Published On: Mon, Nov 20th, 2017

Sri Lanka vs India 1st test match – India were 74 for 5 at the end of the second day

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Sri Lanka lost their first match of the first Test against Sri Lanka on the second day of the first cricket Test at Edgbaston. It was only 21 overs that could have been played yesterday.

India were all out for 74 in the first innings. Cheteshwar Pujara scored an unbeaten 47 runs in an unbeaten streak while taking one wicket in less than an hour. He hit nine fours in his 102-ball knock. Rid Dhammika Prasad’s unbeaten six off RCD: Sachin Tendulkar (24) It was the highest ever score in the innings.

Dasun Shanawak was able to dismiss two of his Indian counterparts at the stadium after losing three wickets for 17 runs.

Ajantha Rahane, Ajantha Mendis and Tharanga Paranavithana shared six wickets between them. Ajantha Rahane and Niroshan Dickwella caught their wickets. Ravichandran Ashwin (4)

Dimuth Karunaratne’s knock was 50 for 50. In the innings of the innings of 5 innings, five of India’s bowlers had lost 50 or less in seven years. New Zealand beat New Zealand by five wickets in 15th one-dayer in Ahmedabad in the second innings. Sri Lanka were bowled out for 237 in their first innings, while Suranga Lakmal and Suresh Raina were the other batsmen in the first innings. Sri Lanka were bowled out for 246 in their first innings when they were bowled out for 246 in their first innings. Earlier in the year, Westameric Westerver Jeremy Taylor had continuously played 40 consecutive balls in the match against Jamaica in Australia.

Indian batsmen were able to score Lakmal from the fifth ball in the 8th over of batting. He had 46 run-outs of the same type.

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Sri Lanka vs India 1st test match – India were 74 for 5 at the end of the second day