IND vs SL, 3rd ODI: Virat Kohli suffers a tragic accident while stopping a shot, the Sri Lankan is carried off the field on a stretcher.

Thiruvananthapuram: The third and final match of the ODI series between India and Sri Lanka (IND vs SL) is played at the Greenfield International Stadium. Batting first, India scored 390 runs for five wickets. Captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first. First Shubman Gill and then Virat Kohli scored a century to take the team to a huge score.

Tough competition between Sri Lankan players

During the Indian innings, there was a fierce battle between the Sri Lankan players. The incident happened in the 43rd over. Virat Kohli was playing with 95 runs. He plays the ball towards square leg. Jeff Wanderse runs to deep square leg and Ashen Bandara blocks the ball to deep mid-wicket. As the ball was between them both players dived to block it and collided with each other.

Bandara, who was included in the playing eleven for this match, slid with the help of his leg to block the ball. When Jeffrey tries to stop him with his hand. Meanwhile, Bandara’s knee lands on Wondersay’s stomach. Meanwhile, Bandara was also injured. Both players lay across the boundary line. The match was stopped for a long time after the physio arrived and checked both of them. All the Sri Lankan players came to ask about their partner’s condition. Bandara was unable to walk. Because of this, a stretcher had to be brought to the field. He lay on it and passed out.

India scored 390 runs

A century partnership between the in-form Virat Kohli and opener Shubman Gill took India to 390 for five. Kohli remained unbeaten on 166 runs. Young batsman Shubman Gill scored 116 runs. This is Kohli’s 46th ODI century and Gill’s second.

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