India beat Sri Lanka in 4th ODI by 168 runs

India beat Sri Lanka in 4th ODI by 168 runs

Team India successfully proves their worth in the Innings winning approach in Test Tour against Sri Lanka. The game is scheduled to commence at 2:30 AM according to the local time.

Talking about the toss, Kohli said: "We wanted to bat first because we hadn't batted first in the three games".

34-year-old cricketer Lasith Malinga, who made his debut in the year 2004, has played as many as 202 ODI's so far.

Asked about the achievement, he said: "300 wickets is special". Only once they have done better: 261 against Sri Lanka in Rajkot in 2009.

Dinesh Chandimal was put in charge of the test team, who were whitewashed in the test series by India and now face similar humiliation in ODIs against their neighbours. This series includes the five matches in which three matches won by India.

Both teams next clash on Sunday in the fifth and final ODI at the very same venue.

Dhoni is also close to breaking two individual records: He is just one stumping away from becoming the first wicketkeeper in ODI history to reach 100 stumpings. In the space of two innings now, he has scored 54 and 124 not out.

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But, he couldn't find any support from the other end and eventually fell prey to Axar Patel in search of quick runs.

The match however is proving to be a statistician's delight, when it comes to Dhoni. Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly' 318-run stand is the highest in this case.

Indian opener Rohit Sharma (124*) smashed a brilliant century, while Dhoni (67*) scored a half-century as India registered a six-wicket victory at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium on 27 August.

Since returning from a 19-month ODI absence, Malinga has struggled to live up to expectations as he has taken eight wickets in 11 ODIs at a disappointing average of 63.25.

Hardik Pandya is on the strike next.

With the series already in pocket, Kohli batted with gay abandon, hitting 17 fours and two sixes in his 96-ball 131.

After Kohli got out, it was Rohit, who took over from the captain and completed a wonderful ton. Spinner Malinda Pushpakumara dismissed the left-handed batsman for four runs in the second over.