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Rain, epic stand save Sri Lanka in New Zealand Test

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Sri Lanka battled to a rain-affected draw in the first Test against New Zealand on Wednesday after the Black Caps were unable to break an epic stand by Kusal Mendis and Angelo Mathews.

The tourists were 287 for three in their second innings – still nine runs away from an innings defeat – when the umpires called time with only 13 overs bowled on the final day.

Mendis was unbeaten on 141 and Mathews 120 not out at stumps after a 274-run stand that, along with the weather, allowed Sri Lanka to salvage a draw.

New Zealand will view the draw as a missed opportunity after they took control of the Test with a mammoth 578 in the first innings, anchored by Tom Latham’s unbeaten 264.(AFP)

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  • Kiwi Wednesday, 19 December 2018 10:56 AM

    Well done Mendis and Mathews. Who sail Mathews is out of form. He is Sri Lanka's best batsman.

    SAM Wednesday, 19 December 2018 01:31 PM

    Thats the spirit guys. Keep it up.

    Vasa Wednesday, 19 December 2018 02:21 PM

    Well done Kusal and Angelo.keep it up.


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