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Sri Lanka trail by 326 runs

With no more success showing up for the hosts in the last session of day two, Sri Lanka scored 187 runs in their first innings at stumps at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong.

Sri Lanka trail by 326 runs

The post tea session of day two was totally dominated by the opposition batsmen especially Dhananjaya de Silva who hammered a breathtaking hundred and still unbeaten.

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15 shots of fours he made in his innings, Sri Lanka’s one down batsman enjoyed a total heat of the wicket as it is becoming flatter with the progression of the Test match. He faced 127 deliveries to score 104 not out.

After the early departure of Dimuth Karunaratne, other opener Kusal Mendis is accompanying Silva in the crease, will resume the third day at the score of 83 runs (152 balls, 4×7, 6×1).

Bangladesh, in their first innings ended scoring a massive 513 runs losing all the wickets; captain in charge Mahmudullah Riyad was unbeaten scoring 83 runs while one down batsman Mominul Haque delivered an excellent 176 runs.

Mushfiqur Rahim and Tamim Iqbal also scored respective half centuries. Mushfiqur lost his wicket at 92 runs while Tamim Iqbal scored 52.

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Brief Score:
Bangladesh 1st innings 513 all out (129.5 overs)
Mominul Haque 176, Mushfiqur Rahim 92, Mahmudullah Riyad 83*
Suranga Lakmal 3/68, Rangana Herath 3/150, Lakshan Sandakan 2/92

Sri Lanka 1st innings 187/1 (48 overs)
Kusal Mendis 83*, Dhananjaya de Silva 104*
Mehidy Hasan Miraz 1/45

Toss: Bangladesh

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