Dinesh ChandimalSri Lanka beat Australia by an innings and 39 runs in the second Test on Monday thanks to the first double century and debutant Parbat Jayasuriya’s 12-wicket match. Chandimal scored an unbeaten 206 in Sri Lanka’s 554 all-outs as the hosts took a 190-run lead in the first innings in Galle. Left-arm spinner Jayasuriya then took six wickets to help Australia reach 151 in the final session of the fourth day as the hosts bounced back from their initial defeat to end the series 1-1.
The tourists scored 364 runs in the first innings with Steve Smith’s unbeaten 145 runs but the second time his batting deteriorated.
Off-spinner Ramesh Mendis Trapped David Warner At 24 before tea, LBW and Jayasuriya took charge with their left-arm spin in the final session to send back soon. Usman Khawaja (29) and Steve Smith (0) shook the opposition’s batting in the same over.
Jayasuriya, 30, who claimed a six in the first innings, retained the charge with another twin strike to expose Australia’s tail.
Ramesh and debutant spinner Mahesh Thakshna. Do Do and Jayasuriya took the last wicket and celebrated in the camp and crowd of Sri Lanka.
The 12-177 figures in Jayasuriya’s match are the best ever by a Sri Lankan bowler in his debut as he has been a better one. Praveen J. Vikrama.Who took 11 wickets in his first Test last year.
But Chandimal came out victorious after attacking the opposition bowlers with his last 47 off just 28 balls.
Chandimal, 32, broke his left arm sharply. Mitchell Stark He hit a four and two sixes on consecutive balls to cross the 200 mark when he jumped for joy amidst the loud applause of the crowd.
Starc took four wickets while the league spinner Mitchell Swapson It took three to polish the tail.
The hosts started the day at 431-6 in reply to Australia’s first innings 364.
Opening batsman پتھم نسانکا He was knocked out before the start of the game with Kwid 19 on Monday, becoming the sixth Sri Lankan player to fall victim to the virus in the past two weeks.
The overnight duo of Chandimal and Ramesh added 68 before Stark broke up.
Chandimal, who recorded his 13th Test century on Sunday, faced the opposition bowlers after losing to Jayasuriya without a loss as he surpassed his previous best of 164 runs.
Chandimal and debutants Commando MendesThose who scored 61 runs scored 133 runs for the fifth wicket to give the team the lead on the third day.
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