WATCH: Dasun Shanaka takes a brilliant catch off his own ball to send back India’s last recognised batsman

Dasun Shanaka sends off Nitish Rana: The Indian Contingent being hit by the CoronaVirus has changed the entire dynamics of the ongoing series between India and Sri Lanka and the hosts have miraculously become the favourites now, with almost all of the regular players of the Indian squad being ruled out due to safety precautions. The Blues have already lost the second match of the series and as it now stands, they are off to a horrific start in the final series deciding match as well.

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Having won the toss, Indian captain Shikhar Dhawan opted to bat first and the decision could not quite go in favour of the visitors. Skipper Shikhar Dhawan, who is currently the Indian side’s best hope for scoring some runs, departed for a duck and gave India a sloppy start to begin with. His opening partner Ruturaj Gaikwad did no better as he departed for Unfortunately, the CSK batsman has still been India’s highest scoring batsman for India tonight so far.

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There were some hopes from Nitish Rana as the KKR batsman was off to a great start in the first match but departed unluckily. He too failed the fans but his dismissal was a result of Dasun Shanaka’s excellent presence of mind. The Sri Lankan Skipper delivered a great ball which totally beat Nitish Rana. After hitting the bat, the ball rose back up and was followed by an excellent piece of fielding by the bowler itself. Pure show of athleticism from the bowler there. The commentators themselves were confused as to what aspect of Dasun Shanaka’s performance should be applauded more- his bowling or his fielding.

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