Sri Lanka Sanath Jayasuriya Shaminda Eranga Ajantha Mendis Jeevan Mendis Tillakaratne Dilshan Aaron Finch Mahela Jayawardene Angelo Mathews Lahiru Thirimanne Nuwan Kulasekara Thisara Perera Bhuvneshwar Kumar Ian Bell James Faulkner
Sri :Lanka as expected went for quick runs, with Kushal Perera doing the fireworks with 62 to help them declare at 258 for 9 v Zimbabwe.
What can be the penalty for yasir? as Kushal perera is banned for four years by ICC for the same reason
Sri Lanka stumper Kushal Perera faces four-year ban: Left-hander batsman Upul Tharanga was suspended for three...
Kushal Perera banned for 4 years. Not a good news for Christmas
2nd ODI. Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets. Terrafic innings from Kushal Perera and great support on the other...
One of the best inng i have seen by kushal perera.
Really Don't care, SL will win or not... but wanna see few more sixes from kushal perera...
Dilshan and Kushal Perera. One of tough opening pair once they started to middle.
Russel Arnold to stop calling Kushal Perera the next Sanath Jayasuriya
And Bhuvan has struck! Kushal Perera edges to Raina. SL 6/1 after 2.4 overs.
After choosing to bat, Rajasthan Royals were struck a blow in the first ball of the innings when Bhuvneshwar Kumar trapped Kushal Perera lbw. In came Rahul Dravid at number 3. Complemented by Ajinkya Rahane on the other end, Dravid looked unstoppable,… [ 137 more words. ]
Kushal Perera takes a blinder in the 1st T20, SL vs Aus
Kushal Perera edged into his stumps off Ashraf's bowling. Good bowling guys!. Sri Lanka 50/2 after 15.1 overs
Sanath Jayasuriya was a regular opener. His clone Kushal Perera will bat at 7.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar trapped all the left hand opening batsmen(Chris Gayle,Colin Ingram,Nasir Jamshed and Kushal Perera) in this CT..:) Alastair Cook-U r next.. ;)
Sangakkara And Kulasekara Star In Sri Lanka Win Sri Lanka 297-3 (Sangakkara 134no) beat England 293-7 (Trott 76) by 7 wickets ICC Champions Trophy, Group A, The Oval Kumar Sangakkara hit an unbeaten century, while Nuwan Kulasekara provided some late sparkle, as Sri Lanka kept their hopes alive in the ICC Champions Trophy with a seven-wicket victory over the hosts under The Oval floodlights. Ravi Bopara had earlier hauled England up to 293 for seven at the end of an innings which had followed a similar path to the one against Australia. Jonathan Trott, Joe Root and Alastair Cook all passed 50 to set up a hoped-for onslaught from Jos Buttler and Eoin Morgan that never materialised. It was then again left to Bopara, who on this occasion hit 28 from the final over bowled by Shaminda Eranga, to take England up to a competitive total. However, thanks to Sangakkara and Kulasekara, the result this time was defeat. Sri Lanka lost Kushal Perera early in their pursuit of 294, but the experienced players in their top ...
Last updated on: June 13, 2013 22:31 IST Shaminda Eranga provided Sri Lanka with the early breakthrough when he dismissed Ian Bell for 20, who was caught at midwicket by Kushal Perera, in the ICC Champions Trophy match at the Oval … Continue reading →
I bet everyone sees a glimpse of Sanath Jayasuriya in Kushal Perera's batting composure... so nice to watch
No wonder why Perera's role model is Sanath Jayasuriya! DID YOU KNOW? Kushal Perera was a right-handed batsman but later on he became a left handed-batsman because his role model Jayasuriya is a left-handed batsman.
Am I the only one who gets reminded of Sanath Jayasuriya in Kushal Perera's final follow throughs? :o
Kushal Janith Perera reaches 50 :) well done young man. Via Tom Moody : Looks like Sri Lanka have found a good opener in Kushal Perera, out of the Sanath Jayasuriya mould.
Kushal Perera is playing it really cool. The way he played the cover drive, I felt like watching Sanath Jayasuriya playing it.. Awesome
Kushal Perera... One to watch for the future... I am loving it to watch him play...
Shades of Sanath Jayasuriya in Kushal Perera..!! Danger signs for India..!! :/
Kushal Perera does indeed remind us of Sanath Jayasuriya :P
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is making a habit of getting wickets in the first over. Kushal Perera gone lbw first ball!
