England Set Target of 185 runs against Sri Lanka

england U-19England Set Target of 185 runs against Sri Lanka in the third quarter-final of the Under-19 World Cup in Mirpur today.

England has lost all wickets and scored 184 in 49.2 over.

Thilan Nimesh collected the final wicket Mason crane because the ball was a ctach mid-wicket England has some how got her self a decent total. Wanidu Hasaranga was the bowler Star picking up three wickets in his 10 overs. Ben Green was the third window and an attempt to sweep the ball as it rolled to a perfect Yorker.

Earliar, England won the toss and elected to bat.

England has lost a couple of quick wickets – that of their starters – within the first 10 overs of the match and Sri Lanka have had a strong message to the quarterfinals after initial pressure on England’s batsmen start.

Another cheap on by Damitha Silva as England batsmen to cross fifty career mark. England lost to J Burnham Wanidu Hasaranga de Silva, Burnham managed to gather only a nick to the stumps as a ball thrown by Hasaranga. Burnham made 11 runs from 21 balls.

England has been one of the top in the tournament winning all their matches very convincing. In his first game that hit Fiji by bowling them for just 72 runs, winning the match by a huge 299 run margin.

The second game was much more human, and who defeated West Indies by 61 runs in Chittagong.

They returned to form UN-resentful toppling Zimbabwe for just 159 chasing 288 runs careers.

Sri Lanka started well keeping hitters Canada under 119 Defending a total of 315 runs.

Second game against Afghanistan was a matter upside down as they managed only 184 runs, but where able to get them out of 151.

In the third game against opponents sub-continent had been very different because you just lose out as a matter of 23 races to finish second in the group.

These are the teams:

England:

MDE Holden, DW Lawrence, JTA Burnham, CJ Taylor, GA Bartlett, SM Curran, RC Daviest, BJ Taylor*, BGF Green, MS Crane, S Mahmood

Sri Lanka:

WMK Bandara, WIA Fernando, PHKD Mendis, KIC Asalanka*, S Ashan, PVR de Silvat, PWH de Silva, NACJ Nanayakkara, BADN Silva, SHTN Nimesh, AM Fernando