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India v Sri Lanka, CB Series, 5th ODI, Canberra

Two shades of a plan

Feb 12, 2008: Tillakaratne Dilshan's match-winning 62 was more important in the match context than Rohit Sharma's unbeaten 70, which had the aesthetic value; while Rohit set up the contest, Dilshan ended it

Nagraj Gollapudi at the Manuka Oval

India v Sri Lanka, CB Series, 5th ODI, Canberra

Jayawardene hopes to build on opening momentum

Feb 12, 2008: On a day in which the weather played a major role, both rival captains credited the momentum handed to Sri Lanka's run chase by their openers as key to a first win in the CB Series

Nagraj Gollapudi at the Manuka Oval

India v Sri Lanka, CB Series, 5th match, Canberra

The lion roars, finally

Feb 12, 2008: Sri Lanka's first win of any significance on this tour couldn't have come at a better moment: it will lift the morale of a side that was seemed to be on the slide with one resounding defeat after another

S Rajesh

Plays of the day

Learn the art of improvisation from the master

Feb 12, 2008: Plays of the day for the match between India and Sri Lanka at the Manuka Oval, Canberra, February 12, 2008

Nagraj Gollapudi at the Manuka Oval

India v Sri Lanka, CB Series, 5th ODI, Canberra

In the Army now

Feb 12, 2008: The Appu Army, the latest addition to the existing bunch that includes the Barmy Army (England), Wave the Flag (Australia) and Bharat Army (India), were here to follow their side closely

Nagraj Gollapudi at the Manuka Oval

India v Sri Lanka, CB Series, 5th match, Canberra

Dilshan guides Sri Lanka home

Feb 12, 2008: A 21-over match should have suited the reigning world Twenty20 champions India, but a revised-down total and some blistering early strikes from Sanath Jayasuriya lifted Sri Lanka to their first win of the CB Series

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

India v Sri Lanka, CB Series, 5th ODI, Canberra

India look to build on psychological edge

Feb 11, 2008: India hold the edge ahead of their clash against Sri Lanka at the Manuka Oval just a day after a strong victory against Australia at the MCG on Sunday

The Preview by Nagraj Gollapudi in Canberra
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