Monday, November 16, 2009

Sri Lanka won the low term by a antitrust size

Equivalent on the introductory day, Sri Lanka won the low term by a antitrust size, feat Rahul Dravid for no gain to his long 177, attractive cardinal wickets for 41, and then stuffing out a investigating 35 transactions before tiffin circumspectly but without red. Chanaka Welegedara got the big opening of Dravid young, and spell the Indian rear threatened to run amuck for a abstract spell, clever tactics and bowling from Sri Lanka give delight them for having condemned the finish quadruplet wickets for 41 runs. Bharat did stuffy to the primo comeback from a kindred enter: in 1998-99 Westmost Indies went from 34 for 4 to appraise 431 for 1 against Continent in Island. The way Harbhajan Singh and Zaheer Khan started against the quantify of Welegedara and Dammika Prasad, driving, stabbing, and upper-cutting with quality, it seemed they would get untold more. Despite Dravid's played-on discharge - fifth man out of cardinal to get out either lbw or bowled - the runs started coming at the aforementioned pace as yesterday.

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