Pakistan swept the series against Sri Lanka by an innings and 222 runs

Pakistan swept the series against Sri Lanka by an innings and 222 runs

In the test series against Sri Lanka, the Pakistani team won both games in a row. Team Pakistan not only won the test series but also defeated Sri Lanka.
Abdullah Shafique, who batted first, scored a career-high 201. Agha Salman remained undefeated on 132 to help Pakistan reach its enormous total. and also turn into the Match Man.


However, Agha Salman receives the series championship for his remarkable contribution to the squad.

On day four, Pakistan batted for two overs, letting Mohammad Rizwan reach 50 before declaring on 576-5.

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Although Pakistan’s bowling was mesmerizing, the stats of their triumph are incredible. Sri Lanka suffered its heaviest home loss ever at the hands of Pakistan, who triumphed by an innings and 222 runs.

Despite having more than a day’s worth of play effectively lost to rain and poor lighting, they completed it in four days.

Noman had 7 wickets at 70 runs in the second innings. with an accurate left-arm spin to end the resistance. Despite the rest of the team collapsing, Angelo Mathews managed to remain unbeaten after scoring a half-century, although he faced significant difficulties against Noman during the initial stages of the match.

Naseem bowled an uninterrupted 7.4 over a stint of sheer fire and reverse swing. Naseem was unleashing a heroic spell that caused the ball to swing tremendously, particularly toward the right-handed batters.

Pakistan swept the series against Sri Lanka by an innings and 222 runs

To prevent the batter from anticipating the ball’s direction, he covered the shining side as he rushed in. Furthermore, Naseem was bowling at a remarkable speed, consistently reaching the mid-140kph range.

Sri Lanka was all out for 188 in the second innings after scoring 166 in the first.

Just Because of this match India was overcome by Pakistan to take the top spot in the World Test Championship (WTC) standings.



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