Twitter reactions: Henry Shipley’s maiden fifer energy New Zealand to thumping win over Sri Lanka in first ODI
New Zealand and Sri Lanka confronted off within the first ODI of the three-match collection on the Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday, March 25.
Sri Lanka gained the toss and elected to bowl first.
New Zealand’s batting lineup put up a difficult complete of 274 runs for the lack of 10 wickets in 49.3 overs. Finn Allen (51 runs off 49 balls) and Rachin Ravindra (49 runs off 52 balls) have been the top-scorers for the Blackcaps whereas Chamika Karunaratne (4 wickets for 43 runs in 9 overs) was the decide of the bowlers for the touring social gathering.
In reply, Sri Lanka’s batting lineup struggled to deal with New Zealand’s bowling assault, and have been all out for simply 76 runs in 19.5 overs. Henry Shipley (5 wickets for 31 runs in 7 overs) and Daryl Mitchell (2 wickets for 12 runs in 3 overs) have been the top-performing bowlers for New Zealand.
New Zealand gained the match convincingly by 198 runs and Shipley was awarded the ‘Participant of the Match’ for his maiden 5 wicket haul.
Sri Lanka’s aspirations for direct qualification to the ODI World Cup later this yr depend upon the continuing collection, and this demoralizing defeat means they need to swiftly improve their efficiency in the event that they want to maintain these hopes.
The following match between the 2 groups will happen at Hagley Oval, Christchurch on March 28, 2023.
Right here’s how Twitter reacted:
Finest ODI bowling by Canterbury gamers at Eden Park
5-31 Henry Shipley v Sri Lanka 25 March 2023
5-32 Rod Latham v Australia 28 March 1993#NZvSL
— Francis Payne (@FPayne100) March 25, 2023
76 all out – nicely, no less than SL averted their lowest complete in ODIs in 2023 (73 v. India) thus far… #BePositive #LookOnTheBrightSide #NZvSL
— TheBoundaryEdge (@TheBoundaryEdge) March 25, 2023
New Zealand thrash Sri Lanka by 198 runs within the first ODI.#NZvSL Scorecard: https://t.co/geEz83OBsu #CricketTwitter pic.twitter.com/TrHJN3rtRe
— CricketTimes.com (@CricketTimesHQ) March 25, 2023
Maiden 5-wicket haul in ODIs for Henry Shipley (5-31) as NZ demolish SL by 198 runs within the first ODI
76 all out – surprising!#NZvSL
— ThePoppingCrease (@PoppingCreaseSA) March 25, 2023
Completely dominating win for the @BLACKCAPS that includes a 5 Wicket Bag for the the Good Ship Henry Shipley!!!
(📹 @sparknzsport) pic.twitter.com/nQDpbSc6SX
— The ACC (@TheACCnz) March 25, 2023
73/10 v 🇮🇳
76/10 v 🇳🇿
Final 2 ODI scores of Sri lanka 🇱🇰
Nothing going of their manner !! 🤦🏻♀️😮
They’re on the verge of getting Zimbabwe’s ticket for enjoying Qualifiers of 2023 world cup, in the event that they loses subsequent match. #Cricket #NZvSL #SLvNZ
— Visheshta Jotwani 🌸💓 (@visheshtaaa_j15) March 25, 2023
Srilanka can solely safe direct qualification for the 2023 Cricket World Cup if
They beat New Zealand of their subsequent 2 matches &
Hope Netherlands beat South Africa in 1 out of two matches &
Eire do not whitewash Bangladesh in Could #NZvSL#Cricket pic.twitter.com/pyOE0T6R6k
— Arnav Singh (@Arnavv43) March 25, 2023
New Zealand declare a complete win and take 1-0 lead within the ODI collection.#NZvSL pic.twitter.com/g2i47BMR0x
— Sri Lanka Cricket 🇱🇰 (@OfficialSLC) March 25, 2023
New Zealand cricketers who’ve taken 5 fer towards Srilanka in ODIs
Richard Hadlee – 5/25 at 1983 WC
Danny Morrison – 5/34 in Sharjah 1996
Matt Henry – 5/40 in Mt Maunganui 2016
Henry Shipley – 5/31 in Auckland 2023
— Austinion (@Austin40276662) March 25, 2023
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 198 runs within the first ODI match and brought 1-0 lead on this collection. What a dominating efficiency by Kiwis – Finn Allen highest scorer and Henry Shipley picked 5 wickets for New Zealand.
— CricketMAN2 (@ImTanujSingh) March 25, 2023
For the second time in ODIs, Sri Lanka are bowled out in lower than 20 overs as they’re all out for 76 in 19.5 overs, their fifth lowest rating within the format and successive under 100 rating when chasing. Henry Shipley takes his maiden fifer as New Zealand win by 198 runs pic.twitter.com/oq7OBiHDbo
— Akhila Seneviratne (@AkhilaSene97) March 25, 2023