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Monday, December 23, 2019

Kusal Perera 68 - Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2015 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Kusal Perera 68 - Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2015


Watch the highlights of Kusal Perera 68 - Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2015 - Pakistan tour of Sri Lanka 5-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between Pakistan and Sri Lanka at Pallekelle in 15th July 2015.

Kusal Perera 68 - Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2015 Highlights
Kusal Perara blasted a 68 off 25-balls © ESPNcricinfo
Kusal Perera's record fifty and Dinesh Chandimal's unbeaten 48 led to Sri Lanka stunning two-wicket victory over Pakistan and level the series 1-1 in the high-voltage game of the second ODI.

* Kusal Perera hammered a 17-ball second fastest fifty ever in One-day international cricket history and became the joint fastest fifty for Sri Lanka's in ODIs.

Pakistan scored 287-8 in 50 overs with top scorer by Azhar Ali struck 79 off 104-balls including six boundaries.

Mohammad Rizwan blasted a 52 off 38-balls included 5-fours and a six, Shoaib Malik scored a run a ball 51 with 2-fours and 3-sixes, Ahmed Shehzad scored 30 and Anwar Ali 29 not out.

Sri Lanka best bowler by Lasith Malinga, Sachith Pathirana both takes two-wickets, Milinda Siriwardana, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Angelo Mathews and Nuwan Pradeep each took one wickets.

Sri Lanka chased 288-8 in 48.1 overs with top scorer by Kusal Perera 68, Dinesh Chandimal 48 not out off 63-balls - who fell two-run short of his half-century - including three boundaries.

Tillakaratne Dilshan struck 47 off 63-balls including 3-fours, Sachith Pathirana scored 33 off 28-balls included 4-fours and a six, Upul Tharanga 28 and Milinda Siriwardana 26.

Pakistan best bowler by  Rahat Ali claims three-wickets for 73-runs in 7.1 overs, Mohammad Hafeez picked up 2-wickets, Anwar Ali and Mohammad Irfan each took one wickets.

Kusal Perera named Player of the match for his match-winning rapid 68-runs knocked off just facing 25-balls including 13-fours and 2-sixes with strike rate of 272.