LONDON (Reuters) - Dhananjaya de Silva has replaced the injured Kusal Perera in Sri Lanka's Champions Trophy squad, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said in a statement on Saturday.
Perera suffered a hamstring injury in Thursday's stunning seven-wicket victory over defending champions India at the Oval.
"The Event Technical Committee of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 has approved Dhananjaya de Silva as a replacement player for Kusal Perera in the Sri Lanka squad for the tournament," the ICC said.
The 25-year-old De Silva, a top-order batsman and off-spinner, has played 16 ODIs, scoring 334 runs and taking four wickets.
Sri Lanka play Pakistan in their last Group B game in Cardiff on Monday needing victory to reach the semi-finals.
All four teams in the group are level on two points from two matches.
Reporting by Tom Hayward, editing by Ed Osmond