New Zealand June 431 Bit 431 (Latham 154, Watling 105 *, de Grandhomme 83, Dilruwan 3-114) Sri Lanka 244 (De Silva 109, Karunaratne 65, Southee 4-63, Boult, 3-75) and 122 (Dickwella 51, Southee 2-15, Boult 2-17), innings and 65 times
Rain played a role in all five days of the P Sara Oval Test, and Niroshan Dickwella threatened the first drawn test in Sri Lanka after obtaining 25 results for half a century on the last day, but found a way to grab 60. Point to square series 1-1.
After BJ Watling covered the first century in the morning, the bowlers blew fifth place in Sri Lanka. But Dickwella's late rear guard kept New Zealand waiting. Team South Tee and Trent Boult have reached 250 test turnstiles in this game.
When the last session began, Sri Lanka still needed to chase 36 overs to save the draw. They rebuilt a New Zealand bat with three turnstiles in 99 runs. In other words, there was always a chance that the game would end sooner as the lights continued to get worse.
Dickwella found the same stubborn partner at Suranga Lakmal, who had good defense against Seamers but was unable to prepare for Will Somerville's repeated attacks. He hit Summerville on three borders, including six overtime, but Lakmal finally laughed to take a short leg.
Dickwella, who loves bats on the ball, showed greater binding and brought the slowest 50 on the 151 ball. To end Dickwella's surveillance at Tom Latham needed a moment. When Dickwella swept in mid-air, Latham quickly anticipated to move left from the short leg. After five balls, Boult bounced off Lasith Embuldeniya to finish off.
A big blow to Sri Lanka, Dimuth Karunaratne couldn't beat seventh place in the second inning after four tears, and kicked him out of the field on the fourth and fifth morning. After coming in from the age of 32 to five, he overcame the start and dumb with Dickwella, who spent considerable time after injuring his nails while keeping the turnstile.
Karunaratne and Dickwella gathered 132 balls and earned their 250th test turnstile before Southee started his partnership and leaned towards Karunaratne around the turnstile. No stroke was provided because Batman was simply padded and fixed in front for the 21 ball and 70 ball. Southee passed the turnstile and coaxed the outer edge of Dilruwan Perera before Somerville and Boult joined.
New Zealand set up the marker in the morning, wielding 49 runs with just five overruns after a shower delayed the start of the game overnight.
Colin de Grandhomme pierced the second ball of the day, but Watling swept the Grandhomme, flipped it back, and even went down the track in a calm way. He made his way through the bowling player Lahiru Kumara to the 90's, later raising his century and New Zealand's 400 as a down club that crossed the Wickwick border.
A few days after New Zealand's highest score among the gates, Watling again surpassed former captain Brendon McCullum. The maker of the highest century among New Zealand ticket gates.
Southee also contributed 24 balls of ten at the 49-run seventh -wicket stand, rolling with Watling before Kane Williamson called.
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