IND Vs SL Asia Cup 2023 Final Sri Lanka Recorded Lowest ODI Totals Against India And Lowest Totals In An ODI Final

India vs Sri Lanka Final, Asia Cup 2023: In the final match of Asia Cup 2023 being played between India and Sri Lanka, a great performance was seen from the bowlers of the Indian team. In this match, Sri Lankan team was limited to only 50 runs in 15.2 overs. Team India witnessed havoc due to the bowling of Mohammad Siraj who took 6 wickets for 21 runs in his 7 overs. Apart from this, Hardik Pandya took 3 wickets and Bumrah also took 1 wicket.

Sri Lanka becomes the lowest scoring team in ODI against India

After the poor performance of the batsmen of the Sri Lankan team, now three shameful records have been registered in their name in ODI cricket. Now the record of recording the lowest score by any team in ODI format against India is in the name of Sri Lankan team. Earlier this record was recorded in the name of Bangladesh. In the year 2014, Team India had bowled out Bangladesh for 58 runs in the ODI match played in Mirpur.

Sri Lanka made the lowest score in the final match of ODI history

The record of making the lowest score in the final match played in any tournament so far in the ODI format has been registered in the name of Sri Lanka. Even before this, this record was in his name, when in the final match played in Sharjah in the year 2000, he was limited to scoring only 54 runs. The record of playing the least number of overs in the final match by any team in ODI has also been registered in the name of Sri Lanka, in which they were limited to only 15.2 overs in this match.

Sri Lanka’s second lowest score in ODI

If we look at the lowest score of the Sri Lankan team so far in the history of ODI format, it was 43 runs against South Africa in the year 2012. Apart from this, his second lowest score recorded in this match is 50 runs. Only 2 players of the Sri Lankan team were successful in touching double figures in this match.

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