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Despite their strong bowling performances from Australia, they were unable to keep up with the bat during the second ODI draw with Sri Lanka.

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David Warner – 6.5

37 out of 51

Warner was comfortable and on the road to a solid total after some pretty good shooting. But with the exception of the ball stuck in his trunk, Dhananjaya lost the wicket cheaply. There were also some rare mistakes on the field that gave three runs to Sri Lanka. In the end, he was a big goal scorer but he was disappointed that he didn’t add more to the total.

Aaron Finch – 3

14 out of 15

The quick start of the fire was good for Finch, who sent packing on the seventh. After trying to clear the spinner, he was arrested by LBW on the eighth. Finch decided to review, but the repetitions showed that there were no bats and that the ball was in the line. Disappointing innings given in his first ODI performance.

Stephen Smith – 5

28 of 35

Smith’s classic footwork was on display and hit three boundaries in his innings. However, he was short when he stepped to the right to lead a short Karunarat ball on the field. Instead, he fired the shot straight into Texas, setting it on a good foot and returning Smith to the Shades.

Smith could not shoot properly.  (Photo by Ishara S. Kodikara / AFP)
Smith could not shoot properly. (Photo by Ishara S. Kodikara / AFP)Source: AFP

Travis Head – 4.5

23 of 34

He went into the game before he liked it and probably showed he could never walk. Survived the 17th LBW review from Sri Lanka by Vandersi Shipping while driving too far. But the affair with the Spinners continued until the end, and it was Wellaj, who grabbed the wicket wicket when the Aussies wanted to send it on the ropes, and instead found Aslanca’s grateful hands on the deep mid-wicket. Dhanjanjaya loses 0.5 points for a strong, yet catchy, off-field opportunity that gave life to Dhanjaja.

Marnus Labuschagne – 4

18 out of 30

0-13, Economy 6.50

An annoying trip for Labashang, who could not cross a border during the debate. He was fired for screaming at the wicket to hit Wellalage, but Sri Lanka’s Shanaka hit the ball and needed a superhuman response to catch it. Labushchang has entered two overcomes but has shown a touch on his precious side.

Alex Kerry (WK) – 5.5

15 out of 20

Kerry was given more life by beating the Australian wicket keeper in Texas, but the Sri Lankan glove manis could not control the ball and missed a three-pointer. It ended with a clash with Cummins.

Meanwhile, this was one of Carrie’s strongest displays with gloves. He barely ran one leg and took two great catches; The first had a good chance on the edge of the Patmos Nisanka to give the first wicket to Matthew Kuhnman, and the second was a one-handed scream over his head to catch Dananjaya de Silva.

Kerry was strong in gloves but not bat. (Photo by Budhika Werasnghe / Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

Glen Maxwell – 7

30 of 25

2-35, Economy 3.50

Maxwell seemed to be the best in the game and was on his way to winning the relegation zone. But while he and his visitors were speeding, he cut short a Karunarat ball into the air and was caught by Shanaka. His departure changed the game for Sri Lanka. Maxwell made another strong move with the ball. It is often referred to as a hobby, but Maxwell is far more than that. Maxwell took full advantage of the situation by taking 2-35 – even though the economy was impressive. He was the most greedy of all the Australian bowlers, sending two women and 39 of the 60 legal supplies.

Pat Cummins – 8.5

4 is missing 6

4-35, Economy 4.03

The Cubs may have been enjoying the extra turn, but it was Cummins, Australia’s main destroyer of the ball. The test captain did not miss a single victory that day – scoring 30 points and nothing more to go with his four-week trip. A.D. After beating 5-70 in India in March 2019, the Cummins are the best in ODI. Cummins is also caught on Head Bowling on all four wickets. Australian Footballer of the Year

Cummins was exciting with the ball. (Photo by Budhika Werasnghe / Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

Mitchell Swapson – 5

2 is missing 2

1-58, Economy 5.80

The wristwatch was more expensive than any other Australian boxer. By no means was Swiftson’s poor performance, but in the whirlwind, he hoped he would make a big impact. However, 1-58 was not a joke, and the dismissal of Captain Dasun Shanaka at 34 Off 36 was really necessary to expose his tail.

Josh Hazlewood – 6

4 is missing 3

0-26, Economics 3.71

Hazlewood is another textbook we are looking forward to. The pistol did not win the fastest wicket of the night, but once again it hit the right places and showed a handful of Sri Lankan beats.

Matthew Kuhnman – 8

1 is missing 2

2-48, Economy 4.80

What a start. A few could see a left-handed twist in an Australian shirt this year. But after the stars suffered an injury to Ashton’s partner, Adam Zampa was absent from paternity leave and lined up in Queensland to select two special spinners at the behest of voters. Kuhnman won his first international match. He did not allow the opportunity to be wasted. It took the girl less than three to pick up the wicket – and it was a beautifully tossed, lined line and stretched out to take the edge of Nisanka. He later removed Chamika Karunaratne, who could not resist going on another floating delivery. Kuhnman showed a pair of clean hands in the first innings to take two good outings.

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