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Sri Lanka crash to heavy 226-run defeat

2018-06-08 07:14:13
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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (AFP) — West Indies completed a crushing 226-run victory over Sri Lanka just after lunch on the final day of the first Test on Sunday as the tourists surrendered meekly following the demise of century-maker Kusal Mendis and captain Dinesh Chandimal.

Set a daunting target of 453, the Sri Lankans crashed from 189 for three in mid-morning to be dismissed for 226 just after lunch, suffering their first Test match defeat at the hands of the Caribbean side for ten years, when they were also beaten at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad.

Off-spinning all-rounder Roston Chase triggered the final capitulation in which five wickets fell for just eight runs.

His dismissal of Chandimal in the last over before the lunch interval broke the back of the tourists’ resistance and he claimed three of the remaining four wickets to fall to finish with the impressive figures of four for 15 off 8.2 overs.

It looked so much better for Sri Lanka when Mendis, 94 not out overnight with Sri Lanka on 176 for three, reached his fifth Test century shortly after the start of the day’s play.

However any hope of the visitors seriously challenging a world record target effectively evaporated with his dismissal, caught behind for 102 off fast bowler Shannon Gabriel.

Even the prospects of saving the match or at the very least taking the game into the final session disappeared with the loss of three more wickets before the break, including two off the final over bowled by Chase. 

Stubborn nightwatchman Lahiru Gamage had fallen LBW to leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo for just three after more than an hour’s resistance but the death knell was really sounded for the Sri Lankans when Chase accounted for both Chandimal and Niroshan Dickwella in the space of five deliveries.

Chandimal was forced to curtail his innings on Saturday afternoon when on 15 because he was feeling unwell.

He resumed after the fall of Mendis and showed no signs of further discomfort in getting to 27 until a flighted delivery from Chase tempted him into attempting to heave over midwicket only for the miscue to offer a simple catch to Kraigg Brathwaite running around to short mid-on.

It was hardly the sort of example he would have wanted to set as Sri Lanka’s captain.

Within minutes he was joined by Dickwella in the dressing room as the wicketkeeper-batsman was trapped palpably leg-before by a quicker delivery from Chase.

"I think our fielding was below par in the first innings when we dropped some important catches,” said Chandimal in reflecting on his team’s disappointing overall performance.

“We need to learn from our mistakes and regroup quickly for the next match.”

Sri Lanka expect to welcome back middle-order batsman Dhananjaya de Silva for the second Test starting Thursday in St Lucia.

His arrival in the region was delayed by the shooting death of his father.

West Indies were in no mood to slacken their grip on the match on the resumption after lunch as Bishoo had Rangana Herath taken at short-leg before Chase sealed victory with the wickets of Suranga Lakmal and Lahiru Kumara off successive balls, both adjudged caught behind by 'man of the match' Shane Dowrich.

“I just wanted to stick to the basics and make the most of all my preparation coming into this series, and it worked out for me,” said the wicketkeeper-batsman, whose unbeaten 125 was the cornerstone of the West Indies first innings recovery and final total of 414 for eight declared.

“Consistency is something I have been striving for because I want to score runs in every game.”

Earlier, Mendis had wasted no time in getting to three figures.

He flicked a delivery from West Indies captain Jason Holder to backward square-leg for his tenth boundary.

He also hoisted two sixes in a determined innings that occupied 110 deliveries. Yet for all that time at the crease, there was nothing he could do to avoid an unplayable delivery from Gabriel which kicked off a good length to brush the batsman’s gloves on the way through to Dowrich.

“Everyone in this team deserves enormous credit for the way we battled through on a pitch that wasn’t the easiest,” said Holder in reflecting on a victory achieved after two declarations by him.

“I wasn’t worried coming into this final day because the pitch was deteriorating a bit and I just felt our bowlers had to build a bit of pressure and we would be able to strike, and when we struck we got wickets in clusters.”

