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World Cup: Sri Lanka beat Canada by 210 runs

Sunday February 20, 2011 10:04:45 PM, IANS

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Hambantota (Sri Lanka): Sri Lanka defeated Canada by 210 runs in a World Cup Group A match at the Mahinda Rajapakse Stadium here Sunday.

Chasing a target of 333 runs, Canada were all out for 122 in 36.5 overs.

 

Scoreboard

Scoreboard of the World Cup Group A match between Sri Lanka and Canada at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium here Sunday.

Sri Lanka:
Upul Tharanga run out (Gunasekera/Bagai) 19
Tillakaratne Dilshan c Davison b Cheema 50
Kumar Sangakkara c & b Davison 92
Mahela Jayawardene c Balaji Rao b Davison 100
Thisara Perera run out (Surkari/Bagai) 11
Angelo Mathews c & b Baidwan 21
Chamara Kapugedera c sub (Kumar) b Baidwan 2
Thilan Samaraweera not out 18
Nuwan Kulasekara not out 7

Extras (lb 3, w 8, nb 1) 12
Total (for seven wickets in 50 overs) 332

Fall of wickets: 1-63 (Tharanga, 11.5 overs), 2-88 (Dilshan, 19.1), 3-267 (Sangakkara, 41.6), 4-276 (Jayawardene, 43.6), 5-284 (Perera, 45.1), 6-295 (Kapugedera, 46.1), 7-314 (Mathews, 48.4)

Bowling:
Khurram Chohan 8-0-62-0
Henry Osinde 2.1-0-10-0
Harvir Baidwan 8.5-0-59-2
Jimmy Hansra 9-0-47-0
Rizwan Cheema 7-0-47-1
Balaji Rao 7-0-48-0
John Davison 8-0-56-2

Canada:
Ruvindu Gunasekera c Dilshan b Kulasekara 1
John Davison b Perera 0
Zubin Surkari lbw Perera 6
Jimmy Hansra st Sangakkara b Samaraweera 9
Ashish Bagai c Sangakkara b Perera 22
Rizwan Cheema c Jayawardene b Muralitharan 37
Tyson Gordon c Sangakkara b Kulasekara 4
Khurram Chohan c Sangakkara b Kulasekara 4
Harvir Baidwan not out 16
Balaji Rao c Tharanga b Muralitharan 6
Henry Osinde b Mendis 4

Extras (lb 8, w 4, nb 1) 13
Total (all out in 36.5 overs) 122

Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Davison, 1.1 overs), 2-8 (Gunasekera, 2.5), 3-12 (Surkari, 3.6), 4-42 (Hansra, 17.5), 5-53 (Bagai, 21.3), 6-68 (Gordon, 24.3), 7-74 (Chohan, 26.2) , 8-103 (Cheema, 31.3), 9-111 (Rao, 33.2)

Bowling:
Nuwan Kulasekara 6-2-16-3
Thisara Perera 7-0-24-3
Ajantha Mendis 7.5-3-18-1
Muttiah Muralitharan 9-0-38-2
Tillekaratne Dilshan 5-0-14-0
Thilan Samaraweera 2-0-4-1

Toss: Sri Lanka and chose to bat
Result: Sri Lanka won by 210 runs
Umpires: Ian Gould (England) and Shavir Tarapore (India)
TV umpire: Tony Hill (New Zealand)
Match referee: Chris Broad (England)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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