Eng v SL, 4th ODI, The Oval
The key statistics from England's comfortable win over Sri Lanka in the fourth ODI at The Oval.
- Players/Officials : Jason Roy
Andrew McGlashan looks back on England's win in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka, as Jason Roy's 162 leads them to a series win in style.
Andrew McGlashan looks back on a good innings from Sri Lanka, despite losing some early momentum to a rain delay.
The key statistics from England's comfortable win over Sri Lanka in the fourth ODI at The Oval. | Jun 29, 2016
Andrew McGlashan looks back on England's win in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka, as Jason Roy's 162 leads them to a series win in style. | Jun 29, 2016
Jason Roy hit a stunning matchwinning 162 - the second highest ODI score ever made by an England batsman as they beat Sri Lanka by six wickets | Jun 29, 2016
37.5 N Pradeep to JJ Roy, out, no record for Roy! Moving to the leg side, he loses his shape on a heave across the line, defeated by a slower ball so a good piece of bowling as well | Jun 29, 2016
England opener Jason Roy scored 162 runs off 118 balls in his side's fourth ODI match against Sri Lanka at The Oval | Jun 29, 2016
35.2 N Pradeep to JJ Roy, 4 runs, a streaky shot which evades the fielder, he charges down the pitch, swings to the leg side, and the outside edge loops over short third man | Jun 29, 2016
33.6 RAS Lakmal to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, flicked off the pads, finds the gap behind square on the leg side...no catching that on this outfield | Jun 29, 2016
33.2 RAS Lakmal to JJ Roy, 4 runs, that's a crunching shot! Phew, what power. Short of a length and Roy latches on with a front-foot pull through midwicket | Jun 29, 2016
Sri Lanka's Danushka Gunathilaka took a brilliant one-handed catch for the wicket of England captain Eoin Morgan at The Oval | Jun 29, 2016
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