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England vs Sri Lanka Highlights

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Woakes cuts the ball past the backward point and lets out a roar of joy. Finally, after all this time, England won. Ben Stokes took them across the finish line, ending undefeated with a score of 42 off 36 balls. There were doubts over whether he belonged in the batting order. Still, when they needed him most, Stokes always stepped up to bat – providing his team an escape route every time they were on their back heels. Two overs ago, he had expertly stolen runs where none existed before – converting singles into doubles while keeping down balls just outside the boundary ropes until they could go home happy. It would be evident that if Dawid Malan cannot show up for England in their next match against New Zealand, then it is without question that it is Stokes that needs to take up the position.

England vs. Sri Lanka Highlights

Sri Lanka won the toss and batted first.

1st over ( Sri Lanka 9-0 )

Ben Stokes sends his first ball wide of the crease, but Pathum hits the next one quickly over the short boundary line for six. At just 62 meters long, this net was made to encourage hitters tonight.

2nd over (Sri Lanka 15-0)

The camera panned out of the stadium and caught the flickering light from the sun setting across the horizon. Chris Woakes had been bowling with all his might. Three wickets for 150 in twenty20 matches flashed across the screen- no boundaries but some skillful running combined with an excellent diving catch on the edge of this turf.

3rd over ( Sri Lanka 32-0 )

Mark Wood, the quickest bowler from the other team, flashes in. Mendis does not wait patiently and slams a whopper, which lands rows behind the stands. Two girls playfully dress up as watermelon slices. Wood falls after his follow-through, but Mendis grabs hold of another ball before it can touch down and throws it miles high to hit Liam Livingstone on top of his head. Nissanka smiles broadly at this sight.

4th over ( Sri Lanka 39-1 )

Mark Wood walks off the field after his eventful outing- hopefully, something and nothing. The border move continues when Mendis gives Woakes another 4 squares. Woakes responds with a comprehensive, soaring delivery over Mendis’ head; then gets another breakthrough -spectacular acrobatics by Livingstone, and England needed that.

5th over ( Sri Lanka 52-1 )

Thirteen runs were scored off Sam Curran’s first over, as Pathum was keen to continue running after losing his opening partner. He managed a six with a lucky shot that flew over some tall players’ heads before it reached the boundary.

6th over ( Sri Lanka 54-1 )

Relief for England as Buttler turned to Rashid and asserted some control, bringing just two singles from it. Wood then got onto the field again.

7th over ( Sri Lanka 65-1 )

Fresh from his victory at the game of field, Liam Livingstone came up to bat. When it was all said and done, England had a rough time when Pakistan knocked them out for six at the end.

8th over ( Sri Lanka 71-1 )

Rashid was again able to restrict the scoring – six runs off of one over.

9th over ( Sri Lanka 75-2 )

Another Sam Curran goal in a spectacular World Cup – he is the second-highest wicket-taker. And just four runs from this over!

9.3 overs ( Sri Lanka 78-2 )

The Sri Lankan players managed to escape being run out but were not injured as they collided mid-pitch in their hurry. The team doctor emerged from the dugout and took care of the injuries and dehydration from drinking drinks during play.

10th over ( Sri Lanka 78-2 )

Moreover, Sri Lanka’s momentum is slowing at halftime, yet they are still managing to keep up with England.

11th over ( Sri Lanka 84-3 )

Great stuff from Stokes- bouncing the ball off the pitch, making for three easy runs and a wicket.

12th over ( Sri Lanka 89-3 )

Spinners from both sides put pressure on one another throughout the innings. Pathum reaches fifty off thirty-three balls thanks to five wickets taken by Spin bowling for England.

13th over ( Sri Lanka 100-3 )

Pathum takes a swing at an easy pitch and sends it sailing into the stands. Six runs score before he makes contact again, sending another fly ball soaring over two stunned runners for four more points.

14th over ( Sri Lanka 104-3 )

Rashid was not the English team’s wicket-taking machine in this tournament. However, he did provide some valuable and accurate overs while his shirt was untucked.

15th over ( Sri Lanka 116-3 )

After pinching his groin, Dawid Maran limped off the field and immediately signaled to the dressing room. As he makes his slow way around, Ben Stokes displays ballet-like defenses, sprints, and sharp turns – catching the ball before it could go past him or score. He threw it back onto the field just in time for Dawid’s teammate to make another catch which scored two points. Afterward, Bhanuka hits out at six runs – with ease.

16th over ( Sri Lanka 120-4 )

A World Cup wicket finally came for Rashid after he was batting badly in this game. With just four overs left to go, Sri Lanka lost their momentum.

17th over ( Sri Lanka 123-4 )

Sam Curran scurried around the field and tight-fisted with his bat.

18th over ( Sri Lanka 128-5 )

Five from the over, Mark Wood is fizzingly quick and superbly skilled at this point in the game.

