London: Statistical highlights of the 11th match of the ICC Twenty20 World Championships between Sri Lanka and West Indies at Trent Bridge.
Sri Lanka's 15-run win is their fifth in seven games in the ICC World Twenty20.
Dwayne Bravo (51 off 38 balls) has posted his maiden fifty in Twenty20 Internationals, surpassing the 28 not out off 15 balls against Australia at Bridgetown on June 20, 2008.
Playing in his third Twenty20 International, Lendl Simmons has bowled for the first time, capturing four for 19 off three overs.
Simmons is the third bowler after Pragyan Ojha and Shahid Afridi to bag four wickets in an innings in the ICC World Twenty20.
Simmons is the only all-rounder to take four wickets and make 25 runs or more in a Twenty20 International.
Simmons became the first West Indian bowler to capture four wickets in an innings in a Twenty20 International.
Simmons' figures of 4 for 19 are the best by any bowler against Sri Lanka in the ICC World Twenty20.
Sri Lanka (192 for five) posted their second highest total in the ICC World Twenty20 - their highest being 260 for six against Kenya at Johannesburg on September 14, 2007.
Sanath Jayasuriya's fourth fifty in Twenty20 Internationals is his first against West Indies.
Jayasuriya is the first batsman from Sri Lanka and the seventh overall to aggregate 400 runs in Twenty20 Internationals - 424 (ave.35.33) in 13 matches.
Jayasuriya (81 off 47 balls) posted his second highest innings in Twenty20 Internationals - his highest being 88 off 44 balls against Kenya at Johannesburg in the first edition of the ICC World Twenty20.
Sanath Jayasuriya and Tillakaratne Dilshan have been involved in an opening partnership of 124 runs, which is Sri Lanka's first ever century partnership for any wicket in the Twenty20 Internationals.
Sri Lanka's previous best for the opening wicket was 82 between Upal Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya against New Zealand at Johannesburg on September 15, 2007.
Tillakaratne Dilshan (74 off 47 balls) has registered his best batting performance in Twenty20 Internationals. The said innings is his third fifty. He has surpassed his previous best of 61 off 47 balls against India at Colombo, RPS on February 10, 2009.
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