Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by 21 scores in the first match of the Test series of the 2 ICC Test matches as Pakistani team miscarried to rush down a scanty 136 scores mark and they were all out for just 114 runs. Sri Lankan team pointer the series 1-0 at the moment.
Pakistani team were at 67 runs for 5 wickets at break Tea and with Captain Haris Sohail and Sarfraz Ahmad static at the wrinkle, there was a little bit optimism still in this Test for the crowds. Though, Pakistani team reserved trailing wickets afterward the break of Tea. Sarfraz Ahmad also lost his wicket after notching 19 scores although Haris Sohail slashed 34 scores, maximum in the whole innings.
Pakistan was struggling to renovate an uncertain but tricky 136 scores mark as they grasped tea time at 67 with 5 wickets loss on the 5th and last day of the very first Test game played in Abu Dhabi, UAE on Monday. Captain Sarfraz Ahmed was undefeated on 13 and other left-handed batsmen Haris Sohail on 19 runs as Pakistani team still requisite extra 69 runs in the last period to yield a 1-0 victory in the 2 Test matches series.
Formerly, a bowler of Pakistan Yasir Shah leg-spinner grabbed 5-51, his 32nd 5 wickets pull in all over the Test matches to discharge Sri Lankan team for 138 runs in their 2nd innings of the game.
On the other hand, by way of the ball enchanting rotation on a problematic pitch of Sheikh Zayed Ground, Pakistani team’s hitters thrashed in contradiction of a spinner who was left-arm veteran Rangana Herath took 2 wickets on just 19 runs and other spinners who was off-spinner named Dilruwan Perera took 2 wickets on just 25 runs.
Rangana Herath terminated opener batsman Sami Aslam for just 2 before bookkeeping for other top order batsmen Asad Shafiq who completed an aggressive 20, getting within 4 wickets of the milestone of the 400 wickets in his 84th Test match. Check Live Pakistan debt.
After that Perera then obligated Shan Masood (just 7 runs) and a rickety batsman Babar Azam for just 3 runs to leave Pakistani team trying at just 32-4. In amongst fast pace bowler, Suranga Lakmal ensured another great player Azhar Ali trapped behindhand for naught.
Pakistani team, led by Yasir Shah, traversed and spelled very fine in the early morning. Sri Lankan team, who continued at 69-4, mislaid their latter 6 wickets for just 69 scores.