India won this series 3-0, just after winning 3-0 against the West Indies by the same margin. Thus India won two successive home T20I series with 3-0 clean sweeps.
The last series between India and SL was in July 2021, when SL won 2-1 against a depleted Indian team visiting the island. Earlier India had won 3-0 against Sri Lanka at home in Dec 2017.
Overall results in T20Is:
India continued its dominance at home, though SL has done better at home and at neutral venues.
We now look at individual performances, starting with
Most runs (150 or more):
Dhawan leads here, while Kohli and RG Sharma are joint second.
RG Sharma is the only one with a century, and Kohli the only one with 4 50+ scores.
SS Iyer made 3 fifties in this series.
Highest innings (60 and above):
While RG Sharma has the highest score in these matches, he failed to cross 60 in this series. Ishan Kishan’s 89 was the highest in this series. Apart from SS Iyer’s consistency, there were also good innings by Nissanka and MD Shanaka this time.
There is not enough data for meaningful analysis of batting averages and strike rates.
Most wickets (8 and above):
No one has taken 5wi in these matches. YS Chahal is the only one with 2 4wis.
Chahal has the most wickets, closely followed by Chameera.
Best innings bowling (including all 3wi):
Ashwin and Hasaranga (PWH de Silva) have the best innings figures. The best in this series was 2-9 by B Kumar.
Again, we do not have enough data for bowling averages etc.
Most dismissals (5 and above):
Led by Dhoni, while HH Pandya has the most dismissals by a fielder.
Most innings dismissals (3 and above):
Dhoni leads again. No one else has taken more than 2 dismissals in an innings.
Minimum 20 runs and 2 wickets in a match:
No good performances in this series. Yuvraj’s performance in 2009 is clearly the best, while Ashwin’s would be next best.