Angelo Mathews hits double ton as SL take big lead

Angelo Mathews hits double ton as SL take big lead
HARARE: Angelo Mathews achieved his highest Test score on Wednesday with an unbeaten double century as Sri Lanka left Zimbabwe battling to save the series opener heading into the final day at Harare.
Former captain Mathews eclipsed his previous best test of 160 and scored 200 after a marathon knock spanning 468 balls, as Sri Lanka declared for nine their first innings at 515.

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Zimbabwe, playing their first test since November 2018, came to an end the fourth day on 30 without demise and 127 runs trailing after Brian Mudzin-ganyama was drafted as a substitute for opener Kevin Kasuza.
Debutant Kasuza, who had made 63 in the first innings, experienced a delay due to injury after taking a blow to the helmet on Tuesday while fielding on a short leg.

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With considerable support from Dhananjaya de Silva and Niroshan Dickwella, the 32-year-old Mathews brought up his 10th Test Century, his first since December 2018, in the morning session and steadily added to its number.
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