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1st ODI, Galle International Stadium, Galle, 30 June 2017

Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe 2nd Inn:322/4 (47.4)

Sikandar Raza 67 (56);Malcolm Waller 40 (29);
Amila Aponso 8.4-0-77-0; Akila Dananjaya 10-0-61-1;

Last bat: Sean Williams

Result: Zimbabwe won by 6 wkts.

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Zimbabwe Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Hamilton Masakadza c Dickwella & b Malinga 5 14 0 0 35.71
Solomon Mire c & b Gunaratne 112 96 14 0 116.67
Craig Ervine c Tharanga & b Dananjaya 18 23 2 0 78.26
Sean Williams b Gunaratne 65 69 7 0 94.2
Sikandar Raza not out 67 56 7 1 119.64
Malcolm Waller not out 40 29 4 0 137.93
Peter Moor(wk) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Ryan Burl dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Graeme Cremer(c) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Donald Tiripano dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Tendai Chatara dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 5, w - 9, nb - 1)15
Total(322 for 4 in 47.4 overs)322 (6.76 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/12 (Hamilton Masakadza, 2.4 ov.) 2/46 (Craig Ervine, 10.2 ov.) 3/207 (Solomon Mire, 32.3 ov.)
4/220 (Sean Williams, 34.2 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Lasith Malinga 9 0 51 1 5.67 (3w)
Nuwan Pradeep 9 1 52 0 5.78  
Akila Dananjaya 10 0 61 1 6.1 (1w)
Amila Aponso 8.4 0 77 0 8.88 (3w)
Danushka Gunathilaka 2 0 13 0 6.5 (1w)
Lahiru Madushanka 2 0 18 0 9 (1w)
Asela Gunaratne 7 0 45 2 6.43  
               

Sri Lanka Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Niroshan Dickwella(wk) c Ryan Burl & b Chatara 10 13 1 0 76.92
Danushka Gunathilaka c Craig Ervine & b Sean Williams 60 77 5 1 77.92
Kusal Mendis c & b Cremer 86 80 8 1 107.5
Upul Tharanga not out 79 73 8 1 108.22
Angelo Mathews(c) b Mire 43 30 6 1 143.33
Asela Gunaratne c Waller & b Chatara 28 26 4 0 107.69
Lahiru Madushanka not out 1 1 0 0 100
Lasith Malinga dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Nuwan Pradeep dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Amila Aponso dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Akila Dananjaya dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 1, lb - 2, w - 6, nb - 0)9
Total(316 for 5 in 50 overs)316 (6.32 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/16 (Niroshan Dickwella, 4.1 ov.) 2/133 (Danushka Gunathilaka, 25.2 ov.) 3/180 (Kusal Mendis, 31.3 ov.)
4/254 (Angelo Mathews, 41.5 ov.) 5/310 (Asela Gunaratne, 49.2 ov.)  
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Tendai Chatara 9 1 49 2 5.44 (2w)
Donald Tiripano 6 0 45 0 7.5  
Sean Williams 9 0 57 1 6.33  
Graeme Cremer (c) 10 0 57 1 5.7  
Solomon Mire 7 0 47 1 6.71 (2w)
Sikandar Raza 9 0 58 0 6.44 (2w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Mire, FOUR, a misfield and a four. We've seen that combination more than once today. Second blip from Malinga, albeit in the field this time. A shortish ball outside off, Mire opened the bat face and dinked it to third man. Malinga was slow to bend down and failed to get his body behind the line. The ball sneaks through his legs and runs away to the fence

W

to H Masakadza, out Caught by Dickwella!! Sri Lankans go up for a appeal and umpire Ruchira Palliyaguruge raises his finger. Hold on! He asks the batsman to wait as they are checking for a no-ball. Looks to be on the borderline. Very, very close. Has he got something behind the line? The third umpire is taking his own sweet time and examining different angles. Should be touch and go. OUT it is! The benefit of doubt is given to the bowler here. So, Masakadza has to walk back to the hut. Filth ball really, short and down leg, deserved a boundary, but such is the game that ticks his name in the wicket column. Masakadza swiveled across on the pull, was a bit late and in the end gloves it to Dickwella. So, has compensated for the misfield in the last over. H Masakadza c Dickwella b 5(14)

