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Aaron Finch had set the chase off apace with a 18-ball fifty, which featured three sixes and eight fours. His share of a 5.3 over opening stand which yielded 74 runs, was 55. Warner was 18 off 14 balls at the other end, eventually making 19 from 16.Its always awesome to have one of your players go off like that and for me it is more of a watching tour to be honest, Warner said. Ive been up the other end or in the dug out watching the guys go about it. But its fantastic - I love that Finch comes out and plays his game. Thats how we play. Thats the Australian way. We have always played that way, and as I said to the guys today, you almost know what your role is. The first 10 overs was the new ball and we had to make the most of it. Its about getting a good start in these conditions and make use of that new ball when were batting, because otherwise you see what happens when the ball gets old - it starts turning square.George Bailey top-scored for Australia for the second match in a row, converting Finchs start into a win with a 85-ball 90 not out. He had again been impressive against Sri Lankas spinners, using his feet often, and using the sweep and reverse-sweep better than any Australia batsman has done on the tour.We had to learn to adapt, Warner said. Look at the way George Bailey came in and reversed and swept and backed his game plan. The way he has played in the subcontinent in the last couple of years, his form has been outstanding, and the way he finished it off today was superb.It was Australias attack that perhaps played the more definitive role in the match, however, dismissing Sri Lanka for a total captain Dinesh Chandimal suggested was at least 40 runs below par. John Hastings was the visitors major weapon, taking a career-best 6 for 45 to follow his 2 for 41 on Sunday. Hastings was especially successful through the middle overs.Hes been a very good bowler for a long tiime now and hes a very cagey one - you have to respect him, Warner said of Hastings.dddddddddddd I know when Ive played against him in the past, hes just so hard to get away. In these conditions he is very challenging to go after, and it showed tonight. His skills were fantastic and theres probably a reason he got a personal best.The other string to his bow is that he can hit a long ball. We look around our team and our squad that we have had the last two years - weve got some very good allrounders in Australia. I think were in a very good paddock and thats the fantastic thing about Australian cricket.Although his team has won the series, Warner was critical of the surfaces that have been prepared this series. He said he would rather see pitches like the one at Trent Bridge, on which England made a record 444 on Tuesday. Sri Lankas ODI venues have been consistently low-scoring over the past decade. A score of over 300 has never been successfully chased down on the island.Its hard to gain momentum when the wickets prepared are like this, Warner said. I speak from an Australian cricketers point of view - were about growing the game. When it comes to one-day cricket and Twenty20 cricket you like to see more of a contest where youre scoring over 300 runs and youre chasing down totals. Sitting back last night and watching England score 400, then coming out here, busting our backsides for both teams scramble to 200 - its probably not ideal for people coming out here to watch that kind of cricket.Its a little bit disappointing from our point of view because its not the way we like to play. We like to play an aggressive brand of cricket. We like to entertain the crowd. So far, its been very difficult to try and do that. From the Sri Lankan spectators point of view - for them Id like to see fours and sixes and big hits. At the moment its probably not that way.When you see games like the England match last night - thats what I love about cricket. I love that kind of atmosphere, and thats why as a youngster I went to watch the game. But if you come here and you play five games like that, on wickets like they have here at the moment, it is going to be very, very tough to draw a big crowd all the time. ' ' '

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