However, it all boiled down to how the bowlers executed their plans after India won the toss and asked Sri Lanka to bat. We just discussed how to execute our plans and it worked out for the better part of the game," Shardul said. Sri Lanka, minus captain Dinesh Chandimal, were making good progress, having raced to 94 for two after 10 overs. But India pegged Sri Lanka back again with quick wickets in the form of Perera, Jeevan Mendis and the big one of Kusal. The big blow to Sri Lanka came when Kusal departed next, gifting an easy catch to Rohit off Chahal's bowling.
Source: The Telegraph March 12, 2018 21:33 UTC