Joined: 09 July 2012
Australians were all out for 74 runs, just a short while ago in the third ODI game played against Sri Lanka, as they struggled to cope up with the excellent bowling of Lankan Seamers.
Nuwan Kulasekera was leading the pack and he captured 5 wickets by conceding just 22 runs from 10 overs.
The Aussie top order struggled to face the swing bowling of Kulasekera, as the likes of Michael Clarke, Phil Hughes and George Bailey, all fell to his bowling.
Lasith Malinga captured the wickets of Mathew Wade, Mitchell Johnson and Clint Mckay to claim three wickets.
However, it was Angelo Mathews, who gave the right start for the visitors by removing David Warner for just 4 runs.
At one time, the Australians were 9 wickets down for 40 runs and faced the threat of being bowled out for their lowest ODI score.
However, a very brief partnership between the last Aussie pair helped the host reach 74 runs in 26.4 overs.
The lowest ODI score of the Aussies in ODI is 70 runs.
Joined: 05 July 2012
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