IND vs SL, Asia Cup 2023 Final: End of Sri Lanka’s Innings – Indian Pacers Trashes Out Lankan Batters

Mohammed Siraj’s Magical Spell stops Sri Lanka on 50/10 in 15.2 overs after the end of first innings

In a stunning turn of events at the R. Premadasa Stadium, the grand finale of the Asia Cup 2023 witnessed a remarkable performance by India’s pace battery that left the Sri Lankan team in tatters. In an astonishing display of seam and swing, Sri Lanka’s innings concluded with a mere 50 runs on the scoreboard, setting an unwanted record in ODI and Asia Cup history.

IND vs SL, Asia Cup 2023 Final: End of Sri Lanka’s Innings – Indian Pacers Trashes Out Lankan Batters

Sri Lanka’s innings began with a sense of anticipation as the nation hoped for a spirited fight in the Asia Cup 2023 final against arch-rivals India. However, the reality proved to be starkly different. India’s relentless pace attack, led by Mohammed Siraj, produced a spellbinding performance that left the Sri Lankan batters struggling for answers.

As wickets tumbled like a house of cards, Sri Lanka found themselves in dire straits. The Sri Lankan batting order succumbed to the relentless pressure imposed by India’s pacers. Sri Lanka’s misery in the match was encapsulated by the fact that none of their batters could muster a significant score.

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One of the standout performers for India was Mohammed Siraj, who delivered a magical spell that dismantled the Sri Lankan batting line-up. His exceptional pace, swing, and control proved to be too much to handle for the Sri Lankan batters.

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With a final score of 50 runs for the loss of all ten wickets, Sri Lanka set an unwelcome record in ODI and Asia Cup history. The team’s inability to counter India’s pace prowess and their struggle against the disciplined bowling attack left fans and cricketing enthusiasts in disbelief.

With Sri Lanka’s innings concluded at just 50 runs, India now faces the task of chasing down the target to clinch the Asia Cup 2023. The Indian team is well-poised to pursue this modest target, and their dominant performance with the ball has undoubtedly bolstered their confidence.

IND vs SL, Asia Cup 2023 Final: End of Sri Lanka’s Innings – Indian Pacers Trashes Out Lankan Batters

Interestingly, this is not the first encounter between these two teams in the tournament. India and Sri Lanka had previously clashed in the Asia Cup 2023, where India emerged victorious with a 41-run win, despite being bundled out for 213 by the Sri Lankan spinners.

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