Australia won the first match by 7 wickets with Sri Lanka

In the seventh match of Super 12 in the T20 World Cup 2022, Australia won the match by 7 wickets with Sri Lanka due to great batting by Marcus Stoinis 59* (18). After winning this match, Australia was placed in the fourth position in Group 1 with 2 points.

Earlier, Australia won the toss and chose to bowl first thus Sri Lanka first batted and made a good score of 157/6 in 20 overs due to great batting by Pathum Nissanka 40 (45), Charith Assalanka 38* (25), and Dhananjaya de Silva 26 (23). Glenn Maxwell 1/5 (1), Mitchell Starc 1/23 (4), Ashton Agar 1/25 (4), Josh Hazlewood 1/26 (4), and Pat Cummins 1/36 (4) were good bowling from the Australian side. After this inning, Sri Lanka set a good target of 158 runs in 20 overs for Australia to win this match.

During chasing, Australia loses 3 wickets, reached the target of 158 runs in 16.3 overs, and won the match by 7 wickets due to great batting by Marcus Stoinis 59* (18), Aaron Finch 31* (42), and Glenn Maxwell 23 (12). Dhananjaya de Silva 1/18 (2.1), Chamika Karunaratne 1/21 (3), and Maheesh Theekshana 1/23 (3) were good bowling from the Sri Lanka side.

Marcus Stoinis (AUS), 59* (18) was declared as the Player of the Match due to his great performance in batting.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. aparna12 says:

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