India Srilanka 3rd Test Live Streaming

December 3, 2009 by USA Post 

India Srilanka 3rd Test Live Streaming:Mumbai, December 3: India vs Srilanka live streaming, India Srilanka 3rd test, scores, highlights on day 2. India is on course to a big total following the good start given by Virendra Sehwag and Murali Vijay. Sehwag is playing in his trademark style of aggression and big hitting while Vijay is playing sensibly awaiting his chances to hit while taking ones and twos in between.

Update 1: Indian openers are hammering Sri Lankan bowlers for fours and sixes. Sehwag has scored 96 runs on merely 97 balls while Vijay is playing at 71 for 97 balls. India’s score after 32 overs is 172 runs for no loss.

Update 2: Sehwag is playing at 129. He has hit five massive sixes and 16 fours. Vijay is playing at 87. India has scored at an average of 10 runs in the last five overs. It seems like an one day international.

Update 3: India lose their first wicket. Vijay leaves after giving India a dream start.

Update 4: Indian team is on its way to a big total. Sehwag is at crease after scoring 172 runs off only 152 balls, a true one day style. Dravid is playing at 26 runs. India are at 291 runs for the loss of just one wicket

Serhwag has already scored 78runs while Vijay is playing at 40 after facing 63 balls.

Sehwag’s fours and sixes may have already demoralized Sri Lankan bowling. He has hit two massive sixes and ten fours.

Earlier Sri Lanka were all out for 393 runs. Indian bowlers, especially spinners did the trick for India.

India’s leading spinner Harbhajan Singh destroyed the great Sri Lankan batting line up by scalping four wickets.

Performance of Ojha has been appreciated by every one. Many people have said that he is the one who has the potential to be a long term prospect for India.

Playing only in his second test he successfully took three crucial wickets of captain Sangakkara and Jayawardane who scored a magnificent century in the first test match against India.

His profile on leading cricket side ably describes him as promising spinner. “Probably the frontrunner among India’s upcoming left-arm spinners, Pragyan Ojha has converted the promise he showed at age-group levels to first-class level too. For good measure, he improved markedly in his second season, ending up among the top 10 bowlers by the end of the league stage of the 2006-07 Ranji Trophy, with 29 wickets at 19.89 in six games for Hyderabad. Consistent performances on a twin tour of Zimbabwe and Kenya earned him another shot with India A, against South Africa at home, and he took eight wickets in an innings victory in Delhi”.

Earlier in the first inning Dilshan once again came to his team’s rescue. His indefatigable inning of 109 runs helped Sri Lanka reach a respectable total of 393.

Tillekaratne Dilshan and Angelo Matthews played crucial knocks to put Sri Lanka at a comfortable 366 for eight in the first innings against India after the end of first day’s play in the third and the final cricket Test here Wednesday.

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