The game between Sri Lanka and New Zealand on Sunday at Cardiff was basically a case of both sides putting shoddy batting performances, and New Zealand winning because they showed enough pluck at the end, and some luck also went their way.
In the Group A clash of the Champions Trophy on Sunday at Cardiff, Sri Lanka were blown over for 138 by New Zealand inside 38 overs. This is Sri Lanka’s second lowest total in the competition. We take a look at the lowest score in the Champions Trophy for all the eight teams taking part in this year’s farewell edition.
New Zealand scraped through a nerve-wrecking one-wicket win over Sri Lanka at Cardiff in a low scoring contest. Just a couple of days, two teams at this very ground had scored nearly 600 runs and today Sri Lanka and New Zealand barely got past three figures with great difficulty.