England squashed Sri Lanka with a ten wicket win in the third ODI played at Old Trafford, Manchester, on Wednesday.
English stride aggressor James Anderson sets the tone by an opening burst figuring 7-2-10-2. Chris Jordan was the human, who done major damage with his first five-wicket haul hustling the Sri.
Lanka batsmen with his step, watching the early exemplary work of Anderson.
Alastair Cook, who had turned back from injury, and Ian Bell chased the prey in the 13th over scoring 6 runs.
Prepare scored 30 while Bell, who stopped the mate with a straightforward six – knocked off the runs before the scheduled tea break made 41
London, the fourth ODI of 5-Match series will be run on May 31 at Lords.