India Legends defeated Sri Lanka in the championship game and prevailed by a score of 33 runs

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India Legends vs. Sri Lanka Legends: Tendulkar’s IND-L wins the Road Safety World final thanks to Naman Ojha’s 108*

Live score between India Legends and Sri Lanka Legends: On Saturday in Raipur, Sachin Tendulkar‘s India Legends team defeated Sri Lanka Legends with a score of 195 for 6 in 20 overs.

The Road Safety World Series Finals pits the Sri Lanka Legends team against the India Legends team. India chose to bat first in this game after winning the toss. The Indian team achieved 195 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs after electing to bat first. India’s opener Naman Ojha played an outstanding century. Naman Ojha hit 108 while still unbeaten off 71 balls. In his innings, he hit two sixes and 15 fours. In order to win the game, Sri Lanka Legends needed to score 196 runs in 20 overs.

The Indian team started out pretty poorly after choosing to bat first after winning the toss. Sachin Tendulkar, the captain of the India Legends, went back to the pavilion without making a run. Nuan Kulasekara, a quick bowler, struck out Sachin Tendulkar. As this was happening, Suresh Raina, who was next to bat, left the field after making 4 runs in 2 balls. Vinay Kumar, a fast bowler, was called upon to bat in this game. He didn’t let the team management down. Vinay Kumar contributed a significant 36 run, 21 ball inning. He hit four fours and one six during this inning.

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The Sri Lankan innings was started by Dilshan Munaweera and Sanath Jayasuriya, who both tried to hit big strokes right away due to the large target. The first duo for Sri Lanka failed to impress. India Legends’ first success came from Vinay Kumar, who appeared to be avenging Sachin’s dismissal. Actually, Vinay’s wicket was similar to Sachin’s since he bowled a strong ball to Jayasuriya (5 runs).

On the third delivery of the third over, Rajesh Pawar stumped Sri Lanka’s second opener Munavira after he had scored nine runs. He intended to play a big shot, but he missed, and Naman Ojha just stumped him.

The first over after the powerplay ended was bowled by Rahul Sharma, who handed India Legends a significant wicket by stumping Tillakaratne Dilshan. When Dilshan attempted to defend against the third ball of Rahul Sharma’s seventh over, he missed the ball but slightly extended his leg. After being stumped, Naman Ojha appeals, the television indicates a slight leg out, and Dilshan comes back after making nine runs.

Stuart Binny had wicketkeeper Naman Ojha catch Upul Tharanga (10) in the eighth over.




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