The Lankan team scored 183 runs. Sri Lanka scored 50 for two wickets in 50 overs. In the 49.4 overs, there was no resistance against the Indian bowlers.
Sri Lanka made 439 runs in the first innings of Test innings in Test cricket in Test cricket, taking 419 runs against Pakistan in Galle in 2000, as the Sri Lanka International Cricket Council (SSC) surrendered the champion.
This is the third largest leading acknowledgment of any opposition against India.
It was surprising that Ashwin (5-69) did not give the ball straight, he thought yesterday that he was able to bowl in the final.
Instead, Umesh Yadav (1-12) and Ravindra Jadeja (2-84) filed suit.
Dinesh Chandimal (10), was the first one to go for Jadeja’s. The next Yadav, Gusen Mendis (24), was dismissed on mid-on.
Angelo Mathews (26) and Niroshan Tikwella (51) all dropped two wickets each.
Seven fours and three sixes against Jadeja and Ashwin.
Jadeja then bowled Tranjaya de Silva (0) in the first ball to take his 150th wicket for Taran. He became the fastest left-hander to achieve this feat in 32 Test matches and the sixth fastest record among all bowlers.
Ashwin (29) reached only 150 wickets in the Indian bowlers.
Dickwella continued his fifth Test half-century in his 44th ball. Shortly afterward he was bowled out by Mohammad Shami (2-13) wicket.
Shami Rangana Herath (2) was bowled again by shami after 5 balls later.
Dilruvan Perera (25) was run out by Aswin . Later, Nuwan Pradeep came out to bat, but faced six balls, and Ashwin was bowled to finish the innings in the 5oth over.
Ashwin is currently in second place with five wickets in Test cricket, behind Harbhajan Singh’s 25th and Anil Kumble’s 34.
On day one returned to international cricket, KL. Rahul (57) hit a half-century.
India was reduced to 133/3 at one stage, but Pujara and Rahane rescued them by scoring contrasting hundreds.
On day two, Ashwin (54), Wriddhiman Saha (67) and Ravindra Jadeja (70 not out) scored half—centuries to help India post another 600—plus total.
India lead the three—match series 1—0 after winning the first Test in Galle by 304 runs.