Trent Bridge: It is a battle most people lose by the time they are 40. But Sanath Jayasuriya, who says age does not worry him, seems to be enjoying the shortest version of cricket. On Wednesday, he dominated Trent Bridge, smashing 81 off 47 balls to lead Sri Lanka to a 15-run win over West Indies.
Jayasuriya turns 40 this month but looked as young as he smashed 10 fours and three sixes in his side's 192 for five.
The Windies managed 177 for five in reply, with Jayasuriya also bowling three overs, including the first of the innings.
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"It shows good confidence when you can play that way. With the way he is playing, I know I can just play my game.