19th over ( Sri Lanka 134-5 )

A quick flick of the ball by Wanindu brought a run for Sri Lanka off of Sam Curran’s fourth ball- after he had given away singles until now. Eight runs were brought across from this over, but they would need much more to reach 150, considering how well they started.

20th over ( Sri Lanka 141-8 )

Instead of a limp and lifeless ending to the Sri Lankan innings, it was replaced with an exciting finale after they were 52 for one at the end of five overs. A well-deserved wicket finally arrived for England’s Adil Rashid, along with a compelling batting performance from Pathum – but it just was not enough.

1st over ( England 3-0 )

The first of Sri Lanka’s innings, Mahesh Jayawardene – wearing a cuff of dark material which sticks out from the inside of his sleeve – takes an early wicket for England. However, when Hales’ bat gets caught and becomes wedged, he trips over himself to take another catch off Mendis’ final delivery.

2nd over ( England 15-0 )

Kasun Rajitha sends a full-pitched ball outside the off-stump to Alex Hales, who drives it straight back at the bowler.

3rd over ( England 24-0 )

Buttler has been dismissed for a duck by Mahindra. He swung his bat wildly but missed the ball, which sailed over the top of the stumps and past Mendis’s gloves before touching the ground outside off stump.

4th over ( England 38-0 )

Hales drives the ball perfectly like he is solving a complex math problem and slides through it with finesse. The next is easily hit out for four more runs. Sri Lanka has to endure a penalty-free hit which only gets them one run when Buttler slaps it hard against him. Hales tops off his perfect over when he hits him right in the stomach with his last swing.

5th over ( England 50-0 )

This does not look like it will end well for Sri Lanka -or Australia.

6th over ( England 70-0 )

Hale steps up, thumping the ball into Rajitha’s body with force and biffs for four runs. He follows up with another four runs off a low full toss. They take a brief break from playing as Sri Lanka reviews a caught-behind. Hale then sends out his best shot, smashing it over long-on boundary line for four more runs, bringing home the victory.

7th over ( England 74-0 )

Wanindu Hasaranga to Alex Hales gets behind the line and chucks it over towards long on for a run. Like a spinning top, he turns around quickly before dashing back into his batting stance.

8th over ( England 76-1 )

Stokes replaced Buttler, who was hindered by a groin strain, as Wanindu finished off his wicket-taking over with three dots.

9th over ( England 79-1 )

Dhananjaya controls Alex Hales- six from the over, and not a single boundary to be found.

10th over ( England 86-2 )

Two new batters at the crease, but we can still predict England will win by ninety-five percent.

11th over ( England 93-3 )

Stokes grabs onto his first catch of the game, nipping it from the air just before he lets it fall to the ground or tosses it over. It was all taken care of now- he did not need to worry about it anymore.

12th over ( England 98-3 )

Wanindu bowled his last over of the game, finishing with figures of 4-0-23-2.

13th over ( England 98-3 )

Nothing crossed the rope, but nothing had to: 8 from the over and 36 needed from just 42 deliveries. England was content to play until victory was gained.

14th over ( England 110-4 )

32 runs are needed off 36 balls. Lahiru is up to the task. Sri Lanka’s fielding has suddenly become buzzing – it seems that this might be Ben Stokes’ time.

15th over ( England 113-5 )

The predictions have decreased slightly – now at 90% for England, but it may also be too generous. Three people have been out of the game this round, and all that remains is an easy task. England needs a small quantity of calmness to handle the situation.

16th over ( England 121-5 )

Stokes begins the over with a boundary, then proceeds to complement his innings with sensible batting that reduces the equation to 21 runs from 24.

17th over ( England 121-5 )

England is content to take just one at a time, opting for singles and smartly running twos. They only need 15 runs from 18 balls.

18th over ( England 129-6 )

Three dots to signal the end of Lahiru’s over. Sam Curran swings hard and hits it high, but the ball does not fly far enough out of the fielder’s reach. Dawid Malan stands in the dugout with nervous energy zipping around him while biting his nails down to stubs. The Sri Lankan fans celebrate wildly while supporters back home anxiously bite their fingernails or nibble at them, waiting for something to happen. However, Sam Curran launches a risky shot – riskier than expected – but he pulls it off this time!

19th over ( England 137-6 )

Today, England gambled on Woakes over the injured Malan – but before today, he had not batted in the World Cup. They scored just one run off Rajitha’s first ball, which could have been two if they had managed to handle it better. A leg bye followed, and then a full toss that Rajitha agonizingly missed.

19.4 overs ( England 144-6 )

Lahiru had just finished bowling the last over while Ben Stokes took two balls for runs through the cover. Tom Woakes followed suit and got two off of four deliveries to win the game. No batter could lay a finger on Lahiru’s first delivery, but his fourth hit of six went for 4 runs. He high-fived Ben, and they removed their caps – this match was always theirs!

ICC World Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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