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Sunday, August 20, 2017
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When the day started, Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium was a delight. A cozy venue nestled in foliage, the music, the dancing, the smell of fresh hot dogs in the air … it was perfect for Sri Lanka’s opening One-Day International against India on Sunday. No one could have imagined at the time
Sujan
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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Around 100 fans gathered in front of stadium's gate, as the team was about to leave. But, angry fans didn't allow the team bus to move, as they were continuesly chanting against the defeat.
Pushpendraalbe
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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The neighboring nations, India and Sri Lanka are known for their batting prowess and whenever both teams have locked horns against each other, runs have come in plenty. Over the years, both teams have also produced several world-class bowlers who have delivered memorable performances.
Sujan
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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Sri Lanka batsmen lacked game plan Recent losses have prompted anger, and there remain "too many cooks" in the Sri Lanka set-up.
Maari
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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A fast bowler cannot play a series of three matches without breaking down. This is not the only reason for injuries but it is one of thekey factors I believe.
Maari
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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India continued their domination over the hosts Sri Lanka with a thumping win in the first of the five match ODI series. Sri Lanka were sent into bat and from 139 for one in the 24th over, they collapsed to 216 all out with more than six overs to spare.
Maari
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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Around 50 fans gathered behind the bus as the players were about to board and began chanting "We want our cricket back." "Bring back brand of cricket we played in 1996." Riot police had to intervene to clear the fans before the team members boarded the bus and headed towards the team hotel.
WZRD
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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An anguished Sri Lanka coach Nic Pothas blamed the presence of too many brains in the think-tank as one of the reasons for Sri Lanka’s failure. “You can’t fault anyone within that changing room. Yes, we didn’t play our best cricket today. That’s pretty obvious. You do get angry. To say ‘too many co
AmilaSaman
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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Angry fans protested at the Dambulla cricket stadium this evening after Sri Lanka continued its losing streak in cricket. Riot Police had to be called in after the protest resulted in the Sri Lanka cricket team being unable to leave the stadium after their match against India.
AmilaSaman
Sunday, August 20, 2017
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Will Sri Lanka challenge India's dominance was the question being asked before the match started. Sadly for the hosts, that dream remains far from reality. With both bat and ball, India dominated the opening ODI
Maari