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Sri Lanka dismiss Bangladesh for 110 in 2nd Test
February 09, 2018
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DHAKA: Akila Dananjaya and Suranga Lakmal took three wickets each as Sri Lanka bowled out Bangladesh for 110 runs to take 112-run lead in the first innings of the second Test in Dhaka on Friday.

The hosts, who resumed the day on 56-4, lost their last five wickets for just three runs to be dismissed before lunch on the second day. Sri Lanka posted 222 on day one.

Debutant off-spinner Dananjaya triggered the Bangladesh collapse in the morning session to return impressive figures of 3-20 while paceman Lakmal finished with 3-25.

Agence France-Presse

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