The India versus Sri Lanka match on November 2, 2023 at the Wankhede Arena in Mumbai was an uneven undertaking, with India winning overwhelmingly of 302 runs. India set up a mammoth score of 357/8 in their 50 overs, because of half-hundreds of years from Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, and Shreyas Iyer. Sri Lanka were bowled out for only 55 runs in 19.4 overs in answer, with Mohammed Shami getting four wickets.
India got off to a flying beginning, with Gill and Rohit Sharma putting on a 116-run opening organization. Gill scored a familiar 72 off 53 balls, while Sharma made a fast fire 42 off 33 balls. Kohli then, at that point, assumed control over the innings, scoring an unbelievable 82 off 66 balls. Iyer likewise contributed with an important 54 off 40 balls.
The Sri Lankan bowlers had no solutions to the Indian batting surge. Dilshan Madushanka was the pick of the bowlers, with five wickets for 72 runs. Notwithstanding, the remainder of the bowling assault was incapable, with none of different bowlers ready to get more than one wicket.
In answer, the Sri Lankan batting request imploded like a place of cards. Shami was the wrecker-in-head, getting four wickets for only six runs. He was capably upheld by Jasprit Bumrah (3/15) and Mohammed Siraj (2/12). Sri Lanka were packaged out for only 55 runs in 19.4 overs, their most minimal ever ODI all out against India.
The match was a finished mastery by India, and they will be hoping to convey this force into the semi-finals. Sri Lanka, then again, should return to the planning phase and sort out why their batting request fell so seriously.