Sri Lanka 8 (Gunathilaka 30, Santner 3-12, Astle 3-28) Bit 125 New Zealand 37 times 88 times (Men 28 times, Malinga 5-6 times)
He was 36 years old, not as fast as it used to be, and almost everyone thought his career ended two years ago. But he still got it. That Yorker, late swing, dip, accuracy, low arm sling: works-he still got it.
Lasith Malinga, dating back to the 2007 World Cup, became the first bowler to put four balls into four at international cricket for nearly 120 years. Three additional international hat tricks followed to defend Sri Lanka's humble 125 with eight. He claimed six and five turnstiles in the evening and dragged Sri Lanka up 37 victories. For New Zealand
If the first four, four, were the result of a reverse swing, and the ball moved to the right hand, this time the traditional swing, that is, the ball moved viciously in the opposite direction. His victims were mostly low-end hitters in the empty arena of Guyana in 2007, withdrawing from New Zealand's top orders in front of the Parleke's metaphorical paving house in 2019.
When New Zealand started its innings, they seemed almost complete to complete the whites. Sri Lanka hit under with a bat on a slow spinning surface, hitting at least 25 runs more than its competitors. But Malinga avoided the team's blow and the stadium itself was indifferent.
With the rapture on the pitch, New Zealand batted average. The third ball swung the ball completely past Colin Munro's drive, throwing the ball in the air or from the surface, causing the ball to pit from the middle stump to the leg. For other lefties the next delivery was almost identical. Hamish Rutherford came in from England for this match and had little time to register the ball. At first the judgment was not ruled out. Malinga reviewed and overturned it almost immediately.
The next two turnstiles were even more special, as were the best batmen of the T20 series. Colin de Grandhomme thought Jordan Ringer was bowling, but just before hitting the pad, microseconds passed, the ball bent towards slipping, and lost another shot. As Pallekele hesitated around, Malinga began the celebration sprint. But he is not finished yet. Ross Taylor was able to get the boots in the manner of the next Yorker out. There was no doubt where the ball was headed this time. The referee gave it immediately.
Malinga took the ticket back one more time behind him to get Tim Seyfert to fall somewhere except for other outsourcing. That meant he took five turnstiles in the space of nine balls. The only game he recognized in that order was the leg width. He reduced New Zealand to 23 of 5 gallons when he recorded a T20 total.
Even if Malinga escapes the attack, the turnstile will continue to fall. Before Scott Suggnerijn knocked over two balls before Akila Dananjaya bowled Scott Kuggeleijn from the batter's elbow, Daryl Mitchell's first runout, 9, dropped to four ball spaces. Next, when Wanindu Hasaranga trapped Todd Astle in front of the stump, New Zealand was nine, 52 after nine more.
The match seemed to end at that stage, but Team South, who batted 11th with Seth Lance, still scared the host. Southee was captured by Lakshan Sandakan and scored three 6 points on the 13th. Rance and Southee survived Malinga, but could not go any further. At the last ball of the 16th, Sanda Khan came past the turnstile and came to Lance and caught him as he tried to clean.
Earlier, spinners in New Zealand hit their sickle through Sri Lanka's blow order. Sanner showed the best bowling performance in three out of twelve people more than four times in a typical evening. . Then he set his debut Lahiru Madushanka as two beautiful, slow-rotating deliveries.
Legspinner Astle scored three turnstiles with three points for 28 players in their first game, while Southee maintained an excellent economy rate of four, usually through over quotas. Sri Lanka, with the highest number of partnerships at 31, has shot bad shots in a row and has given up runouts that can run unnecessarily.
Pallekele's crowd was conquered at the end of its blow performance. They soon arrived in a roaring life, even with one of the most explosive things ever, a vintage performance by fast bowlers. In the evening drama there was a statistic almost Malinga struck. He became the first male bowler for 100 T20 international turnstiles during this order. He now has two T20 hat tricks that nobody has done. Currently, Malinga's share of the 100 international hat tricks shot in cricket is 5%.
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