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Dhananjaya de Silva’s gets out in a bizarre way against West Indies!
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Hit-wicket excusals are extremely uncommon in worldwide cricket. Be that as it may, two players have experienced similar destiny in a space of 12-13 hours. Harshal Patel was the person who upset the bails with his bat during the third T20I against New Zealand in Kolkata on Sunday (November 21). Sri Lankas Dhananjaya de Silvas method of excusal was additionally something very similar on Monday early daytime during the principal meeting of opening Test match against West Indies.
The subsequent days play is presently in progress and in the main thirty minutes itself, Dhananjaya got out for no specialized issue of his. Subsequent to finishing the first day of the season unequivocally at 273/4 because of Dimuth Karunaratnes century and De Silvas fifty, the unbeaten pair wouldve wanted to fortify the groups position.
In any case, the 95th over of the innings which Shannon Gabriel was bowling brought the genuinely necessary accomplishment for West Indies on the subsequent morning. The speed bowler conveyed an innocuous back of a length conveyance outside off which the player remained on the backfoot and guarded.
Be that as it may, he did it with the delicate hands which implied the ball streamed in reverse and was arriving on the stumps. Dhananjaya de Silva attempted to alter the bearing of the ball with his bat however couldnt do it in the main endeavor. He terrified and attempted to rehash it with the opposite side of the bat just to upset the leg-stump himself.
He was furious with himself and saved his face with the bat. Dhananjaya was batting so perfectly in the center and looked set for a major score just to end his promising thump in an odd manner. By and by, the center request hitter scored 61 runs off 95 conveyances with five fours to his name and above all, sewed a vital association of 111 runs for the fourth wicket with his captain Karunaratne. It was Dhananjayas counter-assault that had given the force after West Indies took steps to flee with fast wickets in the third meeting of the first day of the season.
In perhaps the most odd dismissal youll at any point see on a cricket pitch, Sri Lankan allrounder Dhananjaya de Silva thumped the bails off the stump with his bat while attempting to save the ball from ricocheting back on the wickets in the first test match against in Quite a while. The occurrence occurred in the 95th over when Shanon Gabriel bowled a short conveyance and de Silva punched it back on the pitch. While trying to prevent the ball from ricocheting onto the sticks, de Silva crushed the stumps with the bat.
The replay showed de Silva attempting to drive the ball away with the bat, however it hit the top edge and still the danger of the stumps being upset wasnt put off. So he utilized the bat in a rush to drive it away to the opposite side, in the process froze and hit the leg stump. A fine innings of 61, consequently reached a conclusion. Sri Lanka commander Dimuth Karunaratne, who arrived at his thirteenth test hundred on Sunday, was puzzled by Joshua Da Silva off spinner Chase for 147. He hit 15 fours in his 300-ball innings.
Pursue took 5-83, his fourth test five-wicket pull, while left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican guaranteed 3-87. West Indies batsman Jeremy Solozano, playing his first test, is out of the remainder of the match subsequent to being concussed while getting a blow on his cap as he handled at short leg on Sunday.
Dhananjaya de Silva put in a decent batting show during Sri Lanka's continuous first Test match against West Indies at the Galle International Stadium. Regardless of his knock of 61 off 95 balls on Day 2, the all-rounder was excused in a bizarre way. While attempting to forestall getting bowled out, he wound up thumping the balls off the stumps. The 30-year-old's visit in the wrinkle was purchased to an end by Shannon Gabriel in the initial phases of Day 2 on Monday. In the 95th over of the innings, the pacer conveyed a length ball, outside off, which De Silva attempted to shield on the backfoot. Yet, he was shocked by the abrupt skip in the conveyance and endeavoring to alter the course of the ball in a condition of frenzy, he wound up hitting it on the leg-stump.
Here is the video of De Silva's wicket :