Commentary - Wi Vs Sl Sri Lanka Tour Of West Indies 2021, cricinfo, mobilecric, cricbuzz, livescore and more

West Indies vs Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore West Indies vs Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I 21 Wednesday April 2021 010248000000 Sri Lanka won by 43 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 21 Wednesday April 2021 010248000000 SL - 160/6 (20) WI - 117 (18.4) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 21 Wednesday April 2021 010248000000 CRR:  6.27 Player of the Match Wanindu Hasaranga Scorecard Refresh Commentary Sri Lanka have ended their nine-match winless streak in style. West Indies' batsmen vs Sri Lankan spinners will once again be the main battle to look forward to as this series heads to a decider to determine the winner. Join us on Sunday night to decide who comes out on top. Until then, it's goodbye from all of us down here.. Wanindu Hasaranga, Player of the Match - The wicket was slow, I was trying to hit a good line and length, keep a check on the runs. Akila bowls with a new ball, while I usually bowl after the powerplay. Hence, I prefer to bowl nice lines and lengths. 21:24 Local Time, 01:24 GMT, 06:54 IST: Sri Lanka keep the series alive with a comprehensive win. They got everything right tonight. Won the toss, opted to bat and tactically included an extra spinner which turned out to be a masterstroke. After a solid 95-run opening stand, the visitors lost their way in the second half of the innings, but 160 turned out to be more than enough as the Sri Lanka spinners were too hot to handle for the Caribbean side. West Indies never really got going in their chase. There was a 20-run over off Perera in the powerplay, but that was a one-off over. Akila was tight with the new ball, Hasaranga weaved his magic in the middle overs and Sandakan provided the finishing touches by removing the big fish. All in all, it was a superb all-round performance from the Sri Lankans. 18.4 Sandakan to Kevin Sinclair, out Caught by Pathum Nissanka!! Sri Lanka win by 43 runs! In the air and taken. Very slow through the air - 71kph. Was a googly from a shortened length and Sinclair got down on one leg to slog-sweep it away. Made decent contact but couldn't get the required elevation. Nissanka, at deep backward square leg, times his jump perfectly to snaffle it above his head, Kevin Sinclair c Pathum Nissanka b Sandakan 3(8) Sandakan to Kevin Sinclair, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 18.3 Sandakan to F Edwards, 1 run, tossed up delivery, a full toss, Edwards comes down the track and swings his bat hard. Miscued to long-off 18.2 Sandakan to F Edwards, no run, quick leggie, punched to the bowler's left Fidel Edwards, right handed bat, comes to the crease 18.1 Sandakan to Obed McCoy, out Bowled!! Swings and misses. Obed McCoy's cameo comes to an end. Shimmies down the track to play across the line. Sandakan smartly bowled a quick slider from a shortened length and the batsman failed to lay bat on ball. Hears the death does the southpaw. Second wicket for Sandakan. Obed McCoy b Sandakan 23(7) [4s-2 6s-2] Sandakan to Obed McCoy, THATS OUT!! Bowled!! WI: 116-8 after 18 overs 17.6 Perera to Obed McCoy, 1 run, full toss, battered down to long-off and the fielder doesn't err on this occasion. 23 runs off the over 17.5 Perera to Obed McCoy, FOUR , oh dear! Another half-volley, Obed McCoy shuffles and lifts it over the non-striker's head. A straightforward stop, but the long-off fielder makes a mess of it 17.4 Perera to Obed McCoy, FOUR , Obed McCoy continues to toy with Perera. Overpitchd outside off, Obed McCoy drills it through extra cover. Bullets away to the fence 17.3 Perera to Obed McCoy, SIX , 112kph, slow and short, Obed McCoy clears his front leg, waits for the ball and pummels it over deep mid-wicket with a pull shot. Authoritative! 17.2 Perera to Obed McCoy, 2 runs, 112kph, slower and shorter, Obed McCoy plays across the line and McCoy comes back for the second 17.1 Perera to Obed McCoy, SIX , Perera bowls a slot ball and Obed McCoy swings his bat to loft it over long-off. Got under it and hoisted it handsomely Thisara Perera [1.0-0-19-0] is back into the attack WI: 93-8 after 17 overs 16.6 Sandakan to Kevin Sinclair, no run, googly, Kevin Sinclair misses the sweep. Pitched outside leg Obed McCoy, left handed bat, comes to the crease 16.5 Sandakan to Pollard, out Caught by Chandimal!! And, he's gone! That should be the game. Mickey Arthur is elated. Full and wide of off, Pollard backs away and looks to go over extra cover. Doesn't get the timing right and ends up slicing it to deep cover where Chandimal takes a calm catch. Sandakan, brought into the game, gets rid of the in-form player. Pollard c Chandimal b Sandakan 13(15) [6s-1] Load More Commentary

