A video of Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene talking at the end of the fifth One-Day Internationalk (ODI) against India at Adelaide Oval.


The Adelaide ODI of the ongoing Commonwealth Bank series between India and Sri Lanka has provided the first tied result between the two countries.


India, needing four to win off the last ball, took three runs off a Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit to level the scores.


“With one ball and four runs, and (Lasith) Malinga bowling, you would back yourself (to win the game). I was disappointed but then we have two points on the board and got some momentum going forward.


“We were not in the game only in the last couple of overs. We didn't do well in the last 15 overs. But overall, we came back strongly in this game. A score of 235 wasn't enough on this surface. After making so many mistakes, if you get two points, you should be happy,” Jayawardene said.