Dimuth Karunaratne
Dimuth Karunaratne was winning after scoring 234 at the edge of the three days of the first Test upon Bangladesh.

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh: Dimuth Karunaratne scored his prime Test second century, while Dhananjaya de Silva held escape for 154, while Sri Lanka reached through Day 4 externally losing a wicket.

Dimuth Karunaratne scored his prime double century as Sri Lanka scored longer than 500 in the first Test upon Bangladesh on Saturday without missing a wicket. The Sri Lankan leader ended the fourth day at 234, while middle-order batsman Dhananjay de Silva was on 154, while the house team reached 512 for three at pieces, yet Bangladesh was 29 runs backward in the first innings. He has scored 322 runs for the fourth wicket, which is Pallekele’s most important stand for any wicket. The previous biggest was of Australia’s Mike Hussey and Shaun Marsh, who scored 258 runs for the fourth wicket in 2011.

Karunaratne moved his career-best score of 196, which was placed upon Pakistan in 2017, with Taskin Ahmed scoring four runs.

The 33-year-old left-handed batsman should now be at the fold for over 11 hours and faced 419 balls, 25 of which were hit.

Bangladesh germinated the second new ball in the morning, although after missing to accomplish success with their seamers, captain Mominul Haq returned to the turn again.

Following lunch, DeSilva shattered Taskin Ahmed for four to relinquish his seventh Test century. He has faced 278 commitments and hit 20 boundaries.

Bangladesh provided several overthrows and misfields during accommodated the score.

Following tea, the match should to been stopped for 29 minutes due to poor brightness. The players repeated for a short period, but newly dropped into the declining light and never recovered. Total 22 overs lost.

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