India Vs Sri Lanka
April 2, 2011 by staff
India Vs Sri Lanka, It was not much more than usual look that almost all cricketers shot toward the sun, walking in the field to get used to the light. But as descendants of the locker room and headed toward the center of India, probably the most important practice session in nearly eight years, Virender Sehwag kept his head a bit more than usual. It was almost as if the destructive opener examined the height of the stands around the new image of Wankhede Stadium, taking into account the relatively lower limits in Mumbai, contemplating if I could clear one of his monster hits.
It was not long for Sehwag to put your mind to the test when steps began the launch of the network, the bowlers in orbit that results in new bucket seats and luxury on the north side of the stadium having severe blows of the rain ball.
Following the example of his opening partner, Sachin Tendulkar – batting a couple of practice-distance networks – also decided to open his shoulders as the delivery of Yusuf Pathan and Chawla Pe? A road ended up being deposited in the distance.
Having concluded its final practice session before the expected end of Saturday’s World Cup, the Sri Lankans watched from the locker room as the Wankhede Stadium continued to be battered by the aerial attack, Sehwag and Tendulkar tourism. It almost looked like a mini-important mind game had gained by the home team.
While both finalists have the luxury of being peppered with a number of talented batsmen in their orders means, India and Sri Lanka is well aware that taking the initiative with the bat in the first go it might make a big difference – especially after having first-hand experience of that fact.
Tilakratne Dilshan attempted to sweep Harbhajan, but lost the ball and threw out 33. Place in a bowl first, Zaheer Khan gave India’s progress for the first time as Upul Tharanga was caught in the blade in World Cup final against Sri Lanka in the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday FIFA.
Zaheer rolled three maidens in a row then a dummy vaccine-induced left-hander with the first ball of his room. Tharanga, who played balls for his two races, edged Zaheer in the seventh and most of Virender Sehwag launched into the right to take a brilliant catch. Sri Lanka lost the window first, with 17 runs on the board. NTQuMjExLjE3OS4yMzI=
Captain Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat against India in the World Cup final on Saturday. (Click here for full coverage of India and Sri Lanka World Cup final
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