World Cup 2019: New Zealand beat Srilanka by 10 Wickets
New Zealand pacers help in the clinical win against Srilankan team in the third match of the ICC Cricket World Cup in Cardiff on Saturday.
The New Zealand pacers destroyed Sri Lanka batting and collapsed the Asian for a total of 136 on the scoreboard.
Kane Willamson New Zealand’s captain after winning the toss made Srilanka bat first.
Only Dimuth Karunaratne from Srilanka side scored a fighting half-century while three batsmen including Kusal Mendis, Angelo Mathews, and Isuru Udana were not even scored a single run.
New Zealand’s openers Martin Guptill and Colin Munro aced the pursuit, as both scored a half-century and crosses the 136 mark in just 16.1 over.
Matt Henry is the Man of the Match for his classical bowling performance (3 Wickets).
Since the last World Cup, Sri Lanka has lost the most number of wickets in the powerplay and the trend continued.
New Zealand next takes on Bangladesh on June 5 whereas Srilanka will face Afganistan on June 4.
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