4

to Mire, FOUR, wow! Mire gets third time lucky. Takes on the short ball and rockets the pull fiercely in front of square on the on-side

4

to Craig Ervine, FOUR, oh dear, that's a snorter from . Sharp bouncer, targetting the torso. Ervine went for the pull, the ball gained extra bounce and took the top-edge before striking the helmet badge to fly over the leg-gully. Races away to the fence

4

to Craig Ervine, FOUR, Ervine breaks the shackles. Changes his grip and reverse-sweeps it to third man. Audacious!

W

to Craig Ervine, out Caught by Tharanga!! strikes. Number two down. This was coming, wasn't it? The pressure was building and Ervine has been chugged down. Mire was struggling with the sweep, now Ervine gets greedy and goes for it. Gets a fat top-edge and skies it to deep backward square leg. Tharanga had to take a few strides in to complete the catch. Too easy. reaps rewards for some accurate and tight bowling. Craig Ervine c Tharanga b 18(23) [4s-2]

4

to Mire, FOUR, poor ball from , offers Mire a gift. Low full toss on the stumps, Mire whips it firmly through mid-wicket

4

to Mire, FOUR, two in two for Mire. Tries the sweep and at last connects one. Sweeps it behind square and earns himself a boundary

4

to Mire, FOUR, plethora of sweeps and reverse sweeps from Mire. Goes low and directs it past slip, races away to the third man fence

4

to Sean Williams, FOUR, sweeps and reverse sweeps galore. Williams takes a cue from his partner and smacks the sweep, bisects two men in the deep, placed it to perfection

4

Madushanka to Sean Williams, FOUR, nicely played by Williams, length ball on his pads, he leanst forward and chipped it wide of mid-wicket, it was in the air but well wide of the fielder as well, rolls away to the fence for another boundary

4

to Mire, FOUR, clubbed, this was nicely tossed up by , Mire gets forward, gets his left leg out of the way and slogs it over mid-wicket, gets it over the amn in the ring and rolls away to the fence

4

Madushanka to Mire, FOUR, fifty for Mire, he's had plenty of luck, but he's making the most of it. Fraction too short from Madushanka, Mire is quick to swivel across, rolls his wrists and pulls it wide of mid-on for a boundary

4

Madushanka to Mire, FOUR, back-to-back boundaries for Mire, banged in short and just outside off, he's quick to rock back and pulls it over mid-on, didn't get hold of the shot - but has enough to clear the man in the ring

4

Madushanka to Mire, leg byes, FOUR, more runs for Zimbabwe, this one's in the form of leg byes, but they wouldn't care. Poor ball from Madushanka, on Mire's legs, he was looking to flick and missed, the ball brushed his pads and beat the keeper on its way to the fence

4

to Sean Williams, FOUR, lovely shot, he loves the sweep shots, this one was right in the zone, full and just outside off, he gets down low, rolls his wrists over and sweeps it past the square leg umpire - nailed it and the man in the deep has no chance

4

to Sean Williams, FOUR, cracking shot, this is a fine exhibition of power-hitting from Williams, short and just outside off, Williams swivels across, rolls his wrists over and pulls it in front of square on the on-side, the man in the deep has no chance

4

to Sean Williams, FOUR, Mathews must start looking worried - even is going for plenty. Another short ball that refuses to rise, Williams swivels across and pummels it past mid-on, no need to run for those

4

to Mire, FOUR, cracking shot, Mire is playing a lovely hand here. This was full and on the stumps, Mire leans forward and plays a picture perfect on-drive, gets it wide of mid-on and races away to the fence

4

to Sean Williams, FOUR, short, wide and four, the crowd has been silenced by this onslaught. Width on offer and Williams cashes in, stands tall and cuts it square on the off-side, beats the fielder diving to his left at cover-point and rolls away to the fence

