Sri Lanka vs India 3rd Test, day 4 Live: Ashwin, Mishra take lead past 300

221 views Leave a comment

li{padding:0px 0;margin:5px 0}.hd{font:700 24px/25px Arial;color:border-bottom:3px plain padding-bottom:10px}.time{font:14px Arial;color:padding:5px !important}.time strong{color:#c00}.bDtl{margin-left:5px;font:14px/19px Arial;color:#666}.bluLk{color:#3c98c9}.imgDesc{font:italic 12px Arial;color:#a8a8a8}.list li{color:background:url(”) no-repeat 0 7px;padding:0 0 3px 15px}.play{background:url(”) no-repeat;width:76px;height:76px;position:absolute;margin:130px 0 0 235px}.arw{background:url(”) no-repeat;width:28px;height:16px;position:absolute;margin:35px 0 0 30px;*margin-top:39px}.sharBx{display:inline-block;vertical-align:middle}.sharBx,.bluLk{*display:inline}.topLeft{float:right;margin-right:20px}.topLeft form{float:left}.topLeft a{float:right;margin-left:10px;margin-top:3px}#tagResult{width:200px;height:25px;font-weight:bold;padding-left:5px}.topSubmit{height:28px;margin-left:5px;cursor:pointer}.w196{width:196px;float:left;padding-right:18px}.w552{width:552px;float:right;border-left:1px plain padding-left:20px}.w752{width:752px;float:right;border-left:1px plain padding-left:20px}.bd16b{font:bold 16px Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;color:#000}.w196 ul li a{padding:18px 0px 10px 20px;display:inline-block;background:url(”) no-repeat 0px 17px;color:font:14px/16px Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif}.w196 ul li a span{color:#c00}.w196 ul li a:hover{background:url(”) no-repeat 0px 17px}.keyfield{background:#FFC !important}@media all and (max-width: 1200px){.liveblog{max-width:590px !important}.w352{width:352px}.w552{width:352px}.w752{width:552px;float:right;border-left:1px plain padding-left:20px}}]]>

Aug 31, 2015

  • 15:02(IST)

    After 65 overs, India 223/7 (Mishra 33, Ashwin 22)

    Runs stil entrance in singles. Four of them in a over. They competence be looking to announce after tea. Declaring now would take divided 10 mins of changing time. 

  • 15:00(IST)

  • 14:59(IST)

    After 64 overs, India 219/7 (Mishra 31, Ashwin 20)

    And……….It’s a maiden. No words!

  • 14:57(IST)

    Kaushal continues……..

  • 14:56(IST)

    After 63 overs, India 219/7 (Mishra 31, Ashwin 20)

    Finally, some acceleration. Ashwin drives one by covers for a integrate and afterwards Mishra paddles one to excellent leg for another couple. Three some-more singles make it 7 runs from a over. 

  • 14:53(IST)

    Herath continues…..

  • 14:52(IST)

  • 14:51(IST)

  • 14:51(IST)

    After 62 overs, India 212/7 (Mishra 28, Ashwin 16)

    Still no vigilant to attack. Just 3 singles off a over. 

  • 14:49(IST)

    After 61 overs, India 209/7 (Mishra 27, Ashwin 14)

    Ashwin played some poetic drives in that over. But got usually a run off those. They aren’t aggressive yet. Don’t know what a plan is. 

Load More

Colombo: India pacer Ishant Sharma claimed an considerable five-wicket haul, though Sri Lankan bowlers struck behind to leave a visitors struggling in their second innings as sleet forced early stumps on Day 3 of a third cricket Test during a Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC) here on Sunday.

Ishant returned sum of 5/54, as a hosts were bundled out for 201, in respond to India’s initial innings sum of 312. Stuart Binny (2-24), Amit Mishra (2-25) and Umesh Yadav (1-64) also bowled superbly.

In India’s second innings, Rohit Sharma (14 not out) and skipper Virat Kohli (1 not out) remained dominant during stumps as a visitors struggled to post a small 21/3. The visitors had a critical 132-run second innings lead during a finish of a day’s play.

File design of Dhammika Prasad. APFile design of Dhammika Prasad. AP

File design of Dhammika Prasad. AP

With a SSC representation charity discernible parallel movement, Indian pacers struck early blows to revoke a hosts to 47/5 during lunch.

Following a break, Ishant continued his violent form as he had Lahiru Thirimanne (0) hold during initial trip before forcing Dhammika Prasad to retire harm with a blow on his left hand.

However, a 79-run partnership between Perera and Herath got a hosts behind on lane and nonetheless Perera over before tea, Herath ensured that Sri Lanka did not glance during a large deficit.

Starting their second innings with a 111-run lead, a visitors were on a backfoot right divided when Dhammika Prasad dislodged Cheteshwar Pujara’s center branch with an incoming delivery.

Pujara, who carried his bat by India’s initial innings, became a usually male to follow such a attainment with a steep in a same Test.

Lokesh Rahul shortly followed Pujara behind to a sauce room when he misread another incoming smoothness from pacer Nuwan Pradeep. The opener attempted to leave a round usually to see his bails go drifting all over.

Pradeep afterwards trapped Ajinkya Rahane leg before as a Lankans clawed their approach behind into a match.

At a close, Pradeep had sum of 2/6 while Prasad had clinched one wicket for 8 runs.

Earlier in a day, resuming a third day’s play during 292/8 in a initial innings, a Indians managed to supplement usually 20 runs to their overnight score.

Opener Pujara remained dominant on 145 as India were bowled out for 312 in 100.1 overs in their initial innings.

For a hosts, Prasad (4/100) and Herath (3/84) were a collect of a bowlers.

In reply, a Lankan batsmen looked in bad figure right from a start, losing wickets during unchanging intervals. The hosts mislaid their initial 6 wickets for usually 47 runs, so putting their group on a behind feet right during a start.

But Kausal Perera (55) and Rangana Herath (49) got together to put on a 80-run mount for a seventh wicket to take a Lankans past a 100-run mark.

With a exclusion of Perera, Herath took on a shortcoming to keep a scoreboard ticking and take his group past to a 180-run mark.

But Indian bowlers showed their category to hit down a rest in style.

Alongside Ishant’s five-wicket haul, Binny, Mishra and Yadav bowled well to mutilate a host’s batting order.

India batsmen resumed play in a second innings, though to their warn Lankan bowlers struck in discerning period to move down a visitors’ initial 3 wickets with usually 7 runs on a board.

Incoming batsmen skipper Kohli and Rohit hold on as complicated rains forced early stumps on day 3, giving India a critical 132-run lead in their second innings.