Yesterday former Sri Lankan skipper Dinesh Chandimal scored a 391 ball 354* with 33 fours and 9 sixes for SL Army. Here are some records Chandimal broke with this mammoth knock.
30 August, 2020 | 09:24 a.m.
Yesterday former Sri Lankan skipper Dinesh Chandimal scored a 391 ball 354* with 33 fours and 9 sixes for SL Army. This is the highest score ever in a domestic first-class match in Sri Lanka go fast Kithruwan Vithanage's 351. the score 354 in all first-class cricket has never been scored before anywhere and this is the 12th highest unbeaten first-class knock-in All First-class cricket. Here are some records Chandimal broke with this mammoth knock.
Chandimal's 354* register as the highest individual score in a domestic first-class game in Sri Lanka. Here are the highest scores in other countries,
If Chandimal had score another 21 runs he could have broke the record for the highest first-class score by a Sri Lankan by going fast Mahela's 374 against South Africa. Here are the most prolific first-class innings by Sri Lankans.
Chandimal's 354 today is first such score in an FC cricket. This was the lowest 350 plus score that was never scored by any player. Next such 350 plus score is 358, all scores from 200 to 325 have been scored. Between 325-350 six scores have not been achieved.
This is Chandimal's maiden triple century and his highest first-class score, his previous best was 244. With this knock, he became only the 10th Sri Lankan to score a triple century in first-class cricket.
Four of top 5 spots of Highest Fc scores in Sri Lankan domestic cricket is occupied by wicket keeper batsman. Only Thilina Kandamby was not a wicketkeeper.
with this knock, Chandimal became the second player to go fast 1000 FC runs in this season after NCC's Lahiru Udara. Chandimal has now scored 1027 runs this season from 13 innings with 2 not-outs at an astonishing average of 93.36 including a triple hundred, two centuries and four fifties.