Have a look at Bishen Jeswant's stats piece as you go. That is all from this match. Good night.
Mahela Jayawardene is the Man of the Match.
Mahela: "I am surprised and a bit embarrassed to win the Man of the Match.We need to be consistent in our overall game. The way the Indians are playing, we need 300 to put them under pressure, and we are not there yet. They are putting us under lot of pressure, picking early wickets, putting us on the back foot straight away, and we are doing repair work after that."
Kohli: "That was a brilliant performance, especially with the ball, given we were one bowler short, had to string in six overs from part-timers, to restrict them to 242 was fantastic. I was not sure, I knew I had to get to 50 to get 6000, but I did not know how much faster I was from the great man [Viv Richards]. I am trying to do whatever I can on the field for the boys."
Mathews: "We flopped in our batting once again. You cannot keep repeating mistakes. 300 is a must for Indian wickets. 240 is nothing for bowlers to bowl at. About three-four wickets fell in the Powerplay with minimum runs, which went against us. We are trying our combinations, we want to recognise our strengths and weaknesses going into the World Cup."
Dhawan: "Happy the way I was batting. Batting in a very controlled manner, enjoying the rhythm. Earlier I was getting 25-30s, now I am getting 80-90s. Once I get set, I will bat according to the situation. At times you can hit big shots, but you dont want to because of the situation."
Another one-sided game to seal the five-match series 3-0 for India. Six-wicket win to follow the six-wicket win in Ahmedabad. Both coming in the 45th over. Sri Lanka did well to stretch the innings from 158 for 7 but 242 was never going to be enough, and they were never able to put pressure on India, although they persisted with a short-ball ploy.
Ribhav Bansal: "So Saha carries on the tradition of the Indian keeper hitting a boundary to win the match for India."
Sumit: "Jesus! this is all dragging, Just finish the game for the love of God!"