Windies  1st innings 414 for 8 decl and 223 for 7 decl (Kieran Powell 88, Jason Holder 39; Lahiru Kumara 3 for 40, Rangana Herath 2 for 52)

 

Sri Lanka  2nd innings

 Kusal Mendis        c Shane Dowrich b Shannon Gabriel           102

 Kusal Perera        c Devon Smith b Shannon Gabriel              12

 Dinesh Chandimal    c Kraigg Brathwaite b Roston Chase           27

 Angelo Mathews      c Shane Dowrich b Jason Holder               31

 Roshen Silva        c&b Devendra Bishoo                          14

 Lahiru Gamage       lbw Devendra Bishoo                           3

 Niroshan Dickwella  lbw Roston Chase                             19

 Dilruwan Perera     Not Out                                       3

 Rangana Herath      c Shai Hope b Devendra Bishoo                 0

 Suranga Lakmal      c Shane Dowrich b Roston Chase                1

 Lahiru Kumara       c Shane Dowrich b Roston Chase                0

 Extras              3b 4lb 7nb 0pen 0w                           14

 Total               (83.2 overs)                        226 all out

Fall of Wickets : 1-21 Perera, 2-123 Mathews, 3-175 Silva, 4-189 Mendis, 5-195 Gamage, 6-218 Chandimal, 7-222 Dickwella, 8-225 Herath, 9-226 Lakmal, 10-226 Kumara

 Bowling           Ov  Md  Rn  Wk  Econ  Ex

 Kemar Roach       15   3  57   0  3.80  2nb

 Shannon Gabriel   15   2  52   2  3.47  4nb

 Jason Holder      14   6  24   1  1.71  1nb

 Miguel Cummins    12   4  23   0  1.92

 Devendra Bishoo   19   2  48   3  2.53

 Roston Chase     8.2   1  15   4  1.80

Windies near victory despite Mendis' fight

Kusal Mendis led a strong Sri Lankan second innings effort but West Indies still held the advantage at stumps on day four of the first Test at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad on Saturday. Set a daunting target of 453 when the hosts declared their second innings at 7-223 just after lunch, the visitors reached 3-176 by the close with Mendis unbeaten on 94.

They require another 277 runs on the final day and will be hoping their captain Dinesh Chandimal, who retired unwell on 15 in the afternoon session, can resume his innings to bolster a team that looked completely out of contention at the start of the day's play. Given that the world record for the highest successful run chase in the fourth innings of a Test match is 418 - set by the West Indies against Australia in Antigua in 2003 – the odds are very much stacked against the Sri Lankans, especially with the pitch offering more variable bounce that could prove increasingly hazardous on the final day.

However, if Mendis can replicate the determination he showed through nearly four hours at the crease and get the support from his teammates, starting with nightwatchman Lahiru Gamage, then a draw at the very least still remains a possibility. His innings has not been without incident, though, as he would have been given out caught behind off fast bowler Shannon Gabriel when on six had West Indies captain Jason Holder opted for a television referral of the not out ruling given on the field. Mendis, who has so far faced 186 deliveries and struck two sixes and nine fours, was also dropped on 42 by wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich off leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo.

It was Bishoo who claimed the final wicket of the day just before bad light ended play when he had Roshen Silva caught and bowled off a leading edge.  Gabriel had earlier despatched Mendis's opening partner Kusal Perera to a first slip catch by Devon Smith in the fourth over of the innings and after Chandimal left the field with his personal score on 15. Former skipper Angelo Mathews added 74 runs with the resolute Mendis until he fell to a leg-side catch by Dowrich off Holder for 31. 

Earlier, having pushed the lead beyond the 400-run mark in the morning session when they lost three wickets and added a further 78 runs, including Kieran Powell for a top score of 88, West Indies batted for an additional 15 minutes in the afternoon session before Holder declared. It was the first time since the drawn 1985 fixture against New Zealand in Georgetown, Guyana that the West Indies had declared in both innings of a Test match. Most of the attention in the morning session surrounded the prospect of Powell reaching a fourth Test century.

Impressing with his elegant stroke play in reaching 64 overnight, the left-hander looked well on course to reach three figures but an error of judgement brought an end to his innings as he failed to get to the pitch off an attempted leg-side flick off spinner Dilruwan Perera and substitute fielder Jeffrey Vandersay took a good catch diving forward at midwicket. Fast-medium bowler Lahiru Kumara again led the Sri Lankan effort with figures of 3-40 to finish with seven wickets in the match.

