Great Throw To Lose: Mahela Jayawardena On Sri Lanka’s Asia Cup Last Win Versus Pakistan

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In a competition where the throw plays had a critical impact, Sri Lanka opposed all chances to beat Pakistan in the Asia Cup last regardless of being on the terrible side of the coin-flip and being placed in to bat

Great Throw To Lose”: Mahela Jayawardena On Sri Lanka’s Asia Cup Last Win versus PakistanIn a competition where the throw plays had a vital impact, Sri Lanka challenged all chances to beat Pakistan in the Asia Cup last regardless of being on the terrible side of the coin-flip and being placed in to batAbhimanyu BoseUpdated: September 12, 2022 12:28 PM ISTRead Time:2 min

Great Throw To Lose”: Mahela Jayawardena On Sri Lanka’s Asia Cup Last Win versus Pakistan

Sri Lanka crushed Pakistan to win Asia Cup on Sunday© AFP

In a competition where the throw plays had an essential impact, Sri Lanka challenged all chances to beat Pakistan in the Asia Cup last regardless of being on the horrible side of the coin-flip and being placed in to bat. The pursuing side had won eight of the 11 matches in the competition up until this point and the two of those came in India and Pakistan’s successes over Hong Kong. However, Sri Lanka showed extraordinary coarseness and assurance to end up as the winner in the last, regardless of being sad at 58/5 at a certain point.

Previous Sri Lanka commander Mahela Jayawardena took to web-based entertainment to adulate Sri Lanka’s work in the culmination conflict as they brought home their 6th Asia Cup championship.

Great throw to lose young men !! Showed character and enthusiasm to play for the nation thus pleased with every single one… partake in the triumph as whole nation will.. splendid collaboration, he tweeted.

Bhanuka Rajapaksa played a splendid knock of 71* off 45 conveyances to take Sri Lanka to 170/6 from a position where even 150 looked challenging for them to reach.

He was given more than adequate help by Wanindu Hasaranga, who hit 36 off 21 conveyances.

Pramod Madushan then, at that point, took two wickets in two balls to early shake Pakistan.

Mohammad Rizwan and Iftikhar Ahmed put on a 71-run stand, however their scoring rate was too low and the tension was building.

Madushan then, at that point, broke the stand and guaranteed his third wicket, and from that point forward, it was all Sri Lanka notwithstanding Rizwan hitting 50 years.

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Rizwan, Asif Ali and Khushdil Shah were undeniably booted out in one over to end Pakistan’s expectations.

Pakistan were in the long run bowled out for 147 off the last conveyance of the match, prompting euphoric festivals from the Sri Lanka players.

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