Sri Lanka trounced India by 161 runs in a rather one-sided affair at Sabina Park on Tuesday. As the cliche goes, Sri Lanka were as good as India were poor.
Without MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli was left to command the troops, and he struggled. Choosing to field because of the assumption that the pitch was damp, that theory fell flat on its face very early on. Sri Lanka amassed 348-1, and India responded by being bowled out for 187.
The Champions Trophy winners never really looked in the game, and while it was a case of "just going through the motions," there were still a few lessons for both sides.
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