#1 luck. He described their performances as overwhelm von mary123 04.09.2019 11:03

0 Number of chinaman bowlers who have better figures on Test debut than Lakshan Sandakans 4 for 58. The only other chinaman bowler to take a four-wicket haul on Test debut was Chuck Fleetwood-Smith (4 for 64) , against South Africa in Durban in 1935. Sandakans figures are the second-best by a Sri Lanka spinner on Test debut.320 Aggregate of runs by both teams in their first innings of this Test, the second-lowest in a Test in Sri Lanka where both sides batted. The lowest is 298, which came in Kandy in 2005 after the hosts were all out for 150 and West Indies scored 148.1934 The previous instance when two left-arm spinners took four or more wickets in the same Test innings - for England against India at Chepauk. The current Pallekele Test, where Rangana Herath and Sandakan both took four wickets, is only the third such instance. The first two instances were both for England and came before World War II.3 Four-wicket hauls for Herath in Tests in Pallekele, in four innings; he took three wickets in the other innings. His bowling average of 16.13 at this venue is his second-best among the six Sri Lankan venues he has played at.7 Four-wicket hauls for Herath in nine Tests against Australia. He has taken at least one four-wicket haul in seven of the nine Tests. His strike rate of 57.5 balls per wicket against Australia is his second-best against any team.2004 The last time Australia were all out for a total lower than 203 in Tests against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka - 120 in Kandy. Their total of 203 is their fourth-lowest against Sri Lanka in the country. The first three instances were all in Kandy.1 Australias innings of 203 in Pallekele is the first time that no batsman in their side has scored a 50 or more in an innings against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka. 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Although Bukasa tried to land a strong grip on Bolders uniform, the Israeli quickly took control and threw Bukasa once before holding her down for 20 seconds to score an automatic win.After the match, which took under two minutes, Bukasa said she was joyful simply making it to the Rio Games.Im very happy even having lost, because I had the chance to fight at the Olympics, she said. Someday I think there will be a plaque commemorating the fact that I took part in the 2016 Olympics.Misenga, 24, fared slightly better than Bukasa, winning his first bout against Indias Avtar Singh after landing one throw for a single point.His second-round fight, however, pitted him against the top-ranked judoka in the division, world champion Donghan Gwak of South Korea. With the crowd chanting his name, Misenga fought relentlessly for about four minutes until Gwak scored an ippon victory.Smiling despite his loss, Misenga said it was an honor to face a world champion and that he was proud to have lasted as long as he did -- especially since some of the most lopsided bouts this week were over in seconds.Misenga hasnt seen his family in 15 years after being separated from them at age 9 during the war in Congo. Once in the capital of Kinshasa, he learned judo at a center for displaced children.He soon began competing, but he was treated harshly whenever he lost, with his coach locking him in a cage for days with little to eat or drink. Bukasa was treated the same way by her coach after poor performances.When tthe two came to Rio for the world championships three years ago, they deserted the team hotel and sought asylum in Brazil, eventually gaining refugee status.ddddddddddddSince then, they have been training at a renowned judo school run by Brazilian Olympic bronze medalist Flavio Canto. He is the coach of judoka Rafaela Silva, who on Monday won Brazils first gold of the Rio Games.Claude Marshall, the sports coordinator for the U.N. refugee agency, said they are working to try to reunite Misenga and Bukasa with their families but havent had any luck. He described their performances as overwhelming and was struck by their reluctance to focus on themselves.Even here at the Olympics, they dont like to talk about themselves, Marshall said. They talk about doing this for the 10 million refugee kids out there and about the healing power of sport. He described the athletes losses in the preliminary rounds as no big deal and said that as far as (the U.N.) is concerned, they won.Misenga said he was proud that people around the world are watching refugees compete at the Olympics, and said that while he isnt in contact with his family, hes sure they have seen him on television.Ill send a kiss to them wherever they are, he said, adding that he intends to keep competing and hopes to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.Judo is my life, he said. I will one day win a medal.Bukasa also plans to continue her training, and while she mourns having lost touch with her family, said she has found a new one in Brazil.Its not a blood family, but the people cheering for me here in Rio are like a new family, she said. I miss my family a lot, but Im fighting not only in judo, but for my life. I hope my family and the people of Congo will do the same. ' ' '

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