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Sri Lanka are all out for the lowest run in Asia Cup history

Abdur Rahman Khan

Sri Lanka has set the shameful record of being bowled out for the lowest number of runs in the final of the Asia Cup.

Sri Lanka has set the shameful record of being bowled out for the lowest number of runs in the final of the Asia Cup. The innings of the hosts ended in just 50 runs against India. Indian pacer Mohammad Siraj has started the fire.

Siraj’s toe in the final of the Asia Cup, the Lankans were all out for the least number of runs in the history of the Asia Cup. This embarrassing record was accompanied by them in front of their home crowd.

Sri Lanka captain Dasun Shanaka won the toss and decided to bat in the Asia Cup final. Even then Shanaka did not know that he was axing himself. Indian pacers took responsibility to inform him.

Especially Mohammad Siraj. Jasprit Bumrah started the destruction. Opener Cushan Perera returns the third ball of the first over. After that, Siraj ran a riot. He picked up four wickets in one over.

At one stage, losing six wickets for 12 runs, the fear of being all out for the lowest run in ODI history surrounded the Lankans. However, they managed to avoid it. However, Shanaka’s team was reduced to 50 runs. Hardik Pandya took the last three wickets of Sri Lanka.

Cushon Mendis scored the maximum 17 runs for Sri Lanka. Siraj finally stopped with six wickets for 21 runs.

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