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Kumar Sangakkara - Awards - Test Cricket – Man of The Match Awards
... Performance Result 1 1st Test – Zimbabwe in Sri Lanka Test Series 2001–02 1st Innings – 128 3 Ct ... Sri Lanka Won by an innings and 166 runs 2 2001–02 Asian Test Championship Final 2001–02 1st Innings – 230 2nd Innings 14* 5 Ct ... Sri Lanka Won by 8 wickets 3 2nd Test – Sri Lanka in Zimbabwe Test Series 2004 1st Innings – 270 1 Ct ...
English Cricket Team In Sri Lanka In 2007–08 - Test Series - 1st Test 1 December - 5 December
1 December - 5 December Sri Lanka 188 (59.4 overs) v England 281 (93.1 overs) Sri Lanka won by 88 runs 442/8 dec (130.0 overs) 261 (94.0 overs) Bad light ended day 1 early, and rain ended ... On the same day that Murali set the Test wickets record, Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya became only the second batsman to score six fours off a six-ball over in Test ... In Sri Lanka's second innings, Kumar Sangakkara became the first batsman ever to score 150 in each of four consecutive Tests The first day of the tour was ...
Bangladeshi Cricket Team In Sri Lanka In 2002
... Bangladesh made its first Test tour of Sri Lanka in July–August 2002, playing 2 Tests and 3 LOIs ... Sri Lanka won the Test series 2-0 1st Test @ Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo – Sri Lanka won by an innings and 196 runs 2nd Test @ Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo – Sri ...
2011 Cricket World Cup - Matches - Group Stage - Group A
... Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts Pakistan 0 ... +0.758 10 Sri Lanka 1 ... +2.582 9 Australia 1 ... +1.123 9 New Zealand 0 ... +1.135 8 Zimbabwe 0 ... +0.030 4 Canada 0 ... −1.987 ...
Sri Lankan Cricket Team In New Zealand In 2000–01 - Series Summary
1st international @ McLean Park – Sri Lanka won by 61 runs 2nd international @ Westpac Stadium – Sri Lanka won by 3 wickets 3rd international @ Eden ...

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