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2nd Test: Sri Lanka stable on 3rd day

DUBAI: Pakistan faces troubles against Sri Lanka in the 2nd Test on Friday as it requires 91 more runs to end the lead of its opponent, while 7 of his wickets are remaining – ARY News reports.

According to details, Lankan tigers ruled the 3rd day of the 2nd Test. It gained a lead of 223 runs then the Sri Lankan bowlers devastated top batting order of Pakistan team.

Mahila Jayawardene scored splendid 129, however Saeed Ajmal hit the stumps with a beautiful delivery.

Sri Lankan team scored a total of 388 runs in the first innings.

Junaid Khan achieved 3 wickets, while Saeed Ajmal and Rahat Ali returned 2 players each to pavilion.

The start of the 2nd innings of Pakistan was aslo not that good, whereas the top order batsmen gifted their wickets to the Sri Lankan bowlers.

Younus Khan and Misbah ul Haq mustered 113 runs and gave a sigh of relaxation to Pakistan.

By the end of the day, Pakistan team had scored 132 runs at the loss of 3 wickets.

Younus Khan and Misbah who remained not out, will kick of the 4th day's play tomorrow.

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