Thursday, July 25, 2024

Here’s the Revised Target for Sri Lanka After DLS Adjustment in 42 Overs

In a cricketing twist, the target for Sri Lanka has been revised after a DLS (Duckworth-Lewis-Stern) adjustment. Initially, Pakistan had set a target of 252 runs, but due to the DLS system, one run was taken off Sri Lanka’s target. So now, the revised target for Sri Lanka stands at 252 runs, to be chased down in 42 overs.

Pakistan’s journey to this total was marked by a remarkable comeback. They found themselves in a precarious position at 130/5 within 28 overs. However, Mohammad Rizwan and Iftikhar Ahmed teamed up brilliantly, stitching together a crucial partnership of 108 runs. Iftikhar Ahmed’s dismissal, just three runs short of a half-century, was the highlight of the late innings. Meanwhile, Mohammad Rizwan remained unbeaten, contributing an impressive 86 runs to his team’s total.

As the teams prepare to resume play, cricket fans anticipate an exciting match with Sri Lanka aiming to reach the adjusted target and secure a win in these 42 overs.

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