*India vs Sri Lanka* Angry Sri Lanka Fans Hold Up Team Bus


Angry Sri Lanka fans hold up team bus – Sri Lanka fans angry after the first clean-sweep in the three-match Test series against India and then by nine wickets in the first match of the one-day series played at Dambulla on Sunday. After losing 9 wickets in the Dambulla ODI match India lost the brink of the loyalty of the Sri Lankan fans. Angry Sri Lanka fans hold up team bus for nearly half an hour after the match. The fans expressed their anguish over the suspension of the Sri Lankan players.

What is The Matter??

After the match on Sunday the Angry Sri Lanka Fans expressed their anger by stopping the Sri Lankan players’ team. According to the report nearly 50 Angry Fans are stood at the parking lot of the bus and started slogans and started making noise. The police removed them all with great difficulty.

Due to this incident the departure of the Sri Lankan team from Dambula delayed about half an hour. Angry Sri Lanka Fans have made comments on the team’s poor performance. In this the selectors of the team have become more victims of fan rage.

Sangakkara and Jayawardene Request to Fans

The Sri Lankan team has been performing very poorly on the field for the last several months due to which the fans are very angry with the team. Sri Lankan players are constantly being trolled on social media as well as continuing the question of Sri Lankan Cricket Administration.
On the other side, the current and former players of the Sri Lankan team are constantly appealing to fans that they support the team and support them in the worst times. Team captain Upul Tharanga and former cricketer Kumar Sangakkara and Jayawardene have already expressed support and affection for the Sri Lankan fans, but the angry fans are extremely angry with the team’s performance.
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Sangakkara Request Support Them as One for Fans Video

“When we won, you celebrated with us, and when we lost, you grieved alongside us,” he said. “When the team was struggling – when we were most in need – your love and support was our strength. Now, what our cricketers need is that same, love, support, patience and effort. Let’s hope for the team’s victory, and support them as one,” said Sangakkara.

India vs SriLanka Dambulla ODI Match

Nirvana Dikewela (65) and Dhanushka Gunatilka (35) added good runs for the first wicket to give them a good start. Dikewala then added 65 runs for the second wicket with Kaushal Mendis (36) but after the opener was out. Sri Lanka’s innings crushed as the cards. He lost nine wickets in 77 runs and the whole team was reduced to 216 runs in 43.2 overs.
Former captain Angelo Mathews remained not out after 36 runs. Left-arm spinner Akshar Patel playing his first international match since October last year took 3/34 in 10 overs Which is also his career’s best performance. Improved spinner Kedar Jadhav (2 wickets for 26 runs) again gave the breakthrough on crucial occasions even as Jaspreet Bumrah (2/22 from 2 wickets) again got the effect. Leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal scalped two wickets for 60 runs. Sri Lankan cricket fans had reached a huge number of stadiums. He was expecting an exciting match but the Sri Lankan batsmen who lost all three matches of the Test series.
Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli batted brilliantly by India’s side in the match played on Sunday. Dhawan scored a superb century and scored 132 runs and captain Kohli scored 82 runs from India. There was a great partnership between the two players and both were not out. Team India scored 220 runs in 28.5 overs and won the match by 9 wickets and took 1-0 lead in the series with Sri Lanka.

Dhawan’s Storm Century

*India vs Sri Lanka* Angry Sri Lanka Fans Hold Up Team Bus
Shikhar Dhawan completed his century in just 71 balls the fastest century of his career. The fastest century of the top came in 73 balls. Shikhar made this century in 2013 against the West Indies in Kanpur. Let’s say that this is the 11th century in the peak ODI career. He also scored a century in only 80 balls against South Africa in the 2013 Champions Trophy.


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