India vs Sri Lanka vs New Zealand International Triangular Series 2010Comprehensive Cricket News, Latest Information and Live ball-by-ball Commentary.
- India vs New Zealand, Dambulla 10 August 2010
- Sri Lanka vs New Zealand, Dambulla 13 August 2010
- Sri Lanka vs India, Dambulla 16 August 2010
- Sri Lanka vs New Zealand, Dambulla 19 August 2010
- Sri Lanka vs India, Dambulla 22 August 2010
- India vs New Zealand, Dambulla 25 August 2010
- Tri-Series final at Colombo SSC 28 August 2010
One-day international tri-series between Sri Lanka, New Zealand and India
Sri Lanka Triangular Series, Final: India vs Sri Lanka ODI at Dambulla Aug 28
Final, IND vs SRL: Sri Lanka beat India to win tri-series finals
Aug 28, 2009Tillakaratne Dilshan scored a fine century that inspired Sri Lanka to a comprehensive 74-run over India in the Triangular Series final here on Saturday. A 121-run opening partnership between Dilshan and Mahela Jayawardene gave Sri Lanka a control of proceedings.India's chase faltered when Virender Sehwag (28) was run out while captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (67) was last man out as India subsided to 225 all out.
IND v SRL, Final, Dambulla: Sri Lanka 299/8 (Dilshan 110, Sangakkara 71, Munaf 2-43) beat India 225 (Dhoni 67, Perera 3-36, Randiv 3-40) by 74 runs
India vs New Zealand ODI at Dambulla Aug 25
IND vs NZL: Sehwag sends India into final
Aug 25, 2009India booked their place in the tri-series final against Sri Lanka with a resounding 105-run victory over New Zealand in Dambulla. Virender Sehwag was the architect of the victory as he rescued a flagging Indian innings by smacking 110. India lost opener Dinesh Karthik without a run on the board and then slumped to 66 for four before captain M.S. Dhoni and Sehwag added 107 runs for the fifth wicket. Sehwag raced to his hundred in 87 balls and finished with 110 off just 93 balls where he hit 16 fours and a six. Once Sehwag was dismissed, India collapsed again, losing five wickets for 34 runs. Apart from Sehwag and Dhoni only Ravindra Jadeja managed to go past double figures as once again ball dominated over bat. Following a crushing defeat at the hands of Sri Lanka, India had to come up with a spirited effort and Sehwag provided the launching pad with his 13th ODI hundred and the sixth against the New Zealanders. It will be another Sri Lanka - India final, two sides that have often played each other during the last two years or so and with conditions here so unpredictable, the toss will have too much to decide.
IND v NZL, 6th Match, Dambulla: India 223 (Sehwag 110, Southee 4-49, McCullum 3-35) beat New Zealand 118 (Mills 52, Praveen 3-34, Patel 3-21) by 105 runs
India vs Sri Lanka ODI at Dambulla Aug 22
IND vs SRL: Perera fiver guides Sri Lanka to tri-series final
Aug 22, 2009Sri Lanka's batsmen capped off an impressive bowling performance to record an emphatic eight-wicket win over India in the fifth one-day international of the triangular series at Dambulla. Chasing a mere 104 for victory after Thisara Perera's career-best figures of five for 28 had brought about an Indian batting collapse, the hosts were able to reach the target in a little more than 15 overs without much trouble.
India, after slipping to their worst defeat in terms of balls remaining, face New Zealand on Wednesday in a knockout.
IND v SRL, 5th Match, Dambulla: Sri Lanka 104 for 2 (Dilshan 35, Jayawardene 33) beat India 103 (Yuvraj 38, Perera 5-28) by eight wickets
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka ODI at Dambulla Aug 19 & 20
NZL vs SRL: Match called off again because of rain
Aug 20, 2009Rain has forced the tri-series one-day match between Sri Lanka and New Zealand to be called off for a second day Friday. The match was originally scheduled Thursday and was called off without a ball being bowled. New Zealand captain Ross Taylor won the toss and invited Sri Lanka to bat first. The hosts reached 203-3 in the 44th over when the rain started. Both teams were awarded two points each for the match. New Zealand leads the table with seven points from Sri Lanka on six. India, with two more games to play, is last on five points.
IND vs SRL: Randiv gets one-match ban for Sehwag no-ball
Aug 18, 2009The Sri Lanka Cricket Board took a stern decision on Wednesday and handed spinner Suraj Randiv, who had denied Virender Sehwag a century with a deliberate no-ball, a one-match ban, also fining him 100 per cent of his match fee.The Sri Lankan Cricket Board also found Tilakratne Dilshan guilty of coaxing Randiv into bowling a no-ball. Dilshan will also lose the entire match fee. Skipper Kumara Sangakkara was warned and asked to rein in his players in future.
IND vs SRL: Sehwag powers India to win with unbeaten 99
Aug 16, 2009Virender Sehwag hit an unbeaten 99 to propel India to a six-wicket win over Sri Lanka on Monday with more than 15 overs left in a one-day international match in the tri-series.
The match ended in controversy when offspinner Suraj Randiv bowled a no-ball to concede the winning run, denying Sehwag a century despite the batsman hitting a six when the scores were level. The laws of cricket first counts the extra run for a no-ball. Sehwag later accused Randiv of bowling the no-ball deliberately.Earlier, the Sri Lankans lost Upul Tharanga to the first ball of the match and were all out for 170 in the 47th over, with Tillakaratne Dilshan (45) top-scoring.
IND v SRL, 3rd Match, Dambulla: India 171 for 4 (Sehwag 99*) beat Sri Lanka 170 (Dilshan 45, Ojha 3-36) by six wickets.
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka ODI at Dambulla Aug 13
NZL vs SRL: Malinga, Mathews set up comfortable win
Aug 13, 2009New Zealand were dismissed for 192 with BJ Watling scoring a half-century on debut. With eight runs required off six balls for the bonus point, Sri Lanka gave up the adventure and settled for victory with 9.1 overs to spare.
NZL v SRL, 2nd Match, Dambulla: Sri Lanka 195 for 7 (Tharanga 70, Sangakkara 48, Mills 4-41) beat New Zealand 192 (Watling 55, Malinga 3-35, Mathews 3-36) by three wickets
India vs New Zealand ODI at Dambulla Aug 10
IND vs NZL: New Zealand Thrash India By 200 Runs In ODI
Aug 10, 2009New Zealand defeated India by a massive 200-run margin in the opening tri-nation series cricket ODI. India was all out for 88 in the 30th over in reply to New Zealand's 288 inside 49 overs. Sri Lanka, the other team in the series, play New Zealand on Friday.