed off the back of four and led the green shirt for the 50th time in an ODI.

Pakistan won the second game by 67 runs while in Karachi both were played without bowling. For today's stability, the side brought in Abid Ali and Mohammad Nawaz for Imamul Haque and Imad Wasim.


 
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