Sri Lanka Vs Pakistan 1st Test Day 4 Report Pakistan At 3 For 48 Runs And Needs 83 Runs To Win In Last Day Of 1st Test

Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 1st Test Day 4: The first match of the 2 Test series being played between Sri Lanka and Pakistan is being played at Galle ground. At the end of the fourth day of this Test, the Pakistan team had lost their 3 wickets till the score of 48 in their second innings. The Pak team will now have to score 83 more runs to win the first Test on the last day. At the same time, the host Sri Lanka will try to get 7 wickets. At the end of the fourth day’s play, Imam-ul-Haq was playing on 25 and captain Babar Azam was playing on 6 runs.

Dhananjaya de Silva again showed amazing with the bat, other Sri Lankan players disappointed

When the game started on the fourth day of the first Test, at that time the score of the Sri Lankan team was 14 runs without any loss. After this, on the score of 42, the team got the first blow in the form of captain Karunaratne, who returned to the pavilion after scoring 20 runs. Nishant Madhushanka certainly played an innings of 52 runs, but half of the Sri Lankan team had returned to the pavilion by the score of 159 runs.

From here, Dhananjaya de Silva, who once again scored a century in the first innings, continued to score runs while handling the Sri Lankan innings. Dhananjaya along with Ramesh Mendis shared a partnership of more than 50 runs for the 7th wicket. The Sri Lankan team’s second innings was reduced to 279 runs in this match.

Dhananjaya de Silva’s bat saw an inning of 82 runs in 118 balls which included 10 fours and 2 sixes. Apart from this, Ramesh Mendis also scored 42 runs. In the second innings bowling for Pakistan, Abrar Ahmed and Nauman Ali took 3-3 while Agha Salman and Shaheen Afridi took 2-2 wickets.

Pakistan also lost 3 wickets

Chasing the target of 131 runs, the Pakistan team got a chance to bat for 15 overs in the fourth day’s play. During this, where the Pak team scored 48 runs, they also lost 3 important wickets. This includes the wickets of Abdullah Shafiq, Shan Masood and Nouman Ali. Prabhat Jayasuriya has taken 2 wickets from Sri Lanka.

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