Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has taken four wickets as India loved a delighted 38-lag win over Sri Lanka of their first Twenty20 world.
Sri Lanka captain Dasun Shanaka asked India to bat, and a 34-ball 50 from Suryakumar Yadav helped propel the visitors to 5-164 prior to Kumar conducted a substantial role in bowling out the hosts for 126 in 18.3 overs.
Yadav’s half of-century integrated two sixes and 5 boundaries, while India captain Shikhar Dhawan also made a properly-compiled 46 off 36 deliveries, hitting a six and four fours.
Lickety-split bowler Dushmantha Chameera had the handiest figures for Sri Lanka with 2-24 in four overs, while legspinner Wanindu Hasaranga accomplished with 2-28.
Newcomer Charith Asalanka stored Sri Lanka’s hopes up with 44 off 26 deliveries, including three sixes.
Nonetheless after he became pushed aside within the 16th over, leaving his crew at 5-111, Sri Lanka’s lower command succumbed to the stress of a rising required lag price.
Kumar accomplished with 4-22 off 3.3 overs, with fellow seamer Deepak Chahar picking up 2-24 off three overs.
Krunal Pandya, Varun Chakravarthy, Yuzvendra Chahal and Hardik Pandya all picked up a wicket apiece.
Both groups are the reveal of the series to take a look at original players prior to the Twenty20 World Cup later this year, with the 2nd of three T20 video games on Tuesday following India’s 2-1 victory within the ODI series.