PTV Sports Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Second Test Day 4 Live Streaming

PTV Sports Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Second Test Day 4 Live Streaming

PTV Sports Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Second Test Day 4 Live Streaming

The incident occurred as the left-arm pacer attempted to deliver the 5th ball of his 19th over - 111th over of Sri Lanka's first innings. The volatility is perhaps characteristic of Pakistan cricket - before this run, they had gone seven consecutive series without losing one, their best-ever streak.

At the beginning of second innings, team Pakistan was stumbled by the Lankans bowlers.

They'd combined for 146 runs but it was more valuable than that.

Both Masood and Sohail were caught by wicket-keeper Niroshan Dickwella while Azam holed out to Silva as Pakistan were reduced from 49-2 to 52-5. He turned up to the press conferences, strode out to the toss, and made all the usual noises about needing to improve in all three areas at the presentations. Perera is quite successful in the fourth day.

Sri Lankan spinner Dilruwan Perera claimed three wickets inside 10 deliveries of the twilight session to put the visitors in the box seat.

The desert dominance screeched to a halt against Sri Lanka, who rained on a Pakistani parade that had threatened to escape from a series loss, following the heroics of Sarfraz Ahmed and Asad Shafiq on Monday night. To win, the Green Shirts needs to score 119 more runs with the remaining wickets.

Shafiq brought up his 19th Test fifty with a well-timed cover drive off fast bowler Suranga Lakmal, his first 50-plus score in 12 innings. They hit the right areas and took wickets at just the right time. It had nearly become a staple of their game plan: win toss, bat first, post big score, grind opposition down. So, the Lions took the chance and started their innings well. But Karunaratne scored his highest 196 runs for the team individually. This was his debut series as Test skipper after the retirement of Misbah-ul-Haq.

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed and Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal.

Pakistan and Sri Lanka now play a five-match one-day series, the first in Dubai on Friday. Pakistan's lone spinner Yasir Shah had 16.

The batsman did make the same mistake again as he opened the face of the bat and the ball took a thick edge to land in the safe hands of Mendis again. Rest players were nearly flop. In reply, Pakistan were bowled out for 262 as only Azhar Ali and Haris Sohail scored fifties.

Despite having lost five wickets for mere 34 runs in second innings, Sri Lanka still looks dominant over Pakistan in Second Test, considering the latter's shaky batting lineup and last two days.

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