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SL vs WI West Indies Spinners Bundle Out Sri Lanka For 204 in the First Innings

In the second Test against Sri Lanka, West Indies left-arm spinners Veerasamy Permall (5/35) and Jomel Warrican (4/50) shared career-best nine wickets.

career-best performance

After bowling out Sri Lanka for 204 in the second Test on Tuesday, West Indies scored 69 for one in the second day’s play due to rain. Left-arm spinners Veerasamy Permol (5/35) and Jomel Warican (4/50) posted career-best performances. Together they took nine wickets for Sri Lanka.

He took five wickets in an innings for the first time in his first Test career.

Veerasamy took five wickets in an innings for the first time in his career, playing the first Test in more than five years. When the day’s play was called off due to rain. Then captain Craig Brathwaite was playing 22 while Nkrumah Bonner was scoring a run. West Indies team is behind by 135 runs. While he has nine wickets remaining.

Caught by wicketkeeper Joshua da Silva

When the day’s play was called off due to rain. Then captain Craig Brathwaite was playing 22 while Nkrumah Bonner was scoring a run. West Indies team is trailing by 135 runs with nine wickets remaining. Earlier, Sri Lanka started the day with 113 runs for one wicket. Pathum Nisanka and Oshada Fernando (18) added 26 more runs. Veerasamy got Fernando caught by wicketkeeper Joshua da Silva in the seventh over of the day.

SL vs WI: West Indies spinners bundle out Sri Lanka for 204 in the first innings

Veerasamy then dealt a double blow to the hosts by dismissing Nisanka (73) and Dhananjay de Silva (02) in the same over. Nisanka hit one-six and five fours in his 148-ball innings. Debutant Charith Aslanka became Veerasamy’s next victim after scoring 10 runs. He gave the catch to Bonner.

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Angelo Mathews returns from injury

Angelo Mathews came back after being injured for 12 runs but returned after the eighth wicket fell. He was unable to run but he scored 29 runs with the help of two sixes and a four. Warrican ended Sri Lanka’s innings by bowling him.

Praveen Jayavikram broke the partnership of these two

Brathwaite and Jermaine Blackwood (44) got the West Indies off to a good start adding 62 runs for the first wicket. Left-arm pacer Praveen Jayavikram broke the partnership with a leg before Blackwood. Blackwood hit five fours in his 99-ball innings.

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