West Indies vs Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore West Indies vs Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I 21 Wednesday April 2021 010248000000

Sri Lanka won by 43 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 21 Wednesday April 2021 010248000000

SL - 160/6 (20)
WI - 117 (18.4)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 21 Wednesday April 2021 010248000000
CRR:  6.27

Player of the Match

Commentary

Sri Lanka have ended their nine-match winless streak in style. West Indies' batsmen vs Sri Lankan spinners will once again be the main battle to look forward to as this series heads to a decider to determine the winner. Join us on Sunday night to decide who comes out on top. Until then, it's goodbye from all of us down here..

Wanindu Hasaranga, Player of the Match - The wicket was slow, I was trying to hit a good line and length, keep a check on the runs. Akila bowls with a new ball, while I usually bowl after the powerplay. Hence, I prefer to bowl nice lines and lengths.

21:24 Local Time, 01:24 GMT, 06:54 IST: Sri Lanka keep the series alive with a comprehensive win. They got everything right tonight. Won the toss, opted to bat and tactically included an extra spinner which turned out to be a masterstroke. After a solid 95-run opening stand, the visitors lost their way in the second half of the innings, but 160 turned out to be more than enough as the Sri Lanka spinners were too hot to handle for the Caribbean side. West Indies never really got going in their chase. There was a 20-run over off Perera in the powerplay, but that was a one-off over. Akila was tight with the new ball, Hasaranga weaved his magic in the middle overs and Sandakan provided the finishing touches by removing the big fish. All in all, it was a superb all-round performance from the Sri Lankans.

18.4 Sandakan to Kevin Sinclair, out Caught by Pathum Nissanka!! Sri Lanka win by 43 runs! In the air and taken. Very slow through the air - 71kph. Was a googly from a shortened length and Sinclair got down on one leg to slog-sweep it away. Made decent contact but couldn't get the required elevation. Nissanka, at deep backward square leg, times his jump perfectly to snaffle it above his head, Kevin Sinclair c Pathum Nissanka b Sandakan 3(8)

Sandakan to Kevin Sinclair, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

18.3 Sandakan to F Edwards, 1 run, tossed up delivery, a full toss, Edwards comes down the track and swings his bat hard. Miscued to long-off

18.2 Sandakan to F Edwards, no run, quick leggie, punched to the bowler's left

Fidel Edwards, right handed bat, comes to the crease

18.1 Sandakan to Obed McCoy, out Bowled!! Swings and misses. Obed McCoy's cameo comes to an end. Shimmies down the track to play across the line. Sandakan smartly bowled a quick slider from a shortened length and the batsman failed to lay bat on ball. Hears the death does the southpaw. Second wicket for Sandakan. Obed McCoy b Sandakan 23(7) [4s-2 6s-2]

Sandakan to Obed McCoy, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!

WI: 116-8 after 18 overs

17.6 Perera to Obed McCoy, 1 run, full toss, battered down to long-off and the fielder doesn't err on this occasion. 23 runs off the over

17.5 Perera to Obed McCoy, FOUR, oh dear! Another half-volley, Obed McCoy shuffles and lifts it over the non-striker's head. A straightforward stop, but the long-off fielder makes a mess of it

17.4 Perera to Obed McCoy, FOUR, Obed McCoy continues to toy with Perera. Overpitchd outside off, Obed McCoy drills it through extra cover. Bullets away to the fence

17.3 Perera to Obed McCoy, SIX, 112kph, slow and short, Obed McCoy clears his front leg, waits for the ball and pummels it over deep mid-wicket with a pull shot. Authoritative!

17.2 Perera to Obed McCoy, 2 runs, 112kph, slower and shorter, Obed McCoy plays across the line and McCoy comes back for the second

17.1 Perera to Obed McCoy, SIX, Perera bowls a slot ball and Obed McCoy swings his bat to loft it over long-off. Got under it and hoisted it handsomely

Thisara Perera [1.0-0-19-0] is back into the attack

WI: 93-8 after 17 overs

16.6 Sandakan to Kevin Sinclair, no run, googly, Kevin Sinclair misses the sweep. Pitched outside leg

Obed McCoy, left handed bat, comes to the crease

16.5 Sandakan to Pollard, out Caught by Chandimal!! And, he's gone! That should be the game. Mickey Arthur is elated. Full and wide of off, Pollard backs away and looks to go over extra cover. Doesn't get the timing right and ends up slicing it to deep cover where Chandimal takes a calm catch. Sandakan, brought into the game, gets rid of the in-form player. Pollard c Chandimal b Sandakan 13(15) [6s-1]