Perera stars with the ball for Sri Lanka

Dilruwan Perera

Dilruwan Perera took 3/26 to help decimate the Australian batting line up in the first Twenty20 match between Sri Lanka and Australia at The Pallekelle International Cricket Stadium in Pallekelle on August 6, 2011. AFP PHOTO/Lakruwan WANNIARACHCH.

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Anonymous's picture

Wow Lion Attack

Niroshan's picture

Lion'z attack is back on gangaroo

Hilal's picture
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Well bowled!

Gavin's picture
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I thought the wicket helped him. Even Dilshan was spinning it more than usual.

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It didn't help the Aussie spinners much, so we have to give him credit. We were bowling second, but it's a T20 and the pitch wouldn't have changed that much.

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He makes tough competition for suraj randiv now.....

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Very Good perfomance

Sachith's picture
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I think the successful factor was the angle he balled.

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@Sachith, great point, the angle was the key!

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