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Plenty for Sri Lanka to be happy about - Arnold

The tour has highlighted a lot of positives for Sri Lanka, and the youngsters have showen glimpses of what the future could be for the national team (00:00)

Interviewer: Firdose Moonda

January 22, 2012

Posted by mohanan on (January 23, 2012, 15:47 GMT)

SL beat an SA team without Kallis and Steyn. I don't think they can be really happy about it. So, I think they should take it as a failure and look to improve themselves. Regarding present SL spinners not giving sleepless nights to batsmen, How can they do it without an eye-popping scary action like Murali?

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