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SL vs WI, 1st Test: Ramesh Mendis Scalps Five Wickets as Sri Lanka Beat West Indies by 187 Runs

Ramesh Mendis scalped five wickets as Sri Lanka comprehensively defeated West Indies by 187 runs in the first Test of the two-match series at the Galle International Stadium on Thursday.

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SL vs WI: Debutant Jeremy Solozano Taken to Hospital After Being Hit on Head

The 26-year-old was smashed in front of his helmet grille with the rear part of the helmet coming off on impact.

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T20 World Cup: West Indies Out of Semi-Final Race as Sri Lanka Win By 20 Runs

Leg-spinner Wanindu Hasaranga once again starred with with the ball taking two wickets for 19 runs in four overs.

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Dimuth Karunaratne, Oshada Fernando Help Sri Lanka Draw 2nd Test Against West Indies

Sri Lanka batted out the last day to earn a draw against West Indies in the second and final Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium here on Friday.

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Kieron Pollard Slams 6 Sixes in an Over, Becomes Second Player After Yuvraj Singh to Achieve Feat in T20Is | WATCH VIDEO

Dhananjay who went for 6 sixes picked a hattrick earlier in the game but Pollard had something else in mind to spoil his party.

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Chris Gayle stopped from batting in Sri Lanka vs West Indies, T20 World Cup 2016 match

Ian Gould stopped Chris Gayle from coming on to bat in the 16th over, much to the dismay of the batsman and the crowd

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T20 World Cup 2016: Sri Lanka’s likely XI against West Indies

After a good performance and a much needed win against Afghanistan, it is highly unlikely that Sri Lanka will change their side for the game against West Indies

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T20 World Cup 2016: Chris Gayle vs Nuwan Kulasekara and other key battles

With both the sides having won their first match, it will be interesting to see which team achieves victory and take another step towards semi-finals

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ICC world T20 2012: Darren Sammy hails West Indies’ spirit

West Indies skipper Darren Sammy said the World Twenty20 victory over Sri Lanka here Sunday was very special and will be the beginning of things to come. "This hopefully will be the beginning of things to come. Hopefully this team will go on. For the last two years, we've shown the never say die attitude… Continue reading ICC world T20 2012: Darren Sammy hails West Indies’ spirit

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