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Monday, 27 November 2017

India won by an innings and 239 runs, Nagpur Test, 1-0 lead




Nagpur. In the second Test match played in Nagpur, India defeated Sri Lanka by an innings and 239 runs. On the fourth day of the match Sri Lanka's second innings reduced to 166 runs in the first innings, the team made 205 runs. India had scored 410 runs in the first innings with 610 runs. In the second innings, Ravichandran Ashwin took 4 wickets. With this victory, India has made a 1-0 lead in three series.On the eve of the double century of captain Virat Kohli (213) and Cheteshwar Pujara (143), Murali Vijay (128) and Rohit Sharma (102 not out), India declared their first innings at 610 for 610 on Sunday. In the second innings, the Sri Lankan team could score 21 runs, losing one wicket to the Stumps on the third day. Sandeep Samarawkram, who returned to the pavilion on behalf of the team on Sunday, Ishant Sharma showed him the path of the pavilion by bowl without giving him the chance to open the account.
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After that, going for 21 runs on one wicket on Monday, the Sri Lankan team looked forward to the Indian bowlers and lost their eight wickets until the end of the first session. Ravindra Jadeja, Ishant, Ravichandran Ashwin and Umesh Yadav played an important role in making Sri Lanka's team so vulnerable. Jadeja cited Dimuth Karunaratne (18) on the totals of 34, caught by Murali Vijay for the first blow of the day. After that, 14 runs in the team's account were added that Lahiru Thiramanne (23) was caught by Jadeja at Umesh Yadav's delivery.Angelo Mathews (10) added 20 runs with captain Dinesh Chandimal (53 not out) but he could not stay on the pitch for much longer, and Rohit Sharma was caught by Jadeja at the ball. Chandimal, who handled Sri Lanka's innings at one end, did not get the support of the rest of the team. After Mathews was dismissed, Nirvana Dikewela (4), who came with the captain, got Ishant caught by captain Virat Kohli.
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After this, Ashwin did not allow Dasun Shanaka (17) to stay on the pitch with Chandimal for a long time and Lokesh caught the sixth wicket in the hands of Rahul. When Shanaaka was dismissed, the team's score was 102. After Ashwin's dismissal, Dilruwan Pereira and Rangana Herath did not even have the opportunity to open the account and showed the path of the pavilion.Suranga Lakmal (19 not out) and Chandimal, after somehow lost the wicket without any other wicket, scored the team score of 145 till the score. In the second session, India needed only two wickets to win. Chandimal, who handled the innings of the team, Umesh was caught by Ashwin at the total of 165 and forced Sri Lanka to kneel.
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After Chandimal was dismissed, Lahiru Swing, who came with the help of Sunarga Lakmal (31) for the 10th wicket, did not give a chance to open the account and bolded the Sri Lankan innings with a bold score of 166. With the wicket of Swing, veteran bowler Ashwin has another name for his name. He became the fastest player to complete 300 career wickets. They overturned Australian legendary Denis Lille in this order.Dennis made a record of completing 300 wickets in 56 Tests. Ashwin broke this record with 54 wickets in 54 Tests With this achievement, he has occupied the fastest place in the list of bowlers who complete 300 Test wickets.

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