Standing tall and calling a spade a spade
It was one of the most erudite expressions made about contemporary cricket in Sri Lanka. It was articulate, eloquent and very Sri Lankan. In short, after going through the content, I can understand how the former Sri Lankan cricket captain Kumar Sangakkara managed to keep an audience of over 1,500 people spellbound for more than an hour with his own experiences in the game and other matters which affect the game. As a matter of fact it was done at the home of cricket – Lord’s.
Lankans go down fighting

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, July 9, 2011 (AFP) - England beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs to win the fifth and final one-day international at Old Trafford on Saturday and take the series 3-2.

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