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    Haha Prasanna Jayawardene scored some runs, India bowling must really suck. Mind you he scored a 100 against a similar Indian attack for Sri Lanka A, a couple years back.
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    The Ganguly and Tendulkar show deny Sri Lanka
    Partners in crime Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar decimated the Sri Lankan attack with a massive 227 run partnership for the second wicket against an attack that, on paper, should've done better.
    The class of the players outshone even Murali who went wicketless in his ten overs, while Vaas and Malinga were at least respectable as their friend Maharoof was carted at 7 runs an over.
    Malinga struck early to remove Uthappa. 227 runs later he managed to beat the Little Master's defences.
    In reply, Sri Lanka looked to get after the runs lead by Jayasuriya. he was let down by his partner Tharanga who only managed 18 from 43 deliveries. In the end, India just had to keep it tight to deny the Sri Lankans victory despite a great effort from Atapattu whose 106 would ultimately end up being in vain.

    India 3 for 299 (50.0)
    S Ganguly 135*, S Tendulkar 111
    S Malinga 2-55, C Vaas 1-43

    Sri Lanka 4 for 251 (50.0)
    M Atapattu 106, D Jayawardene 60*
    Z Khan 2-45, H Singh 1-47

    India won by 48 runs

    Man of the match: S Ganguly
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    Ganguly is a gun. Proud of Dada yet again.
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    Ha ha Ganguly = not gun


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    I've simmed a few of these games ... should be finished by now, really.

    Haven't had the chance to handball the reports to be written up, though. I'll have a crack at writing them over the next few days (busy schedule atm) if i can't handball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
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    I have games simmed ... waiting on them to be posted from out-sourcing

    Thinking i'm going to have to post them, if they aren't up within 24 hours. ...... i dislike the fact it's so far past schedule.

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    Dravid Demolishes Sri Lanka

    Indian captain Rahul Dravid dominated the Sri Lankan bowling lineup making 119 off just 99 balls to set up the Indian total of 301. Ganguly and Tendulkar were also in the runs with an extremely well made 80 not out from Ganguly and an explosive 50 from Tendulkar opening the batting.

    The Sri Lankan woes continued as they sank to an all out total of 193. Five ducks were on the scorecard and the highest contributions were made from opening combination Jayasuriya and Tharanga with 76 and 56 apiece. Sri Lanka collapsed from being 1 for 105 to all out for 193. Harbhajan Singh the standout bowler claiming 5.

    India lead the best of seven series two to nil.

    India 301-3 (50 overs)
    R Dravid 119 (99), SC Ganguly 80 (91), SR Tendulkar 50 (55)
    M Muralitharan 1-50 (10)

    Sri Lanka 193 all out (42.5 overs)
    ST Jayasuriya 76 (85), WU Tharanga 56 (69)
    Harbhajan Singh 5-46 (10), IK Pathan 3-28 (10)

    India won by 108 runs
    Man of the Match: R Dravid
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    Not bad at all. All top 3 Indians in with the runs

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    Bandara and Jayasuriya Set Up Sri Lanka

    India were bowled out for a well below par score of 224 in the 46th over thanks to the back in favour Chandara Bandara who took a inspirational 4 for 42 from 9 overs. He had back up from his spin partner, Muralitharan, who took 3 for 41 from 10.
    The only highlight, this time around, for the Indians was the partnership between Uthappa and Ganguly for the second wicket.

    In reply the Sri Lankans were a team on a mission, with Jayasuriya and Marvin Atapattu crashing the Indian bowling all around the park to win by 9 wickets. The undefeated partnership of 205 came in quick time and the Sri Lankans won with 57 balls to spare.
    Jayasuriya finished not out with 111 (off 137 balls) and Atapattu ended with 96 (off 95 balls), just four runs short of another ODI ton.

    India 224 all out (45.3 overs)
    AR Uthappa 59 (79)
    CM Bandara 4-42 (9), M Muralitharan 3-41 (10)

    Sri Lanka 227-1 (40.3 overs)
    ST Jayasuriya 111 (137), MS Atapattu 96 (95)

    Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets
    Men of the Match: CM Bandara & ST Jayasuriya

    Sri Lanka : 1 - 2 : India
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    Sri Lanka Too Slow

    Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat, slowly. Making just 193 runs from their 50 overs for the loss of just 7 wickets was the downfall for the Sri Lankan team as they went down three games to one in the best of season series versus India.

    Harbhajan Singh was the pick of the bowlers, again, for India, restricting the Sri Lankan middle overs with tidy figures of two for twenty seven from ten.

    In reply, the Indian's slowly worked their way to the target, finally reaching their goal in the 44th over. Opener Uthappa was unlucky not to come out with triple figures, ending not out on 94. Ganguly aided in the victory with a nice, well played innings of 44.

    Sri Lanka 193-7 (50 overs)
    MS Atapattu 32 (39)
    Harbhajan Singh 2-27 (10)

    India 194-3 (43.5 overs)
    AR Uthappa 94 (129)
    CM Bandara 2-34 (10)

    India won by 7 wickets
    Man of the Match: Harbhajan Singh

    Sri Lanka : 1 - 3 : India
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    Ganguly such a gun he is

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    India Seal Away Series Win

    An unbeaten 151 from Sachin Tendulkar set India up for a nailbiting victory over hosts Sri Lanka in the fifth one dayer.
    Tendulkar scored his runs at just shy of a run a ball and his brilliant innings included only 15 boundaries with nothing going over the ropes. He worked hard and formed two large partnerships with Uthappa and Ganguly respectively.

    In reply the Sri Lankans fell just 8 runs short, needing to take to Zaheer Khan in the final over of the match but just failing. Marvin Atapattu was the top scorer in the run fest with a well made 130 from number 3 and wicket keeper batsmen Sangakkara was not out with another elegant innings of 88.

    It wasn't a good day to be a bowler.

    India 302-1 (50 overs)
    SR Tendulkar 151* (157), SC Ganguly 92* (78), AR Uthappa 45 (65)
    CM Bandara 1-51 (10)

    Sri Lanka 295-4 (50 overs)
    MS Atapattu 130 (131), KC Sangakkara 88* (105)
    MM Patel 2-66 (10)

    India won by 7 runs
    Man of the Match: SR Tendulkar

    Sri Lanka : 1 - 4 : India
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    Ganguly is in scintillating form.

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