Mohammad Ashraful and Mushfiqur Rahim punished the strong bowling of Sri Lanka by smashing tons and gave a sterling reply to the Islanders in the 1st innings.
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Sri Lanka holds the game as Bangladesh survives – First Test
Lahiru Thirimanne and Dinseh Chanidamal toyed with the Bangladesh bowling while dispatching centuries as Bangladesh fought well on the day two of the 1st Test.
Ton from Kumar Sangakkara put Sri Lanka on top – 1st Test vs. Bangladesh
Kumar Sangakkara plundered his 31st Test century against Bangladesh that led the home side to a commanding position on the opening day of first Test.
Sri Lanka bounced back in the series by defeating Australia– 2nd ODI
A superb century from Lahiru Thirimanne assisted by a fifty by Tillakaratne Dilshan made things easier for Sri Lanka to win the one sided match vs. Australia.
Australia rushing towards a whitewash – third Test vs. Sri Lanka
The formidable Australian side is heading towards a 3-0 series win against the visiting Sri Lanka who has secured an overall lead of 87 with three wickets left.
Irfan Pathan won the cliff-hanger for India – 5th ODI vs. Sri Lanka
Irfan Pathan shattered the Lankan batting by clinching five wickets in a thriller as India won the 5th ODI and grabbed the no.2 spot in the ICC ODI Championship.
Kohli murdered the Lankan bowling as India won the series
Virat Kohli once again destroyed the bowling of Sri Lanka by thrashing a ton in the fourth ODI and Suresh Raina assisted him well as India won the encounter.
Sri Lankan batting crippled against Pakistani pace attack – 1st ODI
Pakistani fast bowlers, Umar Gul and Mohammad Sami, ripped through the strong batting line up of Sri Lanka as the visitors clinched the 1st ODI convincingly.
Shahid Afridi punched Sri Lanka as Pakistan levelled the T20 series
Shahid Afridi led Pakistan to an authentic victory by his all round performance as Sri Lanka was beaten all ends up in the second T20 at Hambantota.
Top order deprived us the victory in the 3rd final – Mahela Jayawardene
The devoted Captain of Sri Lankan, Mahela Jayawardene has blamed the top order who let them down in the third final of the Commonwealth Bank Series against Australia which they lost by a narrow margin of 16 runs.