Sri Lankan veteran Kumar Sangakkara, who has already announced retirement from ODI cricket after 2015 World Cup, has made history by hitting four consecutive hundreds. He became the first batsman in ODI history to so when he scored 124 against Scotland at Hobart today.
Powered by Sangakkara’s 124 and Dilshan’s 104, Sri Lanka posted 363/9 in 50 overs. Angelo Mathews contributed 51 and Perera 24. Josh Davey took three wickets, while Alasdair Evans and Richie Berrington took two wickets each.
If Sri Lanka win today, they will move to second spot in the points table of Pool A behind New Zealand. This is their last league match in 2015 World Cup.