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India vs Sri Lanka ICC World T20 2014 Final Highlights

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Watch the highlights of India vs Sri Lanka ICC World T20 2014 Final - The ICC World Twenty20 international tournament of the final played between Sri Lanka and India at Mirpur, Dhaka in 06th April 2014.

India vs Sri Lanka ICC World T20 2014 Final Highlights
Sri Lanka Team pose with title © Getty Images / AFP / ICC

Bowlers attack before An unbeaten half-century from Kumar Sangakkara steers to Sri Lanka comfortable six-wicket victory over India and lift the their first World T20 title in a one-sided game of the final of a World Twenty20.

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* India's 134 was the lowest first-innings score in a World Twenty20 final and the second-lowest score for the loss of only four wickets in T20 internationals.

India scored 130-4 in 20-overs, which was lowest first-innings total in a World Twenty20 final and the second-lowest score for the loss of only four wickets.

India top scorer by Virat Kohli struck 77 off 55-balls including 5-fours & 4-sixes, Rohit Sharma 29, Yuvraj Singh - who become the hero to a zero of scoring the 11-runs off consuming 21-deliveries with strike rate of 52.38.

Sri Lanka best bowler by Rangana Herath, Angelo Mathews and Nuvan Kulasekara each took one wickets from their 4-overs spell.

Sri Lanka chased 134-4 in 17.5-overs with top scorer by Kumar Sangakkara 52 not out, Mahela Jayawardene 24, Thisara Perera 23 not out and Tilakeratshan 18.

India best bowler by Mohit Sharma, Suresh Raina, Ravichandran Ashwin and Amit Mishra each took one-wickets.

Sumar Sangakkara named player of the match for his magnificent match-winning 52-runs knocked off facing 35-balls including 6-fours and a six with strike rate of 148.57.

Virat Kohli named player of the tournament for his leading run scorer of 242-runs in five matches with average of 121 in the 2014 World Twenty20.