Deepak Chahar and Suryakumar Yadav shine as India defeats Sri Lanka in 2nd ODI Seal Series

Discover the images of the 2nd ODI played between India and Sri Lanka in Colombo.

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India won a thriller on Tuesday by beating Sri Lanka in the final final to win the second ODI and seal the series 2-0. Deepak Chahar was named player of the match for his all-out efforts. PA

Opting to strike first again after winning the draw, the Sri Lankans got off to a good start, but the drop in quick wickets in the middle means they are once again struggling to hit a fight total on a good. area.  Charith Asalanka played a brilliant 65-on-68-ball shot to guide the home team to 275/9 at the end of 50 overs.  Avishka Fernando also slammed a fifty at the top.  PA

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Opting to strike first again after winning the draw, the Sri Lankans got off to a good start, but the drop in quick wickets in the middle means they are once again struggling to hit a fight total on a good. area. Charith Asalanka played a brilliant 65-on-68-ball shot to guide the home team to 275/9 at the end of 50 overs. Avishka Fernando also slammed a fifty at the top. PA

Bhuvneshwar Kumar (3 for 54), Deepak Chahar (2 for 53) and Yuzvendra Chahal (3 for 50) were the bowlers' choice for India.  They picked up eight wickets among them while one batter was sacked.  PA

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar (3 for 54), Deepak Chahar (2 for 53) and Yuzvendra Chahal (3 for 50) were the bowlers’ choice for India. They picked up eight wickets among them while one batter was sacked. PA

The Sri Lankans struggled against the spinners as Chahal, Kuldeep and Krunal kept them on a tight leash in the middle.  PA

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The Sri Lankans struggled against the spinners as Chahal, Kuldeep and Krunal kept them on a tight leash in the middle. PA

Prithvi Shaw came out early in the sleeves and from there India struggled to find partnerships.  Dhawan came out to Hasaranga (3 for 37), which was the bowlers' choice for Sri Lanka.  PA

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Prithvi Shaw came out early in the sleeves and from there India struggled to find partnerships. Dhawan came out to Hasaranga (3 for 37), which was the bowlers’ choice for Sri Lanka. PA

Suryakumar Yadav slammed a fifty and alongside Manish Pandey stabilized India after rapid wickets fell in the pursuit.  Manish left miserably as Surya continued.  Krunal also played well for his 35. AP

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Suryakumar Yadav slammed a fifty and alongside Manish Pandey stabilized India after rapid wickets fell in the pursuit. Manish left miserably as Surya continued. Krunal also played well for his 35. AP

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