Sri Lanka’s coach, Chris Silverwood, attributed their poor performance at the World Cup to inconsistency. Despite being eliminated, Sri Lanka suffered a five-wicket defeat to New Zealand in their ninth match at Bengaluru’s M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. Silverwood acknowledged that while they played some good cricket, missed opportunities and inconsistency were the main factors contributing to their downfall. He emphasized the need for continued improvement and stated that they would review their performances in India to learn from their mistakes and prepare for the next World Cup. Sri Lanka currently sits in ninth place with four points, tied with England, Bangladesh, and the Netherlands. Silverwood expressed the importance of a thorough debrief and analysis to identify areas for growth and ensure they put their best foot forward in the future. The article was reported by Pearl Josephine Nazare in Bengaluru and edited by Peter Rutherford, adhering to the Thomson RushHourDaily Trust Principles.
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