Over 4.1 Wanindu Hasaranga tossed up delivery to Steven Smith,1 run, gets forward and flicks it through mid-wicket for a single.
Over 4.2 Wanindu Hasaranga tossed up delivery to DA Warner, Boundary! Plants his front foot across and sweeps it with the spin over the backward square, he was always looking to get it up and over and was able to do that effortlessly.
Over 4.3 Wanindu Hasaranga bowls a quicker arm ball to DA Warner, no run, rock back in the crease, cuts and picks out the backward point fielder.
Over 4.4 Wanindu Hasaranga bowls it short of length to DA Warner, Boundary! Gives himself some room and cracks it in front of the square this time, Mendis dives to his right near the cover and allows it to burst through his hands.
Over 4.5 Wanindu Hasaranga bowls it short of length to DA Warner, Boundary! Rock back in the crease and pulls it to the right of square leg and picks up his third boundary of the over.
Over 4.6 Wanindu Hasaranga bowls a quicker arm ball to DA Warner, Boundary! Gets quick to pounce on that, he treks back and cuts it in front of square, this time Mendis didn't have any chance of stopping that.
Over 13.1Wanindu Hasaranga to DA Warner Wide ball ...
Over 13.1 Wanindu Hasaranga tossed up delivery to DA Warner, wide, gets forward and leaves it down the leg side through to the keeper and the Umpire signal it wide.
Australia won by 9 wickets and lead the series with 2-0
Finch: Pretty clinical and it's a nice game. The way Steve and Dave went about things was world-class. I think at the end of the day, they (bowlers) know their roles pretty well and it makes my job very easy. The amount of cricket they (Warner and Smith) played around the world and passing on that knowledge to the rest of the guys is massive.
Malinga: It's a tough side and I think with this kind of batting line-up our score wasn't enough. We didn't get the score we expected and the batsmen will have to be more responsible. Shot selection is not that great and we didn't get any partnerships in the middle overs. The only positive is preparation for the upcoming T20 World Cup as we will be playing in similar conditions and we will have to test ourselves in such situations.
David Warner is the Man of the Match