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Sri Lanka's batsman Angelo Mathews dive for his crease as the Australian throw misses the stumps on the third day of the first cricket Test match in Hobart on December 16, 2012.
Tillakaratne Dilshan led a fighting counter-attack with a pugnacious century as Sri Lanka trailed Australia by 141 runs with two days to play in the first Hobart Test on Sunday. Dilshan batted for almost seven hours for his 147 and shared in a record Sri Lanka stand in Australia with Angelo Mathews to get the tourists within 114 runs of the home side's first innings of 450 for five declared. AFP

Australia's Jordan Silk dives to stop a boundary during the third day's play in their first cricket test match against Sri Lanka at Bellerive Oval in Hobart December 16, 2012.    REUTERS

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  • Amith Sunday, 16 December 2012 11:15 PM

    Sanga must make this his last chance to confirm he is the best or else let him return it to someother worthy like Kallis, Amla, Cook or Clarke or Hussey.

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