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Sri Lankan Fielder carried off on a stretcher when two of their fielders collided

We saw something similar in the ongoing IND vs SL ODI. Where Virat Kohli pulls off shots easily on the onside. Now, the recent form of the 34-year-old right-handed batsman is such that whatever shot he plays, he just runs towards the boundary. It’s safe to say that the king is back!

Meanwhile, on the last ball of the 43rd over in the India vs Sri Lanka ODI, Virat Kohli hit the pull shot brilliantly. This led to a scuffle between two Sri Lankan fielders – Jeffrey Vandersay and Ashen Bandara.

When the ball was running towards the onside boundary. Both fielders form a reactive run towards the ball from deep midwicket and deep square leg positions.

Jeffrey Vandersay decided to dive in front to keep Kookaburra from touching the ropes when Ashen Bandara tried to slide to save the ball.

From the initial looks of the encounter, it looked dreadful. But later, upon treatment and observation by the physio, it was clarified that Vandersay could continue. However, Ashen Bandara was carried off on a stretcher while both sets were applauded by the fans. He was holding his right knee when he was taken off in the third and final IND vs SL ODI.

 

On another note, Virat Kohli scored his second century in the IND vs SL series. This triple figure in Thiruvananthapuram made it the third in the last 4 ODI innings. Also, it was Virat Kohli’s 46th ODI century and 75th century in all Formats.

IND VS SL: Twitterati react to Virat Kohli’s century and send wishes to the Sri Lankan player.

In a mixed set of emotional roller coaster of a game, Twitterati reacted quickly to the events following the third and final IND vs SL ODI in Thiruvananthapuram.

Ian Bishop congratulated Kohli on Twitter.

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