West Indies  1st innings

 Kraigg Brathwaite  c Niroshan Dickwella b Suranga Lakmal         3

 Devon Smith        Run Out Lahiru Kumara                         7

 Kieran Powell      b Lahiru Kumara                              38

 Shai Hope          c Niroshan Dickwella b Lahiru Kumara         44

 Roston Chase       c Angelo Mathews b Rangana Herath            38

 Shane Dowrich      Not Out                                     125

 Jason Holder       c Niroshan Dickwella b Lahiru Kumara         40

 Devendra Bishoo    c Roshen Silva b Suranga Lakmal              40

 Kemar Roach        c Dinesh Chandimal b Lahiru Kumara           39

 Miguel Cummins     Not Out                                       0

 Extras             14b 20lb 4nb 0pen 2w                         40

 Total              (154.0 overs)                          414 decl

Fall of Wickets : 1-4 Brathwaite, 2-40 Smith, 3-80 Powell, 4-134 Hope, 5-147 Chase, 6-237 Holder, 7-339 Bishoo, 8-414 Roach

Did Not Bat : Gabriel

 

 Bowling          Ov  Md  Rn  Wk   Econ  Ex

 Suranga Lakmal   29  11  55   2   1.90  2nb

 Lahiru Gamage    26   6  67   0   2.58  2nb

 Dilruwan Perera  35   5  84   0   2.40

 Lahiru Kumara    31   4  95   4   3.06  2w

 Rangana Herath   32   9  67   1   2.09

 Kusal Mendis      1   0  12   0  12.00

 

 Sri Lanka  1st innings

 Kusal Mendis        c Jason Holder b Shannon Gabriel              4

 Kusal Perera        c Roston Chase b Kemar Roach                  0

 Dinesh Chandimal    c Roston Chase b Shannon Gabriel             44

 Angelo Mathews      c Roston Chase b Jason Holder                11

 Roshen Silva        b Kemar Roach                                 5

 Niroshan Dickwella  Run Out Kraigg Brathwaite                    31

 Dilruwan Perera     c Shai Hope b Devendra Bishoo                20

 Rangana Herath      c (Sub) b Miguel Cummins                      5

 Suranga Lakmal      c Devendra Bishoo b Miguel Cummins           15

 Lahiru Gamage       Not Out                                       0

 Lahiru Kumara       c Shane Dowrich b Miguel Cummins              8

 Extras              8b 16lb 6nb 0pen 12w                         42

 Total               (55.4 overs)                        185 all out

Fall of Wickets : 1-2 Perera, 2-16 Mendis, 3-30 Mathews, 4-43 Silva, 5-121 Chandimal, 6-140 Dickwella, 7-148 Herath, 8-156 Perera, 9-175 Lakmal, 10-185 Kumara

 

 Bowling            Ov  Md  Rn  Wk  Econ  Ex

 Kemar Roach        10   3  34   2  3.40  1w 1nb

 Shannon Gabriel    13   0  48   2  3.69  1w 2nb

 Miguel Cummins   12.4   4  39   3  3.08  1w 2nb

 Jason Holder        7   1  15   1  2.14  1nb

 Devendra Bishoo    13   2  25   1  1.92

 

 West Indies  2nd innings

 Kraigg Brathwaite  c Niroshan Dickwella b Lahiru Kumara        16

 Devon Smith        b Suranga Lakmal                            20

 Kieran Powell      c (Sub) b Dilruwan Perera                   88

 Shai Hope          c Kusal Mendis b Lahiru Kumara               1

 Roston Chase       b Rangana Herath                            12

 Shane Dowrich      lbw Lahiru Kumara                           13

 Jason Holder       lbw Rangana Herath                          39

 Devendra Bishoo    Not Out                                     16

 Kemar Roach        Not Out                                     11

 Extras             4b 2lb 1nb 0pen 0w                           7

 Total              (72.0 overs)                          223 decl

Fall of Wickets : 1-36 Smith, 2-55 Brathwaite, 3-75 Hope, 4-119 Chase, 5-149 Dowrich, 6-191 Powell, 7-203 Holder

Did Not Bat : Cummins, Gabriel

 

 Bowling          Ov  Md  Rn  Wk  Econ  Ex

 Suranga Lakmal   12   2  32   1  2.67  1nb

 Lahiru Gamage    15   3  43   0  2.87

 Rangana Herath   24   5  52   2  2.17

 Lahiru Kumara     9   0  40   3  4.44

 Dilruwan Perera  12   1  50   1  4.17

 

 Sri Lanka  2nd innings

 Kusal Mendis      Not Out                             94

 Kusal Perera      c Devon Smith b Shannon Gabriel     12

 Dinesh Chandimal  Retired Hurt                        15

 Angelo Mathews    c Shane Dowrich b Jason Holder      31

 Roshen Silva      c&b Devendra Bishoo                 14

 Lahiru Gamage     Not Out                              0

 Extras            3b 3lb 4nb 0pen 0w                  10

 Total             (53.4 overs)                     176-3

Fall of Wickets : 1-21 Perera, 2-123 Mathews, 3-175 Silva

To Bat : Dickwella, Perera, Herath, Lakmal, Kumara

 

