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Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, 2nd ODI, Galle

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  • Hamilton Masakadza offset the early loss of Solomon Mire for nought by making an innings-high 41 for Zimbabwe.
    Hamilton Masakadza offset the early loss of Solomon Mire for nought by making an innings-high 41 for Zimbabwe.
  • Lakshan Sandakan, who missed the first ODI due to viral influenza, used his left-arm wrist spin to good effect on his way to figures of 4 for 52.
    Lakshan Sandakan, who missed the first ODI due to viral influenza, used his left-arm wrist spin to good effect on his way to figures of 4 for 52.
  • It was a dream debut for Hasaranga, the 19-year-old leggie who claimed a hat-trick and finished with 3 for 15, as Zimbabwe were shot out for 155.
    It was a dream debut for Hasaranga, the 19-year-old leggie who claimed a hat-trick and finished with 3 for 15, as Zimbabwe were shot out for 155.
  • Sri Lanka lost Danushka Gunathilaka early, but Niroshan Dickwella set the tone with 35 before being caught and bowled by Graeme Cremer.
    Sri Lanka lost Danushka Gunathilaka early, but Niroshan Dickwella set the tone with 35 before being caught and bowled by Graeme Cremer.
  • Upul Tharanga continued his good form and remained unbeaten on 75 off 86 balls, with eight hits to the fence.
    Upul Tharanga continued his good form and remained unbeaten on 75 off 86 balls, with eight hits to the fence.
  • Angelo Mathews, the Sri Lankan captain, helped Tharanga add 81 for the fourth wicket and complete a series-levelling seven-wicket win.
    Angelo Mathews, the Sri Lankan captain, helped Tharanga add 81 for the fourth wicket and complete a series-levelling seven-wicket win.
  • Malcolm Waller countered with a rapid 38 off 29 balls, but was castled by Wanidu Hasaranga
    Malcolm Waller countered with a rapid 38 off 29 balls, but was castled by Wanidu Hasaranga