SL vs AUS: Sri Lanka’s condition deteriorated at home, neither batsmen nor bowlers played, Australia gave a bad defeat by 10 wickets

The Sri Lanka Cricket Team has had a bad condition in its own house. Australia defeated him by 10 wickets in the first T20 match played on Tuesday on the basis of his strong game. This is Sri Lanka’s worst defeat at home so far. With this win, Australia has taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match T20I series. Sri Lanka batted first in this match, but could not score big. The hosts were bundled out for just 128 runs. Australia achieved this target in 14 overs without losing any wicket. Captain Aaron Finch scored an unbeaten 61 for him, while his partner David Warner scored 70 runs.

The Sri Lankan bowlers could not take the wickets of Finch and Warner even after lakhs of efforts. Both of them made every Sri Lankan bowler their victim. Neither the mystery of the mystery spinner Mahish Teekshana went nor the spin of Wanindu Hasaranga. Warner faced 44 balls in his innings and hit nine fours. Finch faced 40 balls and hit four fours and four sixes.

Sri Lanka scattered after a good start

Before Warner and Finch, Sri Lankan batsmen were also batting well but due to continuous fall of wickets, Sri Lanka could not score big. Australia won the toss and elected to bowl. Sri Lanka got a good start, but after the fall of a few wickets, it lost its way. His first wicket fell in the form of Danushka Gunathilaka on a total score of 39. He was made his victim by Hazlewood. This batsman scored 26 runs in 15 balls with the help of three fours and one six. After his departure, however, Pathum Nisanka and Charitha Asalanka carried forward the Sri Lankan innings. Nisanka’s innings of 36 runs came to an end on the total score of 100. In his innings, this batsman faced 31 balls and hit two fours and a six. Sri Lanka lost its eight wickets within just 28 runs from here. Charitha Asalanka scored 38 runs and was the highest scorer of the team. He faced 34 balls and hit three fours and a six.

Hazlewood showed up

For Australia, fast bowler Josh Hazlewood took the maximum four wickets. Hazlewood conceded only 16 runs in four overs. Apart from him, Mitchell Starc took three wickets in four overs by spending 26 runs. Kane Richardson took one wicket for 22 runs in 3.3 overs. Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell and Ashton Agar did not get success.

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