Champions Trophy: India Suffer First Loss As Sri Lanka Pull Off Stunning Victory
India suffered their first loss in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 after going down by 7 wickets to Sri Lanka at the Kennington Oval on Thursday.
India opener Shikhar Dhawan hammered a fine century, the 10th of his One-Day International career, in India's second ICC Champions Trophy match against Sri Lanka at the Kennington Oval in London on Thursday.
India captain Virat Kohli didn't trouble the scorers much as he was dismissed for a duck against Sri Lanka at Kennington Oval on Thursday.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni was in his elements against Sri Lanka as he reached his half-century in no time, taking India to a mammoth total of 321 for 6 against Sri Lanka at Kennington Oval.
Danushka Gunathilaka took the Indian bowlers to the cleaners as he laid the foundation for Sri Lanka to chase down the mammoth Indian total at Kennington Oval on Thursday.
India skipper Virat Kohli would be disappointed with India's bowling performance as the bowlers failed to pick up wickets at regular intervals at Kennington Oval.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar struck with the ball for India by removing Sri Lankan opener Niroshan Dickwella early on in the innings, giving India their first breakthrough.
Ravindra Jadeja turned out to be expensive for India as the left-arm spinner returned with figures of none for 52 in his six overs against Sri Lanka at Kennington Oval.
Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews played a brilliant cameo at the end of the Sri Lankan innings to guide his team to a seven-wicket victory against India at Kennington Oval.
Thisara Perera unsuccessfully appeals for the wicket of India's Rohit Sharma at the Kennington Oval on Thursday.
There was a lot of support for India in the match against Sri Lanka at the Kennington Oval on Thursday.