Asked to pick a winner, Mathews said: “That’s a toughie. Both teams are quite even and on that day whoever does less mistakes will win the game.”
The Sri Lankan captain was pleased with how his team had performed since losing their opening game against New Zealand.
“We can’t be happy. Our main objective was to get to the semi-finals, but I thought from there we wanted to kick on to the finals. We just wanted to take one game at a time, and we just had a bad day at the office. “But credit should go to the whole team, the way they showed their character in the second and third games after losing to New Zealand. “We had to do it the hard way, and the boys rose up to the occasion.”
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