Virat Kohli © Getty Images
Virat Kohli © Getty Images

Apr 6, 2014

 

Virat Kohli completed his eighth half-century as India reached 93 for two after 14 overs in their ICC World T20 2014 final against Sri Lanka in Dhaka on Sunday. Kohli struck two boundaries and three sixes to achieve the feat in the 14th over of the match. Kohli is batting on 54 off 44 balls.

 

Rohit Sharma was caught by Sachithra Senanayake off Rangana Herath in the 11th over as India lost their second wicket. Rohit struck three boundaries to score 29 runs off 26 balls.

 

Yuvraj Singh was batting on five with Kohli, who has hit his fourth half-century in the tournament.

 

The toss for the ICC World ICC World T20 2014 final between India and Sri Lanka at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Sunday was delayed due to rain.

 

The toss was delayed by Sri Lanka captain Lasith Malinga, who elected to field.   Sri Lanka made one change in their side, bringing in Thisara Perera in place of Seekugge Prasanna. India, on the other hand, retained their playing eleven.

 

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