IPL 2013 auction:Bid-by-Bid Report Scroll down to read the bid-by-bid report of the 2013 IPL auction held in Chennai That’s it! The 2013 IPL auctions have been done and dusted! 37 players were purchased and $11.89 million was spent..phew! Ok people, that’s it from all of us here at MSN. Bye bye. Top buys of IPL-6 Glenn Maxwell goes to Mumbai Indians for $1,000,000 Ajantha Mendis sold to Pune Warriors $725,000 Kane Richardson goes to Pune Warriors India for $700,000 Thisara Perera goes to Sunrisers Hyderabad for $675,000 Abhishek Nayar goes to Pune Warriors for $675,000 Senanyake goes to Kolkata Knight Riders for $625,000 Chris Morris goes to Chennai Super Kings $625,000 Dirk Nannes sold to Chennai Super Kings 600,000 Jaydev Unadkat $525,000 to Royal Challengers Bangalore • Matt Prior at $200,000 unsold. • Kushal Perera at $20,000 goes to Rajasthan • John Hastings at $200,000. Unsold • Aaron Finch unsold • Ryan McLaren at $50,000 to Kolkata • Jason Holder at $20,000 goes to Chennai • Dine ...
Australia won the toss and asked Sri Lanka to bat in the final Twenty20 international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Monday. Sri Lanka, the top-ranked side in the 20-over game, won the opening match by five wickets at the Sydney Olympic Stadium on Saturday night. Australia: George Bailey (capt), David Warner, Aaron Finch, Sean Marsh, Adam Voges, Matthew Wade, Glenn Maxwell, James Faulkner, Mitchell Starc, Xavier Doherty, Ben Laughlin. Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews (capt), Kushal Perera, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Dinesh Chandimal, Mahela Jayawardene, Jeevan Mendis, Thisara Perera, Nuwan Kulasekara, Ajantha Mendis, Lasith Malinga, Akila Dannajaya.
George Bailey won the toss and sent Sri Lanka in to bat in the second Twenty20 at the MCG, the final match of Sri Lanka's tour. Both teams made one change after Saturday's match in Sydney, with the teenage spinner Akila Dananjaya included for his first match of the series as a replacement for the batsman Lahiru Thirimanne, who has an ankle injury. Australia brought the left-arm fast bowler James Faulkner in for his first international match of the summer and he will take the place of Ben Cutting. The inclusion of Faulkner means he will need to play this game and make a quick trip to Canberra in time to play in tomorrow's Prime Minister's XI match against West Indies. The seamer Ben Laughlin was given another chance despite leaking runs in the first match. Australia 1 David Warner, 2 Aaron Finch, 3 Shaun Marsh, 4 George Bailey (capt), 5 Adam Voges, 6 Matthew Wade (wk), 7 Glenn Maxwell, 8 James Faulkner, 9 Mitchell Starc, 10 Xavier Doherty, 11 Ben Laughlin. Sri Lanka 1 Tillakaratne Dilshan, 2 Kushal Perera, ...
Five down - Kushal Perera lobs catch off Mitchy J to Warner at mid-wicket. 5-108. Jeevan Mendis in to join Angelo Mathews.
The Commonwealth Bank ODI at the Gabba will commence shortly and Australia has just won the toss & will bat first. Here is the starting XI. Warner, Hughes, Clarke, Hussey, Bailey, Wade, Henriques, Johnson, Starc, McKay, Doherty and 12th man Maxwell. Sri Lanka: Tillakaratne Dilshan, Upul Tharanga, Mahela Jayawardene (c), Lahiru Thirimanne, Kushal Perera (wk), Angelo Mathews, Jeevan Mendis, Thisara Perera, Nuwan Kulasekara, Shaminda Eranga, Lasith Malinga
Regeneration heralded by Thirimanne!!! Some images stick more readily in the mind than others. Among this summer's most indelible sights have been an exhausted and exasperated Peter Siddle on his haunches in Adelaide, Ricky Ponting bowing graciously to the WACA ground at the end of his Test career, and Michael Hussey barely able to contain his glee when carried from the SCG by Siddle and Mitchell Johnson at the conclusion of his. To these may now be added an embrace by two young Sri Lankan cricketers upon the completion of the visitors' eight-wicket hiding of Australia at Adelaide Oval. Lahiru Thirimanne and Kushal Perera completed the task with panache and professionalism, but their spontaneous outburst of joy upon reaching the target demonstrated how much it meant to take their team to a first win of the tour. Thirimanne had the additional pleasure of reaching a century with the winning boundary, and his fluency on a pitch no batsman found easy to negotiate was the latest episode in the most promising s ...
Sri Lanka Recall Ajantha Mendis For ODIs, T20Is: Sri Lanka have named their squads for the One-Day International and Twenty20 International series in Australia, recalling a fit-again Ajantha Mendis. The 16-man squad includes four spinners with Rangana Herath, Akila Dananjaya and Jeewan Mendis joining Mendis while uncapped wicket-keeper Kushal Perera is given a call-up.
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