The Lankan Lions well led by Angelo Mathews and Lahiru Thirimanne followed by a deadly bowling spell by Lasith Malinga conquered the Windies in the semi final.
A sizzling unbeaten ton from the English batsman, Alex Hales converted an impossible task into a great success while chasing a huge target set by Sri Lanka.
The dangerous bowling attack of the Lankan Lions demolished the batting line up of the minnows Netherlands, at the lowest total ever in the history of T20 internationals.
Dinesh Chandimal led the Islanders to a nail biting victory by a match winning unbroken stand of 40 with Ajantha Mendis in the 5th ODI vs. the Green Shirts.
The ace all rounder of Pakistan, Mohammad Hafeez, dispatched his 2nd ton in Three ODIs vs. Sri Lanka and held two wickets as the hosts grasped the game easily.
Kusal Perera along with Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara humiliated the strong looking Pakistani bowling as Sri Lanka won the game easily.
Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kusal Perera smashed fifties and guided Sri Lanka to a comfortable win against the Black Caps in the second Twenty20.
The hosts, Sri Lanka, bounced back in the series by winning the third and final ODI against the visiting New Zealand who were unable to meet the target.
Tom Latham along with Luke Ronchi laid a solid foundation and Nathan McCullum murdered Rangana Herath in the final over as the Kiwis won vs. the Islanders.
A scintillating knock from the Sri Lankan opener, Tillakaratne Dilshan, led his side to a rousing win against the strong looking South Africa in the 3rd T20.