Usman Limbada batted for 64 runs and Ruvindu Gunasekera drove in another 40 as Canada defeated the United States in a one-day international Friday in Lauderhill, Fla.

The U.S. batted first and drove in 194 runs over 49.3 overs. The Canadians claimed nine wickets as bowlers Raza-Ur Rehman and Junaid Siddiqui held American batsmen in check despite an opening 46 from William Perkins.

With Limbada, Gunasekera and 39 from Daesrath Damodar pacing the Canadian attack, the Canadians eclipsed the Americans' score in 46.5 overs. The U.S. claimed just six wickets.

The 50-over match followed a two-day match between the North American rivals that ended in a draw, allowing Canada to retain the Auty Cup.

Canada and the U.S. will finish their cricket series with a pair of Twenty20 matches on Saturday.