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India vs Sri Lanka: Where India lost the game against Sri Lanka

In the insight into the past, much can be said in regards to India's knocking down some pins and how they lost the diversion. In any case, in the match which saw Sri Lanka pursued down their most astounding target and the most noteworthy ever in Champions Trophy, there were a couple defining moments. India, who posted 321/6 batting in the first place, lost the amusement with eight balls remaining. Here's the place the diversion left their hand 

Dhawan, Kohli wicket: It's uncommon. The tormentor Kohli couldn't open his record against Sri Lanka. India had got a better than average begin. In the wake of scoring 48 in the initial 10 overs, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan were good to go to dispatch an assault. They included 90 more keeps running in a similar number of balls however then in the space of six balls, India lost two wickets. Dhawan and Kohli were back in the cottage and Yuvraj Singh, the new man, set aside some opportunity to settle before even he was expelled. India lost the energy, something which had lifted them against Pakistan. 

More than 31-40: After a moderate begin, India required a cameo. Anybody could have taken an activity. Yuvraj would have been the perfect batsman however he was knocked down some pins in a heartbreaking way. Presently, India were pushed back. In the 10 overs, from 31st to 40th, India oversaw just 49 runs. Just two overs gave more than eight runs. 

Jadeja spell: Kohli needed to settle on a troublesome choice of forgetting R Ashwin by and by. He confided in Jadeja to the wickets in the center overs. Be that as it may, against Sri Lanka, he fizzled. Kohli was left hunting down alternatives. Jadeja's first spell of four overs cost India 36 runs. Kohli expelled him. Kedar Jadhav and himself were his two best alternatives for knocking down some pins. 

Pandya's disappointment: The crease all-rounder, picked to be an assaulting batsmen and one who was required to score snappy runs, Pandya flopped pitiably. With the bat, Pandya could be excused. Padnya could have contributed more with the ball. In spite of the fact that he is yet to accomplish the status of bowler who could bowl 10 overs and not cost the group a few runs.

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