 Bowling            Ov  Md  Rn  Wk  Econ  Ex

 Kemar Roach        10   2  44   0  4.40  1nb

 Shannon Gabriel  10.4   2  44   1  4.12  2nb

 Jason Holder       10   4  18   1  1.80  1nb

 Miguel Cummins      8   1  22   0  2.75

 Devendra Bishoo    10   1  32   1  3.20

 Roston Chase        5   0  10   0  2.00

 

Dominant hosts put the foot down on day three of the first Test in Trinidad

West Indies turned the screws on Sri Lanka, taking a 360-run lead with six second innings wickets in hand at the close of the third day of the first Test on Friday. Continuation of the inept batting display of the previous evening, save for a 78-run fifth-wicket partnership between captain Dinesh Chandimal and wicketkeeper-batsman Niroshan Dickwella, saw the tourists lose their last six wickets for 64 runs to be dismissed for 185 at tea in reply to the home side's formidable first innings total of 8-414 declared.

However, home skipper Jason Holder declined to enforce the follow-on at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad, giving the opportunity to Kieran Powell to compile an entertaining, unbeaten 64 as the West Indies reached stumps at 4-131. With two days left in the match, it remains to be seen what target Holder will feel comfortable with on the fourth day and, more importantly, how much time he believes he will need to ensure his bowlers, himself included, can complete the victory to give his side an early lead in the three-match series.

Following the devastation wreaked by pacemen Shannon Gabriel and Kemar Roach late on day two and at the start of day three, it was fast-medium bowler Miguel Cummins who cleaned up the Sri Lankan tail to finish with the best innings figures of 3-39. However, there can be no trivialising the damage inflicted by the two new ball bowlers, both in terms of wickets and psychologically, on batsmen who appeared almost completely incapable of coping with fast, short-pitched bowling on a sporting surface. Yet as well as the hosts bowled on the third day, the visitors contributed to their own demise with a succession of poor shots. Already in trouble at the overnight position of 3-31, Sri Lanka lost Roshen Silva at the start of the morning, bowled by Roach, before Chandimal and Niroshan Dickwella offered the only substantial resistance.

They looked to be getting on top of the bowling heading into the lunch interval when Chandimal, on 44, set the tone for the remainder of the innings by playing a loose shot in the final over before the break off Gabriel for Roston Chase to take his third catch of the innings at backward point. Dickwella was then run out for 31 in a mix-up with new batsman Dilruwan Perera early into the afternoon session and from that point the innings subsided swiftly. Despite the West Indies' comfortable position at the start of the second innings, the pressure was once again on the recalled Devon Smith to deliver at the top of the order.  Run out in the first innings for just seven, he was first bowled by a no-ball from Suranga Lakmal and then bowled again by the very next delivery, this time legitimately, and departed for 20.

Lahiru Kumara, who impressed with his pace and effort in taking four wickets in the first innings, enjoyed success again when he had the other opener, Kraigg Brathwaite, caught by Dickwella and removed premier middle-order batsman Shai Hope shortly after to a second slip catch by Roshen Silva. At the other end, Powell was all impressive assurance with his stroke play, reaching the half-century mark off just 59 deliveries. By the time stumps were drawn, his 64 had occupied 80 balls in an innings embellished by two sixes and six fours. He lost Chase just before the close of play, bowled by Rangana Herath. It was hardly cause for celebration, though, in a Sri Lankan camp bracing for the challenge of batting for survival at some point on the fourth day against the likes of Gabriel and Roach on a wearing pitch.

West Windies  1st innings

 Kraigg Brathwaite  c Niroshan Dickwella b Suranga Lakmal         3
 Devon Smith        Run Out Lahiru Kumara                         7
 Kieran Powell      b Lahiru Kumara                              38
 Shai Hope          c Niroshan Dickwella b Lahiru Kumara         44
 Roston Chase       c Angelo Mathews b Rangana Herath            38
 Shane Dowrich      Not Out                                     125
 Jason Holder       c Niroshan Dickwella b Lahiru Kumara         40
 Devendra Bishoo    c Roshen Silva b Suranga Lakmal              40
 Kemar Roach        c Dinesh Chandimal b Lahiru Kumara           39
 Miguel Cummins     Not Out                                       0
 Extras             14b 20lb 4nb 0pen 2w                         40
 Total              (154.0 overs)                          414 decl
Fall of Wickets :
1-4 Brathwaite, 2-40 Smith, 3-80 Powell, 4-134 Hope, 5-147 Chase, 6-237 Holder, 7-339 Bishoo, 8-414 Roach
Did Not Bat : Gabriel

