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In the final match of the day’s play, the New South Wales Reds took the lead with an eight-run half-century from David Henckel. It was Henckel’s 10th Test century and he is now just behind Ricky Ponting (11) for the record.
The scorers: 6 for the Reds; 7 for New South Wales; 8 for Australia; 2 for Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka’s performance
Sri Lanka’s batsmen batted particularly well as they made a superb start, bowling at breakneck speed. On the front foot, South Africa made it close to impossible to score as they batted together to the delight of their fans. They managed only two fours and three sixes and were lucky to keep their wickets in hand in their final innings.
In the opening innings, Shane Watson was caught at short midwicket by Peter Siddle and had to be substituted. He was a good run away from picking up a duck on the sixth ball of the over. It was Australia who were running wild in the opening over, bowling their카지노 사이트 way through the middle order to end off the first ODI win for New South Wales 우리카지노over Sri Lanka.
Nathan Lyon bowled to the first ball of the over with seven balls remaining and was taken for four. He took 5 for 46, and for the three straight overs. He took 2 for 37 off 34 balls. He took 5 for 47 off 39 balls and was taken for 4 in the bottom over with one overs remaining.
After the match, Lyon was asked to comment on a match that saw his team fall short. He said that while the bowling in his side was impressive, he didn’t think it showed in the final test.더킹카지노
“In terms of bowling we were more aggressive in the second innings and that helped us against Sri Lanka, especially as they have four seamers and a fast bowler. We had the pace in the middle,” Lyon said. “A lot of the things we were doing there were defensive and if you could win balls in the middle there, you need to bowl at that pace, the pace we needed. And we needed to have that pace in the middle because you can’t win balls in the middle against South Africa. We were fortunate to have got the bowlers at that pace in the second innings. They weren’t in the best gear, but the top order (of Mitchell Santner and Jason Roy) had given them a chance.”