Pink ball again lucky! Sri Lanka piled up on the third day, India won by 238 runs, their name of the series

Bangalore | India Vs Sri Lanka Bengaluru Test: In the Bangalore Test also, Team India has won the series by defeating the Sri Lankan team in all four places. Team India defeated Sri Lanka by 238 runs on the third day of the second Test played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru and made Sri Lanka clean by winning the two-Test series 2-0.

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A mountain target of 450 runs for Sri Lanka to win
India Vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test: In the second test match, the Indian team performed brilliantly and defeated Sri Lanka in every field. Declaring their second innings on 303 runs, India set a target of 450 runs for the Sri Lankan team and the Sri Lankan batsmen were bundled out for just 208 runs. For Sri Lanka, only captain Dimuth Karunaratne could face the Indian bowlers and scored a century.

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Let us tell you that in this match, the bowlers of Team India rained heavily on Sri Lanka and got them all out for just 109 runs in the first innings. Even in the second innings of Lanka, none of the batsmen could face the Indian bowlers, only captain Dimuth Karunaratne stood firm and faced 174 balls in 15 ChauPlayed a captaincy innings of 107 runs with the help of Kon. This was Karunaratne’s 14th Test century.

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Here is the condition of the match – India Vs Sri Lanka Bengaluru Test:
– India 252 runs in the first innings
– 109 runs in Sri Lanka’s first innings
India second innings declared 303 runs, Sri Lanka set a target of 450 runs
Sri Lanka 2nd innings piled up for 208 runs, lost the match.

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Rushabh Kothari

Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.
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