Avishka Ferndando's maiden ODI century overshadows Nicholas Pooran's ton as Sri Lanka beat West Indies in World Cup encounter

Here are the best photos from Sri Lanka's 23-run win over West Indies in their Cricket World Cup clash.

FirstCricket Staff July 02, 2019 15:42:51 IST
Avishka Ferndando's maiden ODI century overshadows Nicholas Pooran's ton as Sri Lanka beat West Indies in World Cup encounter
Avishka Ferndandos maiden ODI century overshadows Nicholas Poorans ton as Sri Lanka beat West Indies in World Cup encounter

Sri Lanka's Avishka Fernando scored a century on Monday as he guided his team to a 23-run win over West Indies in an ICC cricket World Cup match agaibst West Indies in durham's Chester-le-Street. Reuters

Avishka Ferndandos maiden ODI century overshadows Nicholas Poorans ton as Sri Lanka beat West Indies in World Cup encounter

Jason Holder celebrates the dismissal of Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne. AP

Avishka Ferndandos maiden ODI century overshadows Nicholas Poorans ton as Sri Lanka beat West Indies in World Cup encounter

Sri Lanka's Kusal Perera celebrates after scoring a half-century. He played a knock of 64 runs. AP

Avishka Ferndandos maiden ODI century overshadows Nicholas Poorans ton as Sri Lanka beat West Indies in World Cup encounter

Chris Gayle walks back after being dismissed for 35. AP

Avishka Ferndandos maiden ODI century overshadows Nicholas Poorans ton as Sri Lanka beat West Indies in World Cup encounter

West Indies' Nicholas Pooran impressed with a knock of 118 off 103 balls. His knock, which eventually went in vain, consisted of 11 fours and four sixes. AP

Avishka Ferndandos maiden ODI century overshadows Nicholas Poorans ton as Sri Lanka beat West Indies in World Cup encounter

Lasith Malinga celebrates after dismissing West Indies captain Jason Holder. The West Indies remained with just one win after they completed eight games. Reuters

 

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