Cheek Test: Pakistan bowlers heavy on Lincoln batsmen, 6 wickets fall.
On the fourth day of the Galle Test, the Sri Lankan team continues to bat in its second innings.
By the end of the third day’s play, Sri Lanka had scored 14 runs for no loss in the second innings.
On the fourth day, Nishan Madishka and Dimuth Karuna Ratne opened the game for Sri Lanka, but the Sri Lankan captain was soon dismissed for 20 runs, followed by Nauman Ali Koslamandis for 18 and Angelo Mathews for just 7 runs. Sent to the pavilion.
After the lunch break, Noman Ali dismissed Nishan Madishka for 52 runs, Sri Lanka’s fifth wicket fell to 159 runs when Dinesh Chandimal caught Imamul Haq off Salman Agha, and Sri Lanka’s next wicket was also by Salman Ali. Part came. It was Aghas. When Sudrasmara Wickrama caught Abdullah Shafiq for 11 runs.
Pakistan has a lead of 149 runs on the third day of the Galle Test.
On the third day of the Galle Test, Pakistan scored 461 runs in the first innings and took a lead of 149 runs.
In reply to Sri Lanka’s 312, the national team scored 461 runs, Saud Shakeel first added 177 runs from Agha Salman and then added 94 valuable runs in the ninth wicket partnership with Naseem Shah, they scored 208 not out.
At the end of the third day, Saud Shakeel scored a magnificent double century while Salman Ali Agha returned to the pavilion after scoring 83 runs. Saud Shakeel became the first Pakistani batsman to score a double century in Sri Lanka.
The second day of play
Sri Lanka’s innings
As the second day of the Test began, Sri Lanka added 70 runs to the score, the Sri Lankan team being bundled out for 312 runs in the first innings.
For Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi, Naseem Shah, and Abrar Ahmed took three wickets each while Agha Salman took one wicket.
On the other hand, Pakistan’s innings did not start well, with Abdullah Shafiq 19, Imamul Haq 1, captain Babar Azam 13, and Sarfaraz Ahmed only 17, and Shan Masood scored 39 runs, later Saud Shakeel and Agha Salman were responsible. Showed solid batting and supported the team’s batting.
First day of play
In the Test match played in Galle, Sri Lankan captain Dimuth Karunaratne won the toss and elected to bat first. At the end of the first day’s play, Sri Lanka scored 242 runs for the loss of 6 wickets.
On the first day of play, Shaheen Shah Afridi dismissed 3 players while Naseem Shah, Abrar Ahmed, and Agha Salman dismissed one player each.