Tillakaratne Dilshan says stopping James Anderson could be key to Sri Lanka winning the 5th and final ODI at Old Trafford.
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133.5 Yasir Shah to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, that's a poor ball, dragged a long way down, Bairstow rocks back then hammers the pull through midwicket | Jul 23, 2016
George Dobell signs off with some colourful language after being interrupted during his lunch report at Old Trafford. | Jul 23, 2016
131.6 Yasir Shah to JM Bairstow, dot ball, dropped! A bit fat juicy edge from a back-foot swipe into the covers, but Sarfraz half-clings on behind the stumps, only to fumble the chance when he'd done the hard work. Oh dear ... when it's not your day ... | Jul 23, 2016
131.4 Yasir Shah to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, lots of air, too much air. A juicy full-bunger outside off, and slapped fiercely through the covers! | Jul 23, 2016
122.5 Mohammad Amir to BA Stokes, 4 runs, short, and slammed out through midwicket. Well enough directed, but Stokes wanted some of that, and took it | Jul 23, 2016
125.4 Yasir Shah to BA Stokes, 4 runs, a welcome release for Stokes as he rocks back and thumps through the cover field. Well timed and placed | Jul 23, 2016
130.1 Wahab Riaz to BA Stokes, out, round the wicket, down the leg side, an avid appeal from Sarfraz for a gloved catch, and well, we've not looked at DRS yet in this match, so why not? Let's review it. There is definitely a small mark on Hot Spot, and there's a spike on Snicko too ... but the umpire is not entirely sure they match up. Lots of deliberation and different angles, but it's going to come down to gut instinct for the third umpire, Joel Wilson, and eventually he's seen enough to be convinced! | Jul 23, 2016
129.5 Yasir Shah to JE Root, 4 runs, what a response ... he sized up the degree of spin, so flipped his stance, pounded a reverse sweep through the gap at third man, and off comes the helmet to acknowledge a brilliant double hundred! | Jul 23, 2016
121.5 Yasir Shah to BA Stokes, 4 runs, Stokes has bided his time, and enough is enough, sharp footwork to meet the ball outside off, and a well-bludgeoned hoick over the infield at cow corner. Measured and powerful at the same time | Jul 23, 2016
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