OT

to Mire, 1 run, flatter and on the stumps, worked away past square leg for a single, brings up the 100-run stand as well

4

to Mire, FOUR, is clearly been put under pressure - all the sweeps and reverse sweeps has led him to bowl poorly at times, this was tossed up just outside off, Mire bent down low, rolled his wrists and got the reverse sweep very fine. Malinga gave up the chase very early

4

to Mire, FOUR, back-to-back boundaries, he's playing a gem here - Mire. This time it's the conventional sweep, flighted delivery just outside off, Mire bends down low and nails it behind square on the on-side, bisected the two men in the deep to perfection

OT

to Sean Williams, 1 run, nicely bowled by , but Williams had control over the drive, This was tossed up wide of off, Williams had to reach out on the drive, gets on top of it and beats cover, raises his 26th ODI fifty as well

D

to Mire, 2 runs, chance and Malinga has put down a catch. Another life for Mire, he went down low and was looking to scoop it over short fine, Malinga ran back a fair way, kept his eyes on the ball, but only manages to get a hand onto it. It rebounded off his thigh and very nearly ran away to the ropes. Mire survives once again

4

to Mire, FOUR, there it is! Maiden ODI hundred for Mire. It's a been a special knock, take a bow! Removes his helmet and gets a hug from his partner. The Zimbabwe dressing room are up on their feet. However, he knows the job is not done yet. Smacks one straight down the ground and stands motionless. Fantastic!

OT

to Mire, 1 run, 150-stand up between the two. Nudged away through mid-wicket

4

to Mire, FOUR, "He is dealing in boundaries" shouts Russel Arnold on air. It was a slower ball from , Mire picked it up early and swats it past mid-on

4

to Mire, FOUR, boundaries are coming thick and fast. A real loosener from , angling down leg, Mire gets a faint tickle on it and helps it on its way past short fine

W

to Mire, out Caught&Bowled!! Got him. The golden arm of has done the trick. The crowd has woken up. This is a big, big wicket for Sri Lanka. Could be the turning point of the game. The set batsman, the centurion has to depart. Looked like a tired shot. It was a slower off-cutter from , dipped in a bit and kind of stopped on the wicket. Mire tamely pushed it back to the bowler, didn't bother to keep it down and ain't dropping those. Takes a good low catch. Replays show that he skewed it off the toe-end of the bat. Mire c and b 112(96) [4s-14]

4

to Sean Williams, FOUR, it has been a recurring feature - the reverse sweep to . Williams brings out the broom and reverse sweeps it past short third man, who gives up the chase midway

W

to Sean Williams, out Bowled!! Cometh the hour, cometh the man. removes both the set batsmen now. What a wicket for Sri Lanka. Are we going to see a Zimbabwe collapse here? Anyway, fabulous innings from Williams comes to an end. A slow dipper on leg, it dips and dupes the batsman. He was a touch lazy as he went for the flick - played all around it. Misses and the ball pins the boot before rolling back onto the stumps. exults in delight. Sri Lanka are cock-a-hoop. Sean Williams b 65(69) [4s-7]

4

to Raza, FOUR, they are using the sweep shot to great effect. Tossed up outside off, Raza goes low and nails it in front of square on the on-side

4

to Raza, FOUR, Raza is following the footsteps of Mire and Williams. Slowish on off, Raza squats low and sweeps it powerfully in front of square on the on-side

4

to Raza, FOUR, walloped! Raza skips down the ground and lifts it inside-out over extra cover. Couple of bounces and into the fence

4

to Raza, FOUR, two fours in a row. This will hurt Sri Lanka. Flatter and enough width for Raza to back away and cream it through extra cover. No chance for the extra cover fielder

4

to Raza, FOUR, beautifully played, Raza is playing a real cameo here, marginally short and wide of off from , he's all over that, rocks back and punches it in front of square on the off-side, beats cover and rolls away to the fence

4

to Raza, FOUR, Raza doesn't want to take this to the last over, spots the slower length ball early and goes inside out over cover with the drive, no one in the deep and it's a boundary very early in the over - pressure back on and Sri Lanka

