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Mathews exits World T20 as Sri Lanka's tragic heroHamstrung, running out of partners and his team's title defense at stake -- the stage was set for Angelo Mathews to emerge from the Saturday night drizzle and enter Twenty20 folklore but the Sri Lankan captain fell agonizingly short.At 15-4, after England had set them a 172-run victory target in the World Twenty20 match, Sri Lanka's title defense looked all but over inside three overs.Mathews bashed the first delivery to cover and declined a single. Stokes replied with a yorker which Mathews dug out for two runs and two more came in the next delivery when Adil Rashid nearly grabbed his scoop shot at short fine leg.
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