KARACHI (Dunya News) – Pakistan got three more Sri Lankan wickets in the first session on day two of the ensuing Test organize as the visitors were 170-6 at lunch.
Pakistan’s Shaheen Shah and Mohammad Abbas dismissed three batsmen each. Sri Lanka’s Dinesh Chandimal is 42 not out.
The Islanders had started the day on 64-3 in answer to Pakistan’s first innings total of 191. The match is being played at the National Field Karachi.
Pakistan required early wickets and brisk bowlers Shaheen Shah Afridi and Mohammad Abbas wandered up to shake Sri Lanka.
Abbas had nightwatchman Lasith Embuldeniya caught in the slip for 13 going before lean left-armer Afridi had Angelo Mathews gotten behind for 13.
Sri Lanka was lurching at 80-5 going before Chandimal and first Test centurion Dhananjaya de Silva (32) included 67 runs for the sixth wicket to steady their gathering.
Afridi broke the stay by drawing in De Silva into controlling straight under the influence of significant square-leg safeguard Abbas who held a running catch.
The Test course of action – some bit of the persistent World Test title – is the first in Pakistan since an attacker ambush on the Sri Lankan gathering transport in 2009 suspended worldwide cricket in the country.
The deluge destroyed the first Test in Rawalpindi was drawn.