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Sanath Jayasuriya is a former Sri Lankan cricketer who is credited for revolutionizing One Day International cricket with his explosive batting. He is the first man in the history of the game to play 400 ODIs and only player with more than 10,000 runs and 300 wickets. Jayasuriya has influenced for many international awards in his 20 years of cricketing career. He is second only to Sachin Tendulkar by the number of Man of the match awards for ODIs, where Tendulkar has 62 Man of the Match awards, and Jayasuriya has 47 awards. He also has 11 ODI Man of the Series awards. Besides ODI awards, he has 4 Test Man of the Match awards and single Test Man of the Series awards. He has 5 T20I Man of the Match awards as well.

Test Cricket[edit | edit source]

Man of the Series awards[edit | edit source]

  • In this table Ct., refers to the Catches and St. refers to the Stumping
# Series Season Series Performance Result
1  India in  Sri Lanka Test Series 1997 571 (2 Matches, 3 Innings); 3–84, 2 Ct. Drawn
2  Sri Lanka in  Pakistan Test Series 2004/05 424 (2 Matches, 4 Innings); 2–47 Drawn 1–1

Man of the match awards[edit | edit source]

  • In this table Ct., refers to the Catches and St. refers to the Stumping
# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 1st Test –  India in  Sri Lanka Test Series 1997 1st Innings – 340(4x36, 6x2); 3 wickets, 1 Ct. Drawn
2 1st Test –  India in  Sri Lanka Test Series 2001 1st Innings – 111(4x16, 6x1); 2 Ct.
2nd Innings – 6* (4X1); 1 wicket
Sri Lanka Won by 10 wickets
3 3rd Test –  Zimbabwe in  Sri Lanka Test Series 2001/02 1st Innings – 28(4x3); 5 wickets
2nd Innings – 36 (4X6); 4 wickets, 1 Ct.
Sri Lanka Won by 315 runs
4 1st Test –  Sri Lanka in  Pakistan Test Series 2004/05 1st Innings – 38(4x4); 1 wicket, 1 run-out
2nd Innings – 253 (4X33, 6x4)
Sri Lanka Won by 201 runs

One Day International Cricket[edit | edit source]

Man of the series awards[edit | edit source]

S No Season Series Match Performance Result
1 1996 Cricket World Cup 1995/96 221 runs (6 Matches); 7–231, 5 Ct.  Sri Lanka Won the Wills Cricket World Cup.[1]
2 Singer Cup in Singapore 1995/96 221 runs. (3 Matches); 3–115, 2 Ct.  Sri Lanka Won Singer Cup.[2]
3 Pepsi Independence Cup in India 1997 306 runs. (5 Matches); 5–200  Sri Lanka Won Independence Cup.
4 India in Sri Lanka 1997 210(3 Matches); 5–184, 1 Ct.)  Sri Lanka Won the series 2–0.
5 Zimbabwe in Sri Lanka 1997/98 199(3 Matches); 4–154, 1 Ct.  Sri Lanka Won the series 3-0.
6 Coca-Cola Champions Trophy in UAE 2000/01 413(5 Matches); 1–111, 4 Ct.  Sri Lanka Won Coca-Cola Cup.
7 2001 Sri Lanka Coca-Cola Cup 2001 305(7 Matches); 3–188, 4 Ct.  Sri Lanka Won Coca-Cola Cup.
8 LG Abans Triangular Series in Sri Lanka 2001/02 194(5 Matches, 5 Innings);8–167,1 Ct.  Sri Lanka Won Abans Series.
9 Asia Cup in Sri Lanka 2004 293(6 Matches); 4–78, 1 Ct.  Sri Lanka Won the Asia Cup.
10 2006 NatWest Series 2006 322(5 Matches); 5–185  Sri Lanka Won the series 5–0.
11 Laqshya Series in Sri Lanka 2007 53(3 Matches); 9–68  Sri Lanka Won the series 3–0.

