New Zealand, which picked up four wickets at the end of the third day of the Gaul test against Sri Lanka, are leading from 5 runs. Kiwi scored 3 for 5 at the end of the day in first innings, 3 runs. Sri Lanka recorded 20 appearances in response to New Zealand's first innings. Sri Lanka started their submission by rejecting New Zealand on the first day. At the end of the second day, the links took 221 for 5. Sri Lanka finished the day with 5 wickets in hand.
Sri Lankan wickets Niroshan Dikabela and Lakmal led after the seventh wicket fell on the second day. Dicabella and Lakmal saved the team by dropping 5 unbeaten runs in the eighth wicket. Dicabella was unbeaten on 3 and Lakmal on 25.
Sri Lanka took the lead on the third day of the 12th century decibel. But he couldn't make more than 5 runs. Lakmal stopped from 5 runs. Sri Lanka went on to win the final by 5 points. New Zealand's Azaz Patel took 4 for 5. Patel took five or more wickets for the second time in his test career. Patel picked up the first five or more wickets against Pakistan in the second Test submission for 25 years. William Somerville also took four wickets, and Trent Bull took two wickets.
New Zealand started the second inning of 4 series in the first inning. They lost 5 wicks for 20 runs. Jit Rawal (5), Captain Ken Williamson (3) and Ross Taylor (5) left. Sri Lanka left winger Lasith Amuldeniya and Rawal were beaten by another spinner Dhanjanya de Silva.
Another opener, Tom Latham and Henry Nichols, plan to deal with the early push. They also scored 4 runs in the fourth wicket. Akila Dahanjaya picked up 5 wickets in the first innings to keep the couple from growing. He was a victim of 5 tracks. Another set of batsman Nicholas also rejected De Silva. Nichols scored 28.
Wicketkeeper BJ Watling then battles with lower-ranked flyers to boost team performance. Watling added five for Mitchell Santner in the sixth wicket and seven for Team South in the seventh wicket. Santn returned with 32 and Saudi returned 25 runs. But Watling ended the day with Summerville.
Watling was beaten at 5 in the sixth half of his Test career. Watling hit four fours in his innings with 8 balls. He remains the last of the most confident in New Zealand. Where the Lydians lead the kiwi depends on Watling. Sri Lanka Ambuldenia took three wickets in 5 T and D Silva. Source: Buses.