Delhi Test: Angelo Mathews disappointed the way Sri Lanka ended Day 3
New Delhi, Dec 4 (CRICKETNMORE) - Despite his 181-run fourth-wicket stand with skipper Dinesh Chandimal saving Sri Lanka from the follow-on, former captain Angelo Mathews wasn't happy after the tourists lost quick wickets to end the third day of the final cricket Test at 356/9.
Mathews stroked a marathon 268-ball 111, comprising 14 boundaries and two sixes to rescue the visitors after they lost three quick wickets on Sunday afternoon.
The visitors, however failed to wrest back the advantage once Ravichandran Ashwin broke the big fourth wicket stand with the scalp of Mathews,and subsequently lost five quick wickets towards the end of the day.
"Little bit disappointed the way we ended up. We could have had a few more wickets in hand, specially going in to Tuesday," Mathews told reporters at the end of the day's play on Monday.