Man of the Match awards[edit | edit source]

S No Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1 New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland 1 April 1995 49 (63 balls: 4x4, 1x6); 10–0–35–3; 1 ct  Sri Lanka won by 51 runs.[3]
2 Pakistan Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE 11 April 1995 10-1-31-1; 30 (15 balls: 4x4, 1x6); 1 ct  Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets.[4]
3 Pakistan Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad 1 October 1995 51 (72 balls: 4x4, 0x6); 10-0-38-2; 1 ct  Sri Lanka won by 49 runs.[5]
4 India Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 2 March 1996 10-0-52-0; 79 (76 balls: 9x4, 2x6);  Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets.[6]
5 England Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad 9 March 1996 9-0-42-2; 82 (44 balls: 13x4, 3x6);  Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets.[7]
6 Pakistan The Padang Stadium, Singapore 2 April 1996 134 (65 balls: 11x4, 11x6); 10–0–45–1  Sri Lanka won by 34 runs.[8]
7 India R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 28 August 1996 10–1–39–1; 120* (128 balls: 8x4, 3x6);  Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets.[9]
8 South Africa Nairobi Club Ground, Kenya 1 October 1996 8–0–29–1; 45 (30 balls: 8x4, 1x6);  Sri Lanka won by 2 wickets.[10]
9 Pakistan Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE 8 November 1996 33 (34 balls: 4x4, 1x6); 5–1–15–3; 2 ct  Sri Lanka won by 75 runs.[11]
10 New Zealand Lancaster Park, Christchurch 25 March 1997 110 (115 balls: 12x4, 1x6); 10-0-26-3; 2 ct  Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets.[12]
11 India Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 17 May 1997 8–0–55–1; 151* (120 balls: 17x4, 4x6);  Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets.[13]
12 Pakistan PCA Stadium, Mohali 24 May 1997 96 (67 balls: 12x4, 1x6); 7–0–23–0  Sri Lanka won by 115 runs.[14]
13 Bangladesh Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo 22 July 1997 108 (83 balls: 14x4, 3x6);  Sri Lanka won by 103 runs.[15]
14 India R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 20 August 1997 8.3–0–35–2; 66 (56 balls: 8x4, 1x6);  Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets.[16]
15 Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 5 November 1997 6–0–54–1; 134* (114 balls: 13x4, 3x6)  Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets.[17]
16 Zimbabwe Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo 26 January 1998 10-0-66-1; 102 (100 balls: 13x4, 1x6);  Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets.[18]
17 West Indies Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE 17 October 1999 88 (80 balls: 8x4, 3x6)  Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets.[19]
18 Pakistan Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala 16 February 2000 7–0–30–2; 65 (78 balls: 9x4, 0x6);  Sri Lanka won by 34 runs.[20]
19 India Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 1 June 2000 105 (116 balls: 11x4, 0x6); 9–0–39–1  Sri Lanka won by 71 runs.[21]
20 Pakistan R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 9 July 2000 6–0–33–2; 54 (81 balls: 6x4, 1x6);  Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets.[22]
21 Zimbabwe Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE 25 October 2000 4–0–18–0; 87 (66 balls: 12x4, 2x6);  Sri Lanka won by 123 runs.[23]
22 India Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE 29 October 2000 189 (161 balls: 21x4, 4x6); 2 ct  Sri Lanka won by 245 runs.[24]
23 New Zealand Eden Park, Hamilton 6 February 2001 5–0–25–0; 103 (83 balls: 10x4, 6x6); 1 ct  Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets.[25]
24 New Zealand Seddon Park, Hamilton 8 February 2001 1–0–3–0; 52 (53 balls: 9x4, 1x6)  Sri Lanka won by 3 runs (D/L).[26]
25 New Zealand R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 18 July 2001 80 (108 balls: 8x4, 0x6); 10–0–32–1  Sri Lanka won by 16 runs.[27]
26 West Indies R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 19 December 2001 64 (85 balls: 9x4, 1x6); 9-0-41-2  Sri Lanka won by 34 runs (D/L).[28]
27 Pakistan Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE 21 January 2009 87 (78 balls: 10x4, 3x6); 6.5-0-38-2  Sri Lanka won by 41 runs.[29]
28 England Headingley, Leeds 2 July 2002 112 (87 balls: 9x4, 5x6); 4-0-25-1  England won by 3 wickets.[30]
29 Pakistan National Cricket Stadium, Tangier 17 August 2002 97 (94 balls: 12x4, 1x6); 2-0-20-0  Sri Lanka won by 39 runs.[31]
30 South Africa National Cricket Stadium, Tangier 21 August 2002 71 (71 balls: 10x4, 1x6)  Sri Lanka won by 27 runs.[32]
31 Pakistan R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 12 September 2002 3–0–15–0; 102 (120 balls: 10x4, 0x6);  Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets.[33]
32 Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 9 January 2003 122 (105 balls: 12x4, 4x6); 10-1-39-4  Sri Lanka won by 79 runs.[34]
33 England Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 13 January 2003 106 (110 balls: 15x4, 1x6); 10–0–45–1  Sri Lanka won by 31 runs.[35]
34 New Zealand Goodyear Park, Bloemfontein 10 February 2003 120 (125 balls: 14x4, 0x6); 8-0-32-1  Sri Lanka won by 47 runs.[36]
35 Bangladesh R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 23 July 2004 6–0–22–0; 107* (101 balls: 11x4, 0x6);  Sri Lanka won by 10 wickets.[37]
36 India Rangiri Dambulla Stadium, Dambulla 30 July 2005 43 (50 balls: 6x4, 0x6);  Sri Lanka won by 3 wickets.[38]
37 Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 22 January 2006 114 (96 balls: 10x4, 4x6); 8–0–50–0  Sri Lanka won by 51 runs.[39]
38 England Kennington Oval, Kandy 20 June 2006 9–0–51–3; 122 (136 balls: 15x4, 2x6);  Sri Lanka won by 46 runs.[40]
39 England Headingley, Leeds 1 July 2006 5–0–35–1; 152 (99 balls: 20x4, 4x6);  Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets.[41]
40 Netherlands VRA Ground, Amstelveen 4 July 2006 157 (104 balls: 24x4, 1x6);  Sri Lanka won by 195 runs.[42]
41 New Zealand McLean Park, Napier 28 December 2006 10-0-42-0; 111 (82 balls: 12x4, 5x6)  Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets.[43]
42 New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland 6 January 2007 70 (44 balls: 7x4, 5x6)  Sri Lanka won by 189 runs.[44]
43 Bangladesh Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 21 March 2007 109 (87 balls: 7x4, 7x6); 1.5-0-2-0  Sri Lanka won by 198 runs (D/L).[45]
44 West Indies Providence Stadium, Guyana 1 April 2007 115 (101 balls: 10x4, 4x6); 8.3–0–33–3  Sri Lanka won by 113 runs.[46]
45 Bangladesh R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 23 July 2007 9.5-0-31-4; 24 (39 balls: 4x4, 0x6);  Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets.[47]
46 Bangladesh National Stadium, Karachi 30 June 2008 130 (88 balls: 16x4, 6x6)  Sri Lanka won by 158 runs.[48]
47 India Rangiri Dambulla Stadium, Dambulla 20 June 2009 107 (114 balls: 10x4, 1x6);  India won by 6 wickets.[49]

