Sri Lanka have failed to secure a direct qualification spot for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. The Lions will now have to go through the qualifiers. Meanwhile, they also suffered a six-wicket defeat against New Zealand in the 3rd ODI of a three-match series at Seddon Park, Hamilton. Batting first, Sri Lanka were bundled out for 157. Pathum Nissanka 57(64) scored a half-century for Sri Lanka and was the highest scorer for them. Meanwhile, Matt Henry, Daryl Mitchell and Henry Shipley picked up three wickets each. In reply, New Zealand managed to chase down this target within 32.5 overs. Will Young 86*(113) was named player of the match for his fantastic half-century. New Zealand also won the three-match ODI series by a margin of 2-0.

Sri Lanka Fail To Secure Direct Qualification for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

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