A near-full house in Nagpur was witness to a fiery match, with Sri Lanka leveling the series with a three-wicket win as runs and wickets flowed in equal measure in good batting conditions
A balanced selection for the second ODI allowed the team to bounce back from the defeat in Rajkot; their debutant bowlers impressed, as did the middle order
MS Dhoni, the Indian captain, has been banned for two ODIs for maintaining a slow over-rate during the second ODI against Sri Lanka in Nagpur.
A poor start from the batsmen and the failure to get early wickets by the bowlers cost India the second ODI, MS Dhoni, their captain, has said
1. MS Dhoni, whose century carried India to 301, got two more lives in three balls from his counterpart Kumar Sangakkara off Ajantha Mendis. First he was dropped and then Sangakkara missed a stumping.
With another evening of thrilling batting, Tillakaratne Dilshan demonstrated every single reason that Sri Lanka decided to open the innings with him permanently in January. Dilshan's third fifth one-d
The Indian batting machine is in prime form, but the shoddy fielding has captain MS Dhoni worried
After more than 800 runs were plundered in the first ODI in Rajkot, Mahela Jayawardene has called on lifting restrictions on bowlers, such as relaxing the one-bouncer per over rule
|1st||102||TM Dilshan||WU Tharanga|
|2nd||45||TM Dilshan||KC Sangakkara|
|3rd||66||DPMD Jayawardene||TM Dilshan|
|4th||19||DPMD Jayawardene||SHT Kandamby|
|5th||32||SHT Kandamby||AD Mathews|
|6th||3||AD Mathews||CK Kapugedera|
|7th||18||S Randiv||AD Mathews|
|8th||17||AD Mathews||BAW Mendis|