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    RCB’s Dilshan shines in SL win

    DD’s Jayawardene, Warner and MI’s Malinga also impress

    By IPL Desk
    Mumbai 06 March 2012
    Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Tillakaratne Dilshan came up with an all-round performance as Sri Lanka drew level with Australia in the CB series best-of-three finals. Opening the bowling for Sri Lanka, Dilshan finished with impressive figures of 10-0-40-1 and then struck a well-paced century (106 off 119 balls) as the visitors chased down the hosts’ score of 271 in 44.2 overs.

    Earlier, Australia were powered to a competitive total of 271 thanks to centuries from Michael Clarke (117) and David Warner (100). Incidentally, Warner, who will turn out for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 2012, cracked his second consecutive century after a match-winning 163 in the first of the CB series finals on Sunday.

    Mumbai Indians’ Lasith Malinga, winner of the IPL 2011 Purple Cap, did his best restrict the hosts’ score; the pacer finished with incisive figures of 10-1-40-3.

    Sri Lanka took complete control of the chase as Dilshan and Delhi Daredevils’ Mahela Jayawardene struck a 179-run opening stand. Although Jayawardene, who was trapped lbw by Kolkata Knight Riders’ James Pattinson on 80, couldn’t go on to complete his century, Dilshan brought up his hundred off 110 deliveries. The Australians eventually dismissed Dilshan, but with Deccan Chargers’ Kumar Sangakkara (51*) hitting an unbeaten half-century, the Lankans cruised to an impressive eight-wicket win. Dilshan was named Man-of-the-Match for his all-round effort.

    The final match of the CB series finals will be played on March 8 at Adelaide.

    Brief scores: Sri Lanka 274/2 in 44.2 overs (Tillakaratne Dilshan 106, Mahela Jayawardene 80, Kumar Sangakkara 51*) beat Australia 271/6 in 50 overs (Michael Clarke 117, David Warner 100, Lasith Malinga 3/40) by eight wickets

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