The Indian women’s cricket group survived a mid-innings fall to kick Sri Lanka by 5 wickets in a second Twenty20 International for an irrefutable 2-0 lead in a three-match series, on Wednesday.
After restricting Sri Lanka to 107/8 in 20 overs, a Indians endured some concerned moments before entrance by in 19 overs.
The preference to bat initial backfired exceedingly on a Lankans with Ekta Bisht (3/22) and Poonam Yadav (3/17) mixing to slice by a visiting line-up.
Dilani Manodara’s 27 was a best that a Lankan beat could manage, followed by skipper Shashikala Siriwardene’s 26- run effort.
In reply, India’s in-form captain Mithali Raj was a star performer for a hosts, distinguished an dominant 51 that came off 52 balls and was studded with half a dozen fours.
However, she could not find a solid partner in a follow until Anuja Patil assimilated her during a crease. Patil’s 33-ball 34 came accessible as India overhauled a aim after some hiccups.
Inoka Ranaweera was a tip bowler for a Lankans, grabbing 3 wickets for a small 10 runs in her 4 overs.
Sri Lanka Women: 107/8 in 20 overs (Dilani Manodara 27, Poonam Yadav 3/17) remove to India Women: 108/5 in 19 overs (Mithali Raj 51 not out, Inoka Ranaweera 3/10) by 5 wickets.