Sri Lanka tour of England, 4th ODI: England v Sri Lanka at Manchester, Jun 28, 2006
Sri Lanka won by 33 runs
28 June 2006 (50-over match)
33.1

Bell to Arnold, 1 run, State of play update: no overs have been lost to the rain. Even thought 20 minutes were lost to the rain, the interval will now be reduced to half an hour. Good reshuffling from the admin fellas there, and Strauss follows suit with a shuffle of his own – bringing on Ian Bell.

33.2

Bell to Jayawardene, no run

33.3

Bell to Jayawardene, 1 run

33.4

Bell to Arnold, no run

33.5

Bell to Arnold, 1 run

33.6

Bell to Jayawardene, no run

Sri Lanka 202/4   IR Bell 1-0-3-0
35.1

Bell to Jayawardene, FOUR, short ball, drifting onto middle and leg, Jayawardene waits for the ball and the at the last possible moment spoons it away to the fine leg fence, lovely shot

35.2

Bell to Jayawardene, 1 run, again worked away in a similar fashion to the deep square leg region

35.3

Bell to Arnold, OUT, that's the end of that! Arnold attempts another cheeky dab and this time he ends up with a faint edge, Jones holds on well to a fairly hard chance - Sri Lanka five down

RP Arnold c †Jones b Bell 7 (10m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

35.4

Bell to Maharoof, no run

35.5

Bell to Maharoof, 1 run

35.6

Bell to Jayawardene, FOUR, swivel pull for his hundred. Well batted that man; that’s two hundreds on the bounce. He needed just 82 deliveries to do it, in a knock that included nine fours. It’s been a joy to watch. Top timing.

Sri Lanka 219/5   IR Bell 2-0-13-1
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