Sri Lanka

Kumar Sangakkara Adamant About ODI Retirement

Sri Lankan batting legend Kumar Sangakkara has maintained that he has no plans to reverse his retirement decision after his side’s quarter-final loss to South Africa in Sydney on Wednesday.
18 March 2015

Follow Through - South Africa Break SCG Hoodoo, Enter Semis

South Africa entered the semi-finals of the 2015 One-Day International World Cup beating Sri Lanka in the first quarter-final in Sydney by nine wickets.
18 March 2015

South Africa Get the Monkey Off Their Backs Thumping Sri Lanka

South Africa gave Sri Lanka a taste of their own medicine as spinners, JP Duminy and Imran Tahir picked seven wickets between them at the Sydney Cricket Ground to ensure South Africa won its first knock-out game at the World Cup.
18 March 2015

Rangana Herath Ruled Out Of World Cup

Sri Lanka suffered a massive blow ahead of their World Cup quarter-final clash against South Africa as ace spinner Rangana Herath has been ruled out of the tournament due to a finger injury.
18 March 2015

Sri Lankan Bowling Not Scary But Can Do The Job - Russel Arnold

Cricket World's Chetan Narula caught with former Sri Lankan batsman Russell Arnold who is a part of the television commentary team for the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
17 March 2015

Follow Through - World Cup - Quarter-Finals Preview

As we head into the quarter-finals of the 2015 World Cup, Chetan Narula previews the matches that are lined-up.
17 March 2015

Mahela Jayawardene Praises Lasith Malinga's Commitment

Sri Lankan middle-order batsman Mahela Jayawardene heaped praises on fellow teammate and pacer Lasith Malinga who made a direct return to international cricket in the World Cup after a five-month hiatus.
16 March 2015

Herath Likely To Play In Quarter-Final Against South Africa

Sri Lanka's left-arm-spinner Rangana Herath is likely to be fit for the World Cup quarter-final game against South Africa on Wednesday having recovered from a finger injury.
16 March 2015

Kumar Sangakkara Denies Retirement Reversal

Sri Lankan batting legend Kumar Sangakkara refuted talks of prolonging his retirement in One-Day Internationals which is imminent after the ongoing 2015 World Cup.
12 March 2015

Sangakkara's Fourth Successive Ton Shatters Scotland

Almost done to the perfect script Kumar Sangakkara and Tillakaratne Dilshan scored centuries again as Sri Lanka continued to peak at the right time defeating Scotland in their World Cup Pool A game at Bellerive Oval by 148 runs.
11 March 2015

Follow Through - A Rousing Finish To Group Stage

England are out of the 2015 One-Day International World Cup. Bangladesh delivered the knock-out blow, after they lost to Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
10 March 2015

Dinesh Chandimal Ruled Out Of World Cup

Sri Lankan batsman Dinesh Chandimal is set to miss the remainder of the World Cup following a hamstring injury that he sustained during the match against Australia in Sydney on Sunday.
10 March 2015

Kumar Sangakkara To Retire From Test Cricket In August

Sri Lanka's batting star Kumar Sangakkara has revealed that the Test series against India in August will be his last assignment as an international cricketer.
9 March 2015

Maxwell Ton Helps Australia Overcome Sri Lanka On Batting Beauty

Glenn Maxwell blazed away to his first century as Australia deposited enough in the bank to defeat Sri Lanka by 64 runs in the Pool A World Cup game at the Sydney Cricket Ground, in spite of a scintillating chase led by Kumar Sangakkara.
8 March 2015

ICC Approves Prasanna As Replacement For Injured Karunaratne

The International Cricket Council has confirmed the Event Technical Committee’s approval of Sri Lanka’s leg-spinner Seekkuge Prasanna as a replacement for injured Dimuth Karunaratne for the rest of the World Cup.
6 March 2015

Seekkuge Prasanna To Cover For Injured Herath

Sri Lankan leg-spinner Seekkuge Prasanna is all set to fly to Australia as a World Cup standby for left-arm spinner Rangana Herath, who sustained a finger injury during the clash against England on Sunday.
3 March 2015

Suranga Lakmal Fined By ICC For Bowling Beamers

Sri Lankan fast bowler Suranga Lakmal has been fined by the International Cricket Council for bowling two beamers at England’s Jos Buttler during their World Cup Pool A clash on Sunday in Wellington.
2 March 2015

Follow Through - Sri Lanka Outclass England With Ease

After a comprehensive nine-wicket loss to Sri Lanka in Wellington on Sunday, England now need to beat Bangladesh and Afghanistan to qualify for the quarterfinals.
1 March 2015

We Were Punished By An Experienced Sri Lankan Side - Morgan

England captain Eoin Morgan admitted that his side were completely outplayed by a dominant Sri Lankan team following the nine-wicket World Cup defeat in Wellington on Sunday.
1 March 2015

Sri Lanka Chase 309, Make England Look Pedestrian

Kumar Sangakkara and Lahiru Thirimanne stroked sublime centuries as Sri Lanka made England’s 309 look pedestrian, chasing it down with 16 balls to spare to win their World Cup clash by nine wickets in Wellington.
1 March 2015


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