India Vs Sri Lanka 2017

India vs Sri Lanka 5th ODI 2017 Highlights

India vs Sri Lanka 5th ODI 2017 Highlights

India vs Sri Lanka 5th ODI 2017 Highlights: The run chase master Virat Kohli once again played a captain’s knock as India thrashed Sri Lanka by 6 wickets in 5th One Day match. This is 30th ODI century he made and overtaken Ricky Ponting record in the century as well. Captain Kohli need one more century so that he will be the only person standing behind only to master-blaster Sachin Tendulkar. India thrashed Sri Lanka in Test Series and ODI Series with white-wash.

Virat Kohli slammed 8th century against Sri Lanka and overall completed his 30th Century. Jasprit Bumrah declared man of the series, Bhuvneshwar Kumar declared man of the match. Read here what they said the man of the match program.

India vs Sri Lanka 5th ODI 2017 Highlights

Virat Kohli (India captain): “It’s quite amazing to have won the series 5-0. We always thought the shorter format is going to be much more challenging. The youngsters and the spunk on the field have worked for us. All round, it’s been a complete series for us. We’ve been playing some good cricket. We didn’t win three games in the shorter format before this, and now we have six in a row including the West Indies series.”

Jasprit Bumrah (Man of the Series): “It’s always a dream to play Test cricket, but I’ll wait for my chance. It was my first visit to Sri Lanka and I’m glad I did well. I was focussing on my preparation, I had time to rest and it makes you hungry. It’s been a long journey with Malinga and I’ve learned a lot.”

Upul Tharanga (Sri Lanka captain): “These are difficult times for us. India were brilliant throughout the tournament. Once we were looking at 260-70 but we lost some wickets. Our batting disappointed. We could not get the partnerships going. Losing a few main players was also the reason.”

Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Man of the Match): “I wasn’t among wickets in the first few matches. But I was happy with the way I bowled today. We knew they were not strong against slower balls. I did not want to prove anything. Whenever I got the opportunity I wanted to do well for my team.”