Previous India player Virender Sehwag thought of an out-of-the-case idea, saying it would be intriguing in the event that groups who lose against a side that hasn’t qualified, likewise wind up losing their capability for the World Cup.
Dasun Shanaka-drove Sri Lanka dazzled everyone as the side proceeded to overcome Pakistan by 23 runs in the last to win the Asia Cup for the 6th time. In the last, Sri Lanka were facing it at 58/5 batting first, yet Bhanuka Rajapaksa’s unbeaten 71-run thump assisted Sri Lanka with posting 170/6 out of 20 overs and afterward Pramod Madushan’s four-wicket pull packaged out Pakistan for 147 and accordingly, Sri Lanka dominated the game by 23 runs.
It is critical to take note of that Sri Lanka don’t have an immediate capability for the impending T20 World Cup, and they need to play the qualifiers first to seal a capability for the gathering stage. Previous India player Virender Sehwag thought of an out-of-the-case idea, saying it would be intriguing on the off chance that groups who lose against a side that hasn’t qualified, likewise wind up losing their capability for the World Cup.
Nicely done Sri Lanka, meriting heroes of #AsiaCup. Envision, they haven’t equipped for the T20 World Cup which is to be held one month from now. Wouldn’t it be fascinating on the off chance that you lose to a group that hasn’t qualified you also lose capability. Carry ud jaate sab groups ke. #SLvsPAK,” tweeted Sehwag.
Sri Lanka, a nation getting pieces after the passing of a majority rules government while confronting colossal monetary choppiness, found 11 commendable legends on a cricket pitch as Dasun Shanaka’s unheralded pack squashed Pakistan by 23 rushes to bring home their 6th Asia Cup championship here on Sunday.
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It was a triumph that was only not about cricket but rather far past that with a lot further verifiable and political significance.