Sri Lanka in England T20I Match

England v Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)

0.3

Kulasekara to Kieswetter, no run, Kulasekara aims fuller, finds some away swing and Kieswetter is reluctant to get forward. Ends up prodding late and it ghosts the edge

0.4

Kulasekara to Kieswetter, no run, Kieswetter's response is to shuffle down the track without much menace. He leaves alone

0.5

Kulasekara to Kieswetter, 1 run, nicely done from the batsman, hopping across his crease and whipping to leg

England 2/0   C Kieswetter 1* (3b)

1.4

Lakmal to Kieswetter, 1 run, Kieswetter pops this fuller ball off his toes to midwicket to bring KP on strike. These two won that World Twenty20 final against Australia, remember

1.6

Lakmal to Kieswetter, 1 run, back of a length from Lakmal but the line remains tight. Kieswetter whips off his hip to deep square

England 6/1   C Kieswetter 3* (5b)

2.1

Kulasekara to Kieswetter, 1 run, Kieswetter is late getting forward to Kulasekara, again. The forward poke comes off an inside edge to midwicket

2.4

Kulasekara to Kieswetter, OUT, another unhappy return for an England opener. Kieswetter this time. Rushes down the wicket, swings hard without a hint of timing at it loops gently to mid-off. Good start from Sri Lanka!

C Kieswetter c Kandamby b Kulasekara 4 (10m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 57.14

England 12/2   C Kieswetter 4 (7b)
Series Results
England v Sri Lanka at Bristol - Jun 25, 2011
Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
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Jun 25, 2011

Lasith Malinga picked up two cheap wickets against England, England v Sri Lanka, only Twenty20, Bristol, June 25, 2011

Lasith Malinga picked up two cheap wickets against England

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Jun 25, 2011

Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes had tough days in their respective roles, England v Sri Lanka, only Twenty20, Bristol, June 25, 2011

Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes had tough days in their respective roles

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