4

to Waller, FOUR, a boundary early in the over and Zimbabwe are inching closer and closer. This was dropped short and wide of off, Waller made room and went hard on the cut, gets a thick edge that bisected the dives of both fielders - at backward point and short third man

4

to Waller, FOUR, lovely shot, Waller is turning it on here, this was tossed up on off, Waller makes room and goes inside out over cover, the man in the deep is very square and has no chance

4

to Waller, FOUR, third boundary of the over and Zimbabwe are cruising towards the victory post. This was tossed up slower and just outside off, Waller waits on it, plays with an open face and slices it to the right of the despairing dive from the man at backward point. The crowd look shocked, so does Mathews

4

to Waller, FOUR, smashed, length delivery outside off, Waller clears his left leg and drills it through extra-cover. No one moved as the ball scorched across this fast outfield

OT

to Raza, 1 run, fifty for Raza, it's been a match-winning knock, gets a good round of applause from the Zimbabwe balcony. Came down the track and worked a well flighted delivery wide of mid-wicket

4

to Raza, FOUR, the reverse sweep and Raza has nailed it, flighted delivery on the stumps, Raza gets down low, reverses his stance and sweeps it powerfully behind square on the off-side, the man in the deep has no chance

6

to Raza, SIX, Zimbabwe create history, chase down a record score at Galle. They go 1-0 up in the 5-match series, this is their first win in any form of cricket in Sri Lanka, this is also the highest run-chase by any team against Sri Lanka in ODIs in Sri Lanka. Plenty of happy faces in the Zimbabwe camp as they shake hands. Dejected look on the faces of the Sri Lankan fielders. One of the biggest upsets in recent times, Heath Streak, the Zimbabwe head coach, beams a happy smile on his face. Coming to the ball, this was tossed up on the stumps, Raza came down the track and heaved it high into the stands at long-on, first six of the chase and a fitting way to end it all

4

to Gunathilaka, FOUR, caps off the over with a fabulous shot. Instagrammable! Half-volley outside off, Gunathilaka leans forward with his high elbows and creams the drive through extra cover. Feet close to the ball, that was the key

4

to Dickwella, FOUR, magnificent. Didn't try to hit it hard, relied only on timing. A back of a length delivery outside off, Dickwella inclines his bat towards the ball and punches it behind point. Raced away to the fence in a jiffy, no chance for the third man fielder despite his full-length dive

W

to Dickwella, out Caught by Ryan Burl!! Gone. You live by the sword and die by it. Dickwella got a little bit carried away and has been chugged down. A really poor shot, kept it full and outside off, Dickwella backed away a bit and then on seeing the ball outside off, reaches out for it with his wielding willow. Cracks the drive in the air and straight to cover. Burl completes a good low catch. is pumped, so are the rest of his teammates. Dickwella c Ryan Burl b 10(13) [4s-1]

4

to Gunathilaka, FOUR, thumped! is not getting his lines right. A fuller length delivery outside off, no movement whatsoever, Gunathilaka takes a step forward, flexes his strong forearms and blasts it over mid-off

4

to Gunathilaka, FOUR, wow. This has been bullied and looked as though he was waiting for it. breaks the monotony and bangs it short without any purpose, Gunathilaka takes it over his head, swivels around and pulls it right off the middle in front of square

4

to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, short and punished. compliments with width, Mendis cashes in, reaches out and punches it with a horizontal willow through cover

4

to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, overcorrects and lands it full on middle, Mendis gets inside the line, rolls his wrists and the bat face turns in his hand to find the gap past mid-on. The fielder gives the chase but in vain

4

to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, gives this one a lot more air, but it turns out to be a low full toss, Mendis was a little befuddled as he slams the drive - his bottom hand came off the handle but he was in control on that

4

to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, cracking shot, short and on the stumps, Mendis swivels across, rolls his wrists and pulls it in front of square on the on-side, becomes the third fastest Sri Lankan batsman to register 1000 career ODI run

