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2nd Test: Sri Lanka 122/2 in reply to Zim's 406 at stumps on Day 2

by Saurabh Sharma Jan 29, 2020 • 09:55 AM

Harare, Jan 29:  Skipper Dimuth Karunaratne and fellow opener Oshada Fernando missed half centuries as Sri Lanka finished Day 2 on 122/2, still 284 runs behind Zimbabwe, at stumps on a rain-curtailed day here on Tuesday.

Zimbabwe were all out for 406 after resuming the day at 352/6 riding a century from Sean Williams (107) on Day 1.

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For the tourists, Lasith Embuldeniya returned best figures of 4/182.

Karunaratne and Fernando scored identical 44 before both were dismissed by Sikandar Raza and Donald Tiripano respectively to cut short their partnership of 94 for the opening wicket.

At close of play, Kusal Mendis (19 batting) and the seasoned Angelo Mathews (4 batting) were at the crease.

Brief scores: Zimbabwe 406 all out in 115.3 overs (Sean Williams 107, Sikandar Raza 72, Brendan Taylor 62; Lasith Embuldeniya 4/182); Sri Lanka 122/2 Dimuth Karunaratne 44, Oshada Fernando 44).