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Sri Lanka's disappointing start, New Zealand succeeded by 10 wickets

New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in his first match in the World Cup.

In the match played in Cardiff, New Zealand won the toss and decided to bowler first, which proved to be correct when Lehra took only 4 runs to go to Pelilan.

On this occasion, Kuala Parera and captain Dmat Kronearte tried to handle the team by setting 42 runs, but with 29 runs, Parra started out as the wicket fell and 60 reached the combinations. The team was punished by 6 wickets.

Thaarera Parra came with the help of captains on this stage and both of them scored 52 runs while batting and scored 27 runs in Tasara Perera in an attempt to play a big shot at Mitchell Sen's ball.
On the other hand, Karnataka scored half the score, but he remained unbeaten looking forward to the pallin return of fellow players and beat him.

Sri Lanka's entire team scored 136 runs in 30th and 8 of their players could not even enter double feathers.

Lucky Figginson and Matt Henry three by New Zealand were the most successful bowler to take three wickets.

In pursuit of the target, KV Openers got the best start of their team and New Zealand won the first wicket of the 17th over without any wicket win.

Martin Gupta scored 58 runs with 51 balls and 8 fours and Colin Monroe scored 58 runs.

Matt Henry was declared the best player of the match on the best bowling

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