India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 Day 4
India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 played in Colombo at the end of the game of Day 4 India set target of 413 runs to win for Sri Lanka in India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 and Sri Lanka lost his 2 wickets just for 72 runs in second innings. Sri Lanka needs more 341 runs at last day and with 8 wickets in hand.
India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 Day 4 at the time of stumps Karunaratne with 25 runs and Anglo Mathews with 23 runs were present on crease.
Sri Lankan Experienced and legend batsman Kumar Sangakara could not be successful to do big score in his last innings and lost his wicket on 18 runs and go to pavilion on the ball of Ashwin.
Sri Lanka first wicket down in the form of Kushal Silva second innings of India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2,this wicket also taken by Ashwin.
Before all of this at Sunday India declare his second innings on 325 runs with loss of 8 wickets, with the help of Ajinkya Rahane Century and Murli Vijay half century.
Rahane runs 126 with the help of 10 fours and caught by Tharindo Kushal, and Murli Vijay runs 82 with the help of 4 fours and 2 sixes.
These both players in India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 play very important role in the big lead for his team and run 140 in second wicket partnership.
India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 Rohit Sharma was the 3rd player from India on 4th day that lost his wicket on 34 runs. Virat Kohli who score fifty in first innings but in second inning he only run 10 and lost his wicket on Tharindo Kushal ball.
From Sri Lanka in India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 Tharindo Kushal and Parsad got 4, 4 wickets.
India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 on day 3 Sri Lankan all out on just 306 runs in the answer of 393 runs by India. India lead 83 runs by this in first innings.
After lost first test with 63 runs India come in ground with three changes, Injured Shikhar Dhawan, Harbhajan Singh and Veron Arvin did not playing this match. Murli Vijay, Stuart Binny and Amish Yadev take place of them.
Also India Vs Sri Lanka Test 2 is the last test match of Experienced Sri Lankan batsman Sangakara; his career was as long as of 15 years, in which he did approximately 28,000 runs in all three formats. He debut in international test match against South Africa.
Before his farewell match Sangakara did 13,350 runs in 133 test matches with average of 57.71, in which include 38 centuries and 52 half centuries.
Sri Lanka is leading with 1-0 in three match test series.