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Galle Test: Sri Lanka scores136 runs in second innings

Galle Test: Sri Lanka lead by 136 runs in the second innings. (Photo: Geo TV)

The second innings of the Sri Lankan team continues in the Galle Test in which they have scored 132 runs for the loss of 2 wickets.

According to the details, the Cheek Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka cricket teams is going on, the third day of the game is being played today, while Sri Lanka has a lead of 136 runs before the lunch break.

The Sri Lankan team has scored 132 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in the second innings while they have a lead of 136 runs. Sri Lanka started the second innings with a lead of 4 runs, then their first wicket fell on just 33 runs and captain Damith Karunaratne returned to the pavilion after scoring 16 runs.

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The second wicket was taken by Kisan Rajitha of Sri Lanka who scored only 7 runs and fell victim to Muhammad Nawaz’s spinning ball while both the players were dismissed by Muhammad Nawaz.

However, opener Oshada Fernando took over the team and kept the score going while keeping wickets unbeaten with 64 runs while he was supported by Mendes who was close to his half-century with 45 runs.

It should be noted that the Pakistan team was all out by scoring 218 runs in their first innings, while the most runs scored by captain Babar Azam on behalf of Pakistan was 119 runs thanks to a century. Moreover, no player from Pakistan was able to get into double figures, opener Abdullah Shafiq scored 13, Mohammad Rizwan 19, Yasir Shah 18, and Hasan Ali scored 17 runs. 

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