6

to Gunathilaka, SIX, top-edge and six, some luck for Gunathilaka, the wind has saved him here. Short and on the stumps, hurried Gunathilaka on the pull, he was in no control and the top-edge swirled around with the wind. Masakadza set himself up under the ball, but the wind kept taking it away from him. In the end, he makes a desperate one-handed dive, but the ball drops over the ropes

OT

to Gunathilaka, 1 run, flighted delivery outside off, Gunathilaka pushes it wide of cover-point and scampers across for a quick single, raises his fifty as well, 5th in ODIs

4

to Gunathilaka, FOUR, short, wide and four, poor ball from , short and plenty of width as well, Gunathilaka went hard on the cut and gets a thick edge, beats backward point to his right and rolls away to the fence

4

Williams to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, fifty for Mendis, his 11th in ODIs. Good use of the feet, gets close to the ball and drives it through the line, didn't get it off the middle of the bat - but finds the gap wide of mid-on

4

Williams to Gunathilaka, FOUR, Chatara doesn't go for the catch, allows the ball to bounce in front of the ropes and concedes a boundary, Williams doesn't look amused either. This was tossed up on the leg-stump line, Gunathilaka went for the big sweep, gets a fat top-edge, high and behind square. Chatara lumbered across to his right, doesn't bother to go for the catch or prevent the boundary

W

Williams to Gunathilaka, out Caught by Craig Ervine!! Williams has his man and squeals in delight, 50th ODI wicket for the left-arm spinner. This was tossed up on the stumps, Gunathilaka went down low as he looked to play the reverse sweep, doesn't get on top of the bounce, only manages a top-edge and it's a dolly for Ervine - at backward point. Gunathilaka c Craig Ervine b Williams 60(77) [4s-5 6s-1]

4

Williams to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, poor ball from Williams, drops it short and wide of off, Mendis makes room and cracks it in front of square on the off-side, beats cover and rolls away to the fence

4

to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, classy, just a shimmy down the track, gets close to the ball, played it against the turn, but with a straight bat, beat mid-on to his left and rolls away to the fence

4

to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, expensive return from , tossed this one down the leg-side, Mendis bent down low, rolled his wrists over and swept it very fine, beats short fine to his right and rolled away to the fence. 13 from the over

6

to Tharanga, SIX, Tharanga brings up 6000 runs in ODI cricket in style. A rank long hop from , Tharanga had enough time to pause, choose his spot. He muscles it flat and hard over mid-wicket for a maximum

6

to Kusal Mendis, SIX, now Mendis takes a leaf out of Tharanga's book. Marches down the track, knew the mid-on was inside the ring so he lofts it through the line. Plenty of height and it comfortably sails over the ropes

W

to Kusal Mendis, out Caught&Bowled!! That's a stunning catch from . Mendis is disgusted with himself as he hits his bat on the turf. Certainly missed out on a hundred here. But credit to the Zimbabwe captain. Didn't get bogged down after that six. He tossed it up on leg, lots of air on it. The ball dipped a fraction and that might have hoodwinked Mendis. He closed the bat face early and popped it back - off the leading edge, stretches his right-hand and plucks it out nonchalantly. Kusal Mendis c and b 86(80) [4s-8 6s-1]

4

to Tharanga, FOUR, fine shot from Tharanga. Makes up for the dot balls. Leant forward and caressed the drive past mid-off with supreme ease

4

to Mathews, FOUR, improvisation from Mathews, high percentage shot. Changes his grip and unfurls the reverse sweep, lifts it over cover. No protection there

4

to Mathews, FOUR, overbakes and offers a half-volley outside off, Mathews gets under it and slaps it ferociously through extra cover

4

to Tharanga, FOUR, sensible from Tharanga. Slogs with the wind, just whiplashes it over mid-wicket. Couple of bounces and over the ropes

4

to Mathews, FOUR, second boundary of the over. Poor bowling from , angles it flat outside off, Mathews uses his bottom hand into play. Thrashes it firmly through extra cover

4

to Mathews, FOUR, "They're putting the foot down now," warns Dean Jones on air. Flat and fabricated with width, Mathews engineers room and flays the cut past point

4

to Mathews, FOUR, follows it up with a horror ball, leg-break down leg, Mathews went low for the sweep, gets a fine tickle and sends it past short fine

4

to Mathews, FOUR, goes short but Mathews makes him pay. Takes it from over his head and smacks the pull behind square on the on-side. Imperious!

