New Delhi: Sri Lanka defeated the Indian players in the third T20 and won the match by 7 wickets. Due to Krunal Pandya being corona, 8 players of the team were out of this series, in such a situation the young players failed to do anything special but no one would have expected such poor performance from Team India. The credit of this victory of Sri Lanka goes to Wanindu Hasaranga, who bowled superbly. Everyone is praising his performance. Meanwhile, India’s veteran player Virender Sehwag has also praised Hasranga.
‘Chamke’ Hasranga in third T20
Sri Lanka captured the T20 series against Team India for the first time on the strength of Wanindu Hasaranga’s strong bowling. Hasaranga gave only 9 runs in 4 overs and took 4 wickets in this match. It would not be wrong to say that he would have caught the attention of all the IPL teams with his performance.
IPL teams are eyeing Hasranga: Sehwag
Former India player Virender Sehwag while talking to ‘Cricbuzz’ praised Wanindu Hasaranga. He said that the match Hasranga bowled brilliantly. The quick turn of the match by picking up the wickets of Sanju Samson and Rituraj Gaikwad. Things became difficult for the Indian batting as soon as these two were dismissed and the team could not recover from it.
Sehwag further said that after his performance, the eyes of the IPL teams will be on him and Hasranga will be seen as a replacement. Hasranga has performed very well at the right time and in such a situation, it is expected that the teams can talk to Hasranga soon.
Sri Lanka won the third T20
Team India won the toss and decided to bat first. The performance of Team India, who came to bat first, was very disappointing. None of the team’s batsmen could stay on the crease and the Indian team scored just 81 runs in 20 overs for the loss of 8 wickets. Kuldeep Yadav scored the highest 23 runs for India, while Bhuvneshwar played an innings of 16 runs. Chasing the target of 82 runs, the Sri Lankan team achieved the target by losing 4 wickets in 14.3 overs. Rahul Chahar took 3 wickets for India.