Colombo: India were 197 for nine against Sri Lanka in their Super Four clash, when there was yet another rain interruption in the Asia Cup, here on Tuesday.
Sri Lankan rookie left-arm spinner Dunith Wellalage returned with a career-best 5/40, while Charith Asalanka offspinner accounted for the remaining four wickets in a stellar bowling display of 9-1-18-4 to derail the star-studded Indians after they opted to bat.
It was a day after they had posted a mammoth 350-plus total against arch-rivals Pakistan en route to their huge 228-run win.
Mohammed Siraj was batting on two, giving company to Axar Patel (15 batting) when rain halted the play.
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Rohit Sharma was the Indian top scorer with his 48-ball 53.