 Bowling          Ov  Md  Rn  Wk   Econ  Ex
 Suranga Lakmal   29  11  55   2   1.90  2nb
 Lahiru Gamage    26   6  67   0   2.58  2nb
 Dilruwan Perera  35   5  84   0   2.40
 Lahiru Kumara    31   4  95   4   3.06  2w
 Rangana Herath   32   9  67   1   2.09
 Kusal Mendis      1   0  12   0  12.00

 Sri Lanka  1st innings
 Kusal Mendis        c Jason Holder b Shannon Gabriel              4
 Kusal Perera        c Roston Chase b Kemar Roach                  0
 Dinesh Chandimal    c Roston Chase b Shannon Gabriel             44
 Angelo Mathews      c Roston Chase b Jason Holder                11
 Roshen Silva        b Kemar Roach                                 5
 Niroshan Dickwella  Run Out Kraigg Brathwaite                    31
 Dilruwan Perera     c Shai Hope b Devendra Bishoo                20
 Rangana Herath      c (Sub) b Miguel Cummins                      5
 Suranga Lakmal      c Devendra Bishoo b Miguel Cummins           15
 Lahiru Gamage       Not Out                                       0
 Lahiru Kumara       c Shane Dowrich b Miguel Cummins              8
 Extras              8b 16lb 6nb 0pen 12w                         42
 Total               (55.4 overs)                        185 all out
Fall of Wickets :
1-2 Perera, 2-16 Mendis, 3-30 Mathews, 4-43 Silva, 5-121 Chandimal, 6-140 Dickwella, 7-148 Herath, 8-156 Perera, 9-175 Lakmal, 10-185 Kumara

 Bowling            Ov  Md  Rn  Wk  Econ  Ex
 Kemar Roach        10   3  34   2  3.40  1w 1nb
 Shannon Gabriel    13   0  48   2  3.69  1w 2nb
 Miguel Cummins   12.4   4  39   3  3.08  1w 2nb
 Jason Holder        7   1  15   1  2.14  1nb
 Devendra Bishoo    13   2  25   1  1.92

 Windies  2nd innings
 Kraigg Brathwaite  c Niroshan Dickwella b Lahiru Kumara     16
 Devon Smith        b Suranga Lakmal                         20
 Kieran Powell      Not Out                                  64
 Shai Hope          c Kusal Mendis b Lahiru Kumara            1
 Roston Chase       b Rangana Herath                         12
 Shane Dowrich      Not Out                                  11
 Extras             4b 2lb 1nb 0pen 0w                        7
 Total              (40.0 overs)                          131-4
Fall of Wickets :
1-36 Smith, 2-55 Brathwaite, 3-75 Hope, 4-119 Chase
To Bat : Holder, Bishoo, Roach, Cummins, Gabriel

 Bowling          Ov  Md  Rn  Wk  Econ  Ex
 Suranga Lakmal    8   1  25   1  3.12  1nb
 Lahiru Gamage     8   2  23   0  2.88
 Rangana Herath   11   1  22   1  2.00
 Lahiru Kumara     5   0  28   2  5.60
 Dilruwan Perera   8   0  27   0  3.38

 

Sri Lanka wilt after Dowrich ton

Shane Dowrich's second Test century put the West Indies in control of the first Test against Sri Lanka as the home side declared their first innings at 8-414 before a period of hostile fast bowling had the visitors struggling at 3-31 at stumps on day two at the Queen's Park Oval on Thursday. Captain Dinesh Chandimal and Roshen Silva will carry the fight for the Sri Lankans into the third morning after Kemar Roach, Shannon Gabriel and West Indies skipper Jason Holder claimed a wicket each to leave the visitors in a desperate situation after just ten overs of their reply.


It was a particularly eventful passage of play for Holder as he first completed a fine catch at third slip to remove opener Kusal Mendis off Gabriel but then promptly dropped a sitter in the same position of the first ball faced by Angelo Mathews.  Sri Lanka's former captain did not benefit from the reprieve however as Holder took the ball himself to deliver what proved to be the final over of an extended final session and with his second delivery had Mathews taken low down by Roston Chase at third slip.

