The Sri Lankan batting ‘Chernobyl’

Reporting from Durham, England

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Let alone a century or a useful 80 or 90, none of the Sri Lankan batsmen went past the 30s. Only two players reached the 30-run mark, the rest failed to even get to 30.

From losing captain Dimuth Karunaratne on the very first ball of the match to the last run being scored by South Africa in their easy chase, it was all downhill in every possible way for Sri Lanka, as they had a forgettable Cricket World Cup fixture against the Proteas.  Winning…

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From losing captain Dimuth Karunaratne on the very first ball of the match to the last run being scored by South Africa in their easy chase, it was all downhill in every possible way for Sri Lanka, as they had a forgettable Cricket World Cup fixture against the Proteas.  Winning…