Twenty20 Internationals[edit | edit source]

Man of the Match awards[edit | edit source]

S No Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1 England The Rose Bowl, Southampton 15 June 2006 4-0-32-2; 41 (30 balls: 4x4, 2x6)  Sri Lanka won by 2 runs.[50]
2 New Zealand Westpac Stadium, Wellington 22 December 2006 4-0-21-3; 51* (23 balls: 10x4, 1x6)  Sri Lanka won by 18 runs (D/L).[51]
3 Kenya The Wanderers, Johannesburg 14 September 2007 88 (44 balls: 11x4, 4x6); 3-0-9-1  Sri Lanka won by 172 runs.[52]
4 New Zealand The Wanderers, Johannesburg 15 September 2007 4-0-25-1; 61 (44 balls: 6x4, 3x6);  Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets.[53]
5 Pakistan Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City 13 October 2008 40 (34 balls: 3x4, 2x6)  Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets.[54]
6 West Indies Trent Bridge, Nottingham 10 June 2009 81 (47 balls: 10x4, 3x6); 3-0-34-0  Sri Lanka won by 15 runs.[55]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Wills World Cup, 1996". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 11 March 2017. 
  2. "Singer Cup, 1996". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 11 March 2017. 
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  4. "6th Match: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Sharjah, Apr 11, 1995 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
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  6. "24th Match: India v Sri Lanka at Delhi, Mar 2, 1996 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
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  10. "3rd Match: South Africa v Sri Lanka at Nairobi (Club), Oct 1, 1996 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
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  12. "2nd ODI: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Christchurch, Mar 25, 1997 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  13. "4th Match: India v Sri Lanka at Mumbai, May 17, 1997 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  14. "1st Final: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Mohali, May 24, 1997 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  15. "5th Match: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (SSC), Jul 22, 1997 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
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  17. "5th Match: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Lahore, Nov 5, 1997 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  18. "3rd ODI: Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Colombo (SSC), Jan 26, 1998 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  19. "4th Match: Sri Lanka v West Indies at Sharjah, Oct 17, 1999 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  20. "2nd ODI: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Gujranwala, Feb 16, 2000 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  21. "3rd Match: India v Sri Lanka at Dhaka, Jun 1, 2000 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  22. "4th Match: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS), Jul 9, 2000 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
  23. "4th Match: Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Sharjah, Oct 25, 2000 | Cricket Scorecard". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2015-08-05. 
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