Sri Lanka batsman Kumar Sangakkara has created history as he becomes first batsman to score four consecutive centuries in One-Day Internationals and cricket world cup. He scored hundred in 86 balls with 9 fours and three sixes. Sangakkara also scored tons against Bangladesh, England and Australia in previous matches.
Kumar Sangakkara made 124 in 94 balls before getting out and hit four huge sixes and 13 boundaries. He slammed 24 runs in an over. Sangakkara and Dilshan built a partnership of 195 runs for second wicket. Dilshan made 104 runs in 99 balls before returning to pavilion.
Sangakkara also becomes first batsman to score five hundreds in cricket world cup history. This was 35th match in 2015 ICC world cup between Sri Lanka and Scotland. Sri Lanka has already qualified for quarterfinals of tournament and is expected to face South Africa.