Sri Lanka captain Chamari Athapaththu led from the entrance with 101 off 85 balls, main her workforce to a commanding 93-run win over Pakistan within the third and last ODI of the collection at Southend Membership on Sunday.
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Regardless of the loss, Pakistan had an unassailable lead within the collection and gained by 2-1.
After Chamari’s blitz took Sri Lanka to 260/7, the vacationers then bowled out Pakistan for 167 in 41.4 overs. From the collection, which is part of the ICC Ladies’s Championship, Pakistan now have 4 factors whereas Sri Lanka collected two factors from Sunday’s win, ending their tour on a excessive after dropping T20I collection 3-0 and first two ODIs.
Chamari, who had struggled to get happening the tour, lastly displayed her immense batting prowess with a scintillating century to set a stable platform for her facet’s imposing whole after she gained the toss and opted to bat first for the fifth time on the tour. The left-hander posted the sixth century of her 50-over profession off the 82nd ball of her knock, laced with 13 fours and a six.
Although she fell shortly for 101 with Nida Dar dismissing her within the thirty first over, Chamari had achieved her job by then to set a platform for Sri Lanka’s whole. She started by taking the assault to Pakistan’s bowlers after dropping Hasini Perera (3) and Hansima Karunaratne (0) in fast succession.
Chamari discovered an in a position associate in Harshitha Madavi because the duo added 152 for the third-wicket, turning into the primary Sri Lanka pair to share a partnership above 150 in ODIs. After Athapaththu’s departure, Madavi stored the scoreboard transferring for Sri Lanka. She was ultimately dismissed within the forty fourth over for 75 off 128 balls and added 60 for the fourth-wicket with Kavisha Dilhari (28).
For Pakistan, Anam Amin and Fatima Sana took two wickets apiece for the hosts whereas Nida and Omaima Sohail had a wicket every. Of their pursuit of 261, Pakistan had been pegged again after a good begin, slumping from 41/0 to 48/4 in 9 overs.
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Sidra Amin, Muneeba Ali, captain Bismah Maroof and Nida Dar had been dismissed in fast succession as Sri Lankan bowlers tightened the screws. Although Omaima fought arduous together with her 40 off 61 balls and all-rounder Aliya Riaz hit 56 off 82 balls, Pakistan by no means recovered from the collapse within the first ten overs because the required run-rate surged and not one of the batters might meet up with it.
Chamari capped off a superb day within the area with 2/20 in six overs whereas Oshadi Ranasinghe took 2/29. Kavisha, Sugandika Kumari and Inoka Ranaweera took a wicket apiece in Sri Lanka’s win which got here within the forty second over.
Temporary Scores: Sri Lanka 260/7 in 50 overs (Chamari Athapaththu 101, Harshitha Madavi 75; Anam Amin 2/43, Fatima Sana 2/51) beat Pakistan 167 all out in 41.4 overs (Aliya Riaz 56, Omaima Sohail 40; Chamari Athapaththu 2/20, Oshadi Ranasinghe 2/29) by 93 runs