New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Only T20 Highlights 11 Jan 2018
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Only T20 Highlights 2019. It will be the winner will take all scenario because it is the only t20 of the series and winner of this match will be the winner of this t20 series. New Zealand bat first in this only t20 vs Sri Lanka. Martin Guptill and Colin Munro open the inning for New Zealand. Sri Lankan skipper Lasith Malinga got a crucial wicket of Martin Guptill in first over and Guptill has gone for one. Tim Siefert is been sent on no 3. But he fails in this plane. Malinga got H Nichols and Sri Lanka was full in the game.
New Zealand 4 down on just 27 runs when Munro lose his wicket after 16. M Santner makes a come back in the team but he also fails to face Sri Lankan bowlers. After 12 overs New Zealand scores 68 runs and they have half of the team back into the dressing room. Taylor the experience and inform batsman score 33 in this inning and falls sixth in the match on 105 runs.
Bracewell played a firing knock of 44 runs to help kiwis for a good total on the board. When he got out New Zealand faces a 7th loss on 143. Kuggelijn played the most threatening inning from kiwis side. He scores 35 of just 15 deliveries. New Zealand score 179 for the loss of 7 wickets.
Now Sri Lanka needs 180 runs in 120 deliveries. N Dickwella and S Samarawickrama open for Sri Lanka. Samarawickrama fails in this t20, got inside edge and then hit the stumps Fergosun got the first success. But Sri Lanka starts very well even they lose a wicket. Sri Lanka was 29 after 2 overs. K Perera went after 23 of 11 deliveries. Bracewell strikes on his first ball of the spell and Sri Lanka lose 3rd on 45. They lose 4th on 94 when they lost the wicket of K Mendis.
T Perera was striking well but he does not take it too long after his 43 of 23 balls. Shanaka was given not out but Sodhi takes the review and got him out LBW. Sri Lanka all out on 144 runs and New Zealand won the only t20 and the series as well by 35 runs. Remember that New Zealand won this match without Kane Williamson.