ICC Champions Trophy, 2004 / Wicket commentary

ICC Champions Trophy - 6th match, Pool D

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe

Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets (with 37 balls remaining)

7.1

Zoysa to Matsikenyeri, OUT

S Matsikenyeri c †Sangakkara b Zoysa 16 (30m 22b 3x4 0x6) SR: 72.72

Zimbabwe 23/1   BRM Taylor 4* (22b)   DNT Zoysa 3.1-1-7-1

12.4

Maharoof to Taylor, OUT

BRM Taylor c Chandana b Maharoof 13 (53m 34b 2x4 0x6) SR: 38.23

Zimbabwe 43/2   V Sibanda 5* (23b)   MF Maharoof 1.4-0-11-1

13.4

Vaas to Sibanda, OUT

V Sibanda c Jayawardene b Vaas 9 (28m 27b 1x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

Zimbabwe 47/3   DD Ebrahim 0* (2b)   WPUJC Vaas 5.4-0-21-1

18.1

Zoysa to Ebrahim, OUT

DD Ebrahim c Chandana b Zoysa 3 (23m 14b 0x4 0x6) SR: 21.42

Zimbabwe 61/4   MA Vermeulen 10* (15b 2x4)   DNT Zoysa 6.1-1-11-2

24.6

Maharoof to Vermeulen, OUT

MA Vermeulen c †Sangakkara b Maharoof 17 (61m 29b 2x4 0x6) SR: 58.62

Zimbabwe 76/5   T Taibu 7* (27b)   MF Maharoof 6-2-20-2

26.5

Maharoof to Taibu, OUT

T Taibu c †Sangakkara b Maharoof 16 (50m 34b 1x4 0x6) SR: 47.05

Zimbabwe 85/6   E Chigumbura 0* (4b)   MF Maharoof 6.5-2-26-3

38.5

Zoysa to Panyangara, OUT

T Panyangara c Atapattu b Zoysa 8 (37m 35b 0x4 0x6) SR: 22.85

Zimbabwe 120/7   E Chigumbura 25* (41b 2x4)   DNT Zoysa 9.5-2-18-3

48.1

Chandana to Utseya, OUT

P Utseya c Jayawardene b Chandana 31 (35m 28b 5x4 0x6) SR: 110.71

Zimbabwe 184/8   E Chigumbura 53* (69b 5x4)   UDU Chandana 8.1-0-32-1

48.3

Chandana to Chigumbura, OUT

E Chigumbura lbw b Chandana 57 (84m 71b 6x4 0x6) SR: 80.28

Zimbabwe 188/9   DT Hondo 0* (0b)   UDU Chandana 8.3-0-36-2

49.1

Jayasuriya to Rainsford, OUT

EC Rainsford b Jayasuriya 3 (1m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 75.00

Zimbabwe 191/10   DT Hondo 0* (0b)   ST Jayasuriya 9.1-1-28-1
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