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Nagpur Test: Srilankan trapped by Indian bowlers.

Nagpur Test: Srilankan trapped by Indian

Nagpur. Sri Lankan team appeared in front of Indian bowlers on the first day of the second test match played at Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) Stadium here. Ravichandran Ashwin (67-4), Ishant Sharma (37-3) and Ravindra Jadeja (56-3), Tigri, piled up the visiting team at 205 in the first innings.
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The good thing for Sri Lanka in the day was that it allowed India to score 11 runs in eight overs thrown at the end of the day's play and Lokesh Rahul (7) got a breakthrough. Cheteshwar Pujara and Murali were standing on the crease after making the two-two runs to the stumps. Lahiru However gave Sri Lanka the breakthrough for the fifth ball of the fourth over on a total score of seven.

Earlier, Indian bowlers dominated Sri Lanka completely. In the first session, Sri Lanka made just 47 runs in 27 overs and an average of 1.40 and lost two wickets. In the second session, he added 104 runs in his account. In the third session of the day, she could only add 54.

In the first session, the Indian bowlers kept the Sri Lankan batsmen in control and did not make runs easily. Although initially Sri Lanka scored an average of about four. His first wicket dropped as Sadira Samarawakrima (13) on the total score of 20 in 4.5 overs.

After Mohammed Shami's injury, Ishant hit Samarawarikma in the slip at Cheteshwar Pujara's hands. After this, the speed of the guest team slowed down. Ravichandran Ashwin gave India another success They bowled Lahiru Thirimanne (9) to the second blow to Sri Lanka. Ravindra Jadeja, who took his first over in the 26th over, gave a stop to Dimmur Karunaratne (51) at the hands of Riddhiman Saha but it got no hair.

In the second session Sri Lanka did not start well and in the third over of the season, they lost the experienced batsman and former captain Angelo Mathews (10). Karunaratne tried to handle the team with captain Dinesh Chandimal (57) for the fourth wicket with 62 runs, but Ishant made a big jolt to the visiting team by stopping Karunaratne from the last ball of the 51st over.

Earlier, Karunaratne became the second-stringed batsman to score 1000 runs this year. Before them, Dean Elgar of South Africa has done so. Karunaratne faced 147 balls in his innings and hit six boundaries.

At the beginning of the third session, Jadeja caught Nirvana Dikewela (24) at Ishant's hands. He was dismissed for a total score of 160. Ashwin bowled Dasun Shanaka (2) after five runs. Jadeja made Dilruwan Pereira his third victim. Meanwhile, Captain Chandimal completed his half-century. But after completing the fifth run, he could not survive in the fall of the wickets and Ashwin was bowled out for 184 on total score. He faced 122 balls in his restraint innings and hit a six.

At 205, Sri Lanka lost their last two wickets. Ishant caught Suranga Lakmal (17) in the hands of Saha in the pursuit of the wicket. Herath became the victim of Ashwin on the first ball of the next over. Rahane grabbed his glorious catch on the slip.
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