6

to Mathews, SIX, classy, he made it look very easy - length delivery outside off, Mathews backs away and lifts it through the line, has enough power to send it sailing over the ropes for a maximum. The man in the deep thought he had a chance, was a fair way inside the ropes and simply watches it go over his head

4

to Tharanga, FOUR, nicely played by Tharanga, spotted the slower ball early, backed away and went over cover with the cut, three men give chase, but the ball trickles over the ropes

W

to Mathews, out Bowled!! That's a big wicket for , Mathews was looking extremely dangerous, but his imperiosity gets the better of him. On a length and holding its line around off, Mathews was way too early as he looked to swing this one over the mid-wicket fence, the ball curled past the closed face of the bat and clatters into the off-stump. Mathews throws his head away in disgust as he walks back, end of a fine cameo, the dangerous looking Mathews has been dismissed. Mathews b 43(30) [4s-6 6s-1]

4

to Gunaratne, FOUR, nicely done by Gunaratne, gets down low, uses the pace on the ball and laps it behind square on the on-side - took it on the full and got it behind square on the on-side

OT

Williams to Tharanga, 1 run, fuller length delivery outside off, driven down towards long-off for a single, raises his fifty as well

4

Williams to Tharanga, FOUR, excellent use of the feet from Tharanga, came down the track, didn't get close to the ball - that allowed him to free his arms. The two men in the deep were very wide and he sent it right over the umpire's head

4

to Tharanga, FOUR, lovely shot, that ruins the over for , misses his yorker by an inch, ends up as a half-volley, Tharanga makes room and chips it back over the umpire's head, a few bounces and over the ropes

4

Williams to Gunaratne, FOUR, poor ball from Williams, drops it short and offers width outside off, Gunaratne makes room and carves it over cover, couple of bounces and over the ropes

4

Williams to Tharanga, FOUR, lovely shot, fraction shorter in length and that allows Tharanga to get underneath the delivery, comes down the track and lifts it wide of mid-wicket, a couple of bounces and over the ropes

4

to Gunaratne, FOUR, cheeky from Gunaratne, gets down low, reverses his stance, stays still and scoops it over short third man. It was a full-toss alright, but the execution was perfect

4

to Gunaratne, FOUR, that ruins the over for , full and wide of off, right in the slot for Gunaratne. He gets forward and thumps it through extra-cover, no need to run for those, raises Sri Lanka's 300 as well

4

to Tharanga, FOUR, Zimbabwe are bleeding runs at the death, Tharanga comes down the track, takes the slower ball on the full and clears extra-cover with the drive, beats the fielder getting across from the deep

W

to Gunaratne, out Caught by Waller!! Zimbabwe and have been rewarded for their good bowling against Gunaratne. This was another slower short ball, wide of off as well. No pace for Gunaratne to work it, he shuffled across and was looking to club it over mid-wicket, might have struck a tad higher on the bat, spoons it in the air and Waller takes a simple catch at deep mid-wicket. Gunaratne c Waller b 28(26) [4s-4]

4

to Tharanga, FOUR, nicely played by Tharanga, third man was inside the ring, Tharanga backs away, uses the pace on the ball and steers it to the right of the fielder, no need to run for those

OT

to Tharanga, no run, loud shout for a caught behind, but umpire Gould isn't fooled as he signals a wide. This was full and slipping down the leg-side, Tharanga was looking to flick and missed. But Zimbabwe aren't backing down either, they want a review. Was there any bat on that, can't say with any certainty. Do we have UltraEdge for this series? Will get to know in a while. The onfield call is NOT OUT. Hang on! The ball has brushed the pads on its way to the keeper. No bat, so it's NOT OUT, but the wide doesn't count either. In a way, Zimbabwe's review has been successful. Sri Lanka finish with 316