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5 Sri Lankan cricketers who disappointed in the T20I series against England

By Bet Barter

June 29, 2021

Sri Lanka performed poorly in the recently concluded T20I series against England. The team failed to register a single win in the entire T20I series against England. Here are 5 Sri Lankan cricketers who failed to impress in the T20I series against England:

⦁ Danushka Gunathilaka

Danushka Gunathilaka failed to impress in the T20I series against England. In 3 matches in the T20I series against England, Gunathilaka managed to amass only a meager 26 matches in total. Clearly, Danushka Gunathilaka was nowhere near his best in the T20I series against England.

⦁ Avishka Fernando

Another Sri Lankan cricketer who performed poorly in the T20I series against England is Avishka Fernando. Fernando failed to register a big score for Sri Lanka in the T20I series against England. In 2 matches in the T20I series against England, Fernando managed to amass only 4 runs in total for Sri Lanka. After a poor performance with the bat in the first 2 matches of the T20I series, Fernando was eventually dropped in the 3rd T20I against England.

⦁ Wanindu Hasaranga

Wanindu Hasaranga looked out of form in the T20I series against England. In 3 matches in the T20I series against England, Hasaranga managed to amass only 9 runs in total. It is highly likely that Hasaranga might not start for Sri Lanka in the upcoming T20 World Cup.

⦁ Isuru Udana

Sri Lankan bowler Isuru Udana endured an average outing with Sri Lanka in the T20I series against England. In 3 matches for Sri Lanka in the T20I series against England, Udana managed to scalp only 3 wickets in total. Udana also leaked runs at a poor bowling economy of 8.75 in the T20I series against England.

⦁ Kusal Mendis

Kusal Mendis struggled to find form in the T20I series against England. In 3 matches for Sri Lanka in the T20I series, Mendis managed to score only 54 runs in total. Mendis will look to bounce back with a better performance in the ODI series against England.

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