Watch: Umran Malik dismisses Sri Lankan captain with 155 kmph rocket ball, breaks record for fastest delivery

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The first T20I match between India and Sri Lanka was played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai earlier this year. The Indian team won this thrilling match by 2 runs. On the other hand, India’s speed king Umran Malik showed his power very well. He took 2 wickets in this match, the most important thing is that he bowled at a speed of 155 km in the match. Where he dismissed Sri Lankan captain Dashun Shanaka on this ball. Where no answer to this pace was found with the Sri Lankan captain.

Umran Malik dismisses Dasun Shanaka

Batting first after losing the toss, the Indian team scored 162 runs for 5 wickets, where the responsibility of saving it was now on the shoulders of the Indian bowler. While debutant Shivam wreaked havoc from one end and took 4 wickets, Raftaar King Umran got the Indian team back in the match by dismissing Sri Lanka’s most stalwart batsman at the right time.

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Where Umran Malik got Shanaka caught at mid-wicket by Chahal on the fourth ball of the 17th over, which he bowled at a speed of 155 km, turned the match in favor of India. Where Shanaka wanted to hit the ball coming at a speed of 155 km and the bat turned in his hand and the ball went into the hands of Chahal.

Umran Malik’s dashing bowling

Umran bowled tremendously with great control. Where Umran scored 2 wickets for 27 runs in 4 overs. Where his economy was 6.8. Umran Malik along with Shanaka got Aslanka caught out by Ishaan Kishan at the score of 12. At the same time, after this victory, the Indian team has gone ahead 1/0 in the 3-match series.

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