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An exciting series against top class opponents



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After ending a controversial tour of West Indies, the Sri Lankan team didn’t have much time off the field as the formidable South Africans landed in Colombo for an intriguing battle. Let’s take a closer look at how the teams fared across all three formats.

It is fair to say that it was a memorable series victory for the Sri Lankans, but the concern is that it was not a collective effort from them. At times we felt as it was a tussle between the Sri Lankan spinners and the South African batsmen.

Dimuth Karunaratne, however, was the standout performer for the hosts having scored 356 runs at a stunning average of 118. None of the other batsmen were fit to hold a candle to him.

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