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'We did the little things right' - Mathews

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews praises Kumar Sangakkara for his century on a slow surface against India in Fatullah

March 1, 2014

Posted by   on (March 1, 2014, 23:09 GMT)

Yeah, Sri Lanka should have won this game a lot sooner. The middle order collapse made it look like a tight game.

Credit to the bowlers for restricting India to 264, which they got due to the 2 sixes from Shami.

Sangakkara is da man!!!

Posted by   on (March 1, 2014, 9:55 GMT)

Virad didnt use his spiners properly if he had spiner in last 3 overs india could have won

Posted by SAURAVJAIN on (March 1, 2014, 7:26 GMT)

Bat Jadeja @ no. 5.He is more experienced and more technically stronger than rayudu and dk.He can play shot balls and spinners very well....AND MOST IMPORTANTLY HE CAN CHANGE HIS GEARS ANY TIME.Also pujara is a must. Jadeja bats with more responsibility and dedication and according to the situation.

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