Chase had also shown a safe pair of hands at point to account for the other opener, Kusal Perera, who wafted at the first delivery he faced from Roach in the opening over of the Sri Lankan innings. Sri Lanka's shell-shocked demeanour appeared to be the combined result of the West Indies fast bowlers' assault and the resilience of the hosts' lower-order batting built around an excellent unbeaten 125 by Dowrich. 

His innings spanned over six hours and included 12 fours off 325 deliveries. Yet it would not have been possible without the stubborn support of Devendra Bishoo, who contributed 40 in a seventh-wicket stand of 102 and Roach, whose innings of 39 in an eighth-wicket partnership of 75, appeared to thoroughly deflate the opposition.

In the face of mounting criticism over his continued place in the team, Dowrich responded in the best possible manner with a determined effort. He reached the century-mark off the final ball before tea, turning a delivery from Rangana Herath through square-leg and showed greater adventure at the start of the final period of the day. 

It was an innings that will nevertheless be remembered more for its doggedness than the extravagance which he curtailed to a considerable degree. Dowrich's partnership with Bishoo began late on the first day and continued deep into the afternoon session of day two when the lower-order player eventually fell, senior seamer Suranga Lakmal taking a deserved second wicket of the innings via a catch at gully by Silva as Bishoo flashed once too often at the faster bowlers to again fall short of a maiden Test half-century.

With concerns over the fitness of Lakmal and champion left-arm spinner Herath clearly hampering his ability to engage his bowling resources as effectively as he wanted to, Chandimal employed his other options without success. Seamers Lahiru Gamage and Lahiru Kumara, who finished with figures of 4-95, together with off-spinner Dilruwan Perera failed to make any real impact on the overnight pair as batting conditions improved through the day.

Rain had limited play to just 43 minutes in the morning session during which time Dowrich and Bishoo added 22 runs without ever looking to be in any real discomfort.  A brighter afternoon appeared to work in favour of the batsmen as the bowlers failed to present any effective challenge. That was until the West Indies fast bowlers got the new ball in their hands and Sri Lanka's top-order wilted against an inspired home side.

 

Scoreboard 

West Windies  1st innings

Kraigg Brathwaite  c Niroshan Dickwella b Suranga Lakmal         3

Devon Smith        Run Out Lahiru Kumara                         7

Kieran Powell      b Lahiru Kumara                              38

Shai Hope          c Niroshan Dickwella b Lahiru Kumara         44

Roston Chase       c Angelo Mathews b Rangana Herath            38

Shane Dowrich      Not Out                                     125

Jason Holder       c Niroshan Dickwella b Lahiru Kumara         40

Devendra Bishoo    c Roshen Silva b Suranga Lakmal              40

Kemar Roach        c Dinesh Chandimal b Lahiru Kumara           39

Miguel Cummins     Not Out                                       0

Extras             14b 20lb 4nb 0pen 2w                         40

Total              (154.0 overs)                          414 decl

Fall of Wickets : 1-4 Brathwaite, 2-40 Smith, 3-80 Powell, 4-134 Hope, 5-147 Chase, 6-237 Holder, 7-339 Bishoo, 8-414 Roach

Did Not Bat : Gabriel

 

Bowling          Ov  Md  Rn  Wk   Econ  Ex

Suranga Lakmal   29  11  55   2   1.90  2nb

Lahiru Gamage    26   6  67   0   2.58  2nb

Dilruwan Perera  35   5  84   0   2.40

Lahiru Kumara    31   4  95   4   3.06  2w

Rangana Herath   32   9  67   1   2.09

Kusal Mendis      1   0  12   0  12.00

 

Sri Lanka  1st innings

Kusal Mendis      c Jason Holder b Shannon Gabriel     4

Kusal Perera      c Roston Chase b Kemar Roach         0

Dinesh Chandimal  Not Out                              3

Angelo Mathews    c Roston Chase b Jason Holder       11

Roshen Silva      Not Out                              1

Extras            0b 4lb 1nb 0pen 7w                  12

Total             (10.0 overs)                      31-3

Fall of Wickets : 1-2 Perera, 2-16 Mendis, 3-30 Mathews

To Bat : Dickwella, Perera, Herath, Lakmal, Gamage, Kumara

 

Bowling          Ov  Md  Rn  Wk  Econ  Ex

Kemar Roach       3   2   2   1  0.67  1w

Shannon Gabriel   4   0  17   1  4.25  1w 1nb

Miguel Cummins    2   0   3   0  1.50

Jason Holder      1   0   5   1  5.00


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