Kaushal Silva scored a magnificent century as Sri Lanka inched closer to their first-ever whitewash of Australia in the third and final Test in Colombo.
Fifties from both Kaushal Silva and Dimuth Karunaratne helped Sri Lanka end day two of the third Test against England on 162/1. Earlier, Jonny Bairstow's magnificent hundred guided England to 416 in their first innings
Angelo Mathews, Kaushal Silva and Dinesh Chandimal struck timely fifties to help Sri Lanka cross the 300-run mark for the first time against England in this Test series.
Two years ago, Headingley was the stage where Sri Lanka clinched a dramatic victory off the penultimate ball to secure their first Test series win in England
Kaushal Silva, who was admitted to a Colombo hospital after being hit on head while playing, has been discharged after being declared fully fit
Kaushal Silva was struck during a match in Pallekele, said Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC). His scans were clear, but he was flown to a hospital in the capital Colombo for further tests and observation
Kusal Perera becomes Sri Lanka's second international player to fail a doping test. Left-hand batsman Upul Tharanga was suspended for three months after testing positive during the 2011 World Cup.
Sri Lanka were 253 runs adrift of India's first innings at the end of day two at the P. Sara Oval but Kaushal Silva felt his team was still in a position to dictate terms in the second Test of the three-match series.
Ravichandran Ashwin was the chief destroyer with a haul of 6/46, the best figures by an Indian bowler in Tests in Sri Lanka. The hosts never recovered and they were bowled out for 183. India lost two early wickets but Shikhar Dhawan scored his third Test fifty and shared a 100-run stand with Virat Kohli to help India to 128/2. Catch all the highlights here.
Yasir Shah, whose seven-wicket haul in Sri Lanka's second innings fashioned Pakistan's 10-wicket victory in the first Test in Galle, once again tormented the rival batsmen with a five-wicket haul.