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13 October 2017, 11:22 | Henrietta Morgan
Pakistan claimed a 1-0 lead in the one-day worldwide series against Sri Lanka with an 83-run victory thanks to Babar Azam's century and fine bowling from Rumman Raees and Hasan Ali. Get live cricket score of Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, 1st ODI here. Ahmed Shehzad will open the batting alongside Fakhar Zaman, and left-arm quick Rumman Raees will replace Amir in the playing squad.
Babar's innings was labored to begin with but, critically he prevented the type of collapses that have plagued Pakistan for some time.
Lahiru Thirimanne was the only Sri Lankan top-order batsman who played with any authority for his 53 as Pakistan took regular wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.
He would add 64 with Fakhar (43) before the opener was beaten by Akila Dananjaya's googly a ball after hitting him out of the park.
Dananjaya (50*) played out the innings with the pressure off and scored himself a maiden ODI fifty in Sri Lanka's 209/8.
But an unbroken 23-run partnership off 10 balls by Imad Wasim (10, five balls, 1 six) and Hasan Ali (11, five balls, 2 fours) made sure Malik's wonderful efforts didn't go in vain.
The defeat was Sri Lanka's 17th in 21 ODIs in 2017.
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