Colombo: It was very costly for the Indian cricket team to land without its star players. Sri Lanka defeated Team India by 4 wickets in the second T20 match and leveled 1-1 in the three-match T20 series. The third and deciding T20 match will be played today ie Thursday at 8 pm. If India has to capture the T20 series, then it will have to win this match in any case.
Samson’s cheating with Kuldeep Yadav
In the second T20 match against Sri Lanka, a big mistake of Sanju Samson behind the wicket was overshadowed by Kuldeep Yadav. On this mistake of Sanju Samson, the fans trolled him fiercely on social media. In fact, in the eighth over of Sri Lanka’s innings, when Sri Lanka captain Dasun Shanaka missed an attempt to sweep Kuldeep Yadav, the ball hit the middle of his pad, but the on-field umpire turned down the appeal.
refused to take DRS
After this, the captain of Kuldeep Yadav had demanded to take Shikhar Dhawan from DRS. Kuldeep was confident that the Sri Lankan batsman was out. Kuldeep Yadav was also seen asking Shikhar Dhawan to take DRS, but wicketkeeper Sanju Samson refused captain Shikhar Dhawan to take DRS. Later replays showed that the Sri Lankan batsman was out clearly LBW off Kuldeep Yadav and the ball was going straight to the stumps.
Uproar over this big mistake of Samson
Wicketkeeper Sanju Samson is being trolled fiercely on social media after this big mistake. Actually, due to this great carelessness of Sanju Samson, Kuldeep Yadav lost the chance to take a wicket and India also lost in this match.
Can’t judge lbw DRS #SLvIND https://t.co/RmKwJ8vD3I
—#RP17 (@PeterParker7194) July 28, 2021
— #α-£ (@a_bdc09) July 28, 2021
Sanju Samson no good with Bat, no good with DRS! #IndvsSL
— Harshdeep Singh (@_harshdeep) July 28, 2021
Team India was defeated by Sri Lanka
Let us inform that in this match, batting first after losing the toss, India scored 132 runs for five wickets in 20 overs. For India, captain Shikhar Dhawan scored 40 runs in 42 balls with the help of five fours. Chasing the target, Sri Lanka won the match by scoring 133 for six in 19.4 overs.