At the toss in the second T20I between India and Sri Lanka at Dharamsala, Dasun Shanaka said he expects a brisk start and an improved show from the top-order. The openers did recover well after a very sedate start, and then the captain took matters in his own hand, slamming 47 off 19 balls, including five maximums, to propel his side to a strong 183/5. India’s execution at the fag end of the innings was abysmal, with Harshal Patel splurging 52 runs in his quota of four overs.
50 catches for Rohit Sharma in T20Is, becomes the first Indian fielder to do so. #INdvSL pic.twitter.com/Evsqes9rO4
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