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Fast-moving boiler Chamica Karunaratne launched a second day of rain on Thursday to attack Australia with a stunning 26-run victory over Australia.

Chasing a rain-soaked goal at 43 21 216, Australia suffered a 37.1 18 189 deficit at regular Wicket Falls, as Sri Lanka returned from a five-game losing streak in Palcelle.

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Karunaratne returned to the club for the 28th and Glen Maxwell for 30 years, including Steve Smith’s 3-4-4 images and was backed by the fast-paced Dushmanta chamera, and got the last Batsman to bring the brutal home crowd to his feet.

Spinners Dananjaya de Silva, Dunit Velaje and Chamera each took two wickets.

De Silva scored 34 goals and 61 assists for the third leg against Cossul Medes, 36, to give Sri Lanka a 220-9 lead in the rain and to end the game late.

Pat Cummins restored the 4-35 figure and the effort was in vain. Australia’s 14-year-old Aaron Finch and 37-year-old David Warner have been knocked out of the Champions League by De Silva.

Smith and Travis tried to rebuild Ingings and put together 31 races before passing Karunaratne.

Carunaratne Smith beat Australia (28) and Welshman with two headers (23) and Marnes Labachagn (18) in two of his 132-5 appearances for Australia.

In a short stint on the wicket, Maxwell hit back to calm the bowlers, but in the end he misled the shot to take the place of Quarunarat. He made 30 of 25 balls.

Wicket keeper: Batsman Alex Carrie has been out of the Australian chase for 15 years.

Earlier in the day, the Sri Lankan 7-103 defeat in the midfield was shaken, but the 10th Wicket partnership between Dushmanta Chamera and Mahish Tekshana brought the hosts to their glory on a difficult wicket.

Pathum Nissanka (14) was the first batch to hit the outer edge of an emergency flight kit by Matthew Cuneman.

Cunningham’s hot start continues in the ninth, with Pat Cummins Danushka chasing Gunatilakan at the end of a huge away race.

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Dananjaya de Silva made the most of 34 chances and 41 assists, but Alex Cerry’s cross was cleared by Cummins, who picked up one with his head above his head.

Just over three years later, Kusal Mendis (36) was unlucky enough to float his cleanup attempt directly to Glen Maxwell.

When Maxwell turned the bolts, Charity Aslanca never got into the 27-yard 13.

Sri Lanka continued to collapse – and Cuheman’s first start continued – with Chamika Karunaratne holding the test for 18 seconds. Michel Swipson took the lead when Dasu Shanaka (34) misled the attempted slog.

Jeffrey Vandersay (7) came with Cummins in the 41st to give the captain a third try.

Earlier, the first spectators saw David Warner make some unusual mistakes on the field. He threw three rebounds on the back-to-back balls and misled a simple ground ball to allow another three runs.

“This is very unusual,” Russell Arnold said in a statement.

Warner was not alone but Australia made a number of mistakes on the field in the first half.

“It’s a bit slow on the field today,” Brad Hadin said in a statement. “Australia have been out of the game for a while.

“Field was a little lazy. I know Australia is proud of its strength on the field and the strength of its opponents in that ring.

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