SL vs WI: Watch - West Indies wicket-keeper Joshua de Silva takes revenge against Dhananjaya de Silva

Sri Lanka and West Indies were battling each other in the second Test which is going on at the Galle International Stadium in Galle, Sri Lanka. Talking about the match, the hosts won the toss and decided to bat first.

The skipper of the side Dimuth Karunaratne and Pathum Nissanka opened the innings and gave the expected start for their side. Both Karunaratne and Nissanka added 106 runs for the first wicket before returning to the dressing room with the numbers 42 and 73 respectively.

After the dismissal of the openers, none of the Sri Lankan batsmen even managed to score 30 runs as the opposition bowlers kept their length tight. Veerasammy Permaul and Jomel Warrican have bowled well and bagged 5 and 4 wickets respectively.

Following the total of 204 runs posted by Sri Lanka, West Indies openers Kraigg Brathwaite and Jermaine Blackwood gave the same start as the opposition openers did. However, Jermaine Blackwood had to return to the pavilion after scoring 44 runs for his team.

Dhananjaya de Silva reaches 150:

Dhananjaya de Silva - SL vs WI

After Blackwood's dismissal, West Indies' middle-order has been decent with the bat. The skipper of West Indies, Kraigg Brathwaite has been removed by Lasith Embuldeniya for 72 runs.

Then a decent contribution from the middle-order helped West Indies to post 253 runs on the board. Ramesh Mendis has been the best in business for Sri Lanka who scalped 6 wickets for his team. Then Sri Lanka started their second innings but didn't get the start likewise in the first innings of the match.

Dimuth Karunaratne has been run out by Kyle Mayers for 6 runs. However, Pathum Nissanka once again played a good knock of 66 runs before being dismissed by Roston Chase. After losing back to back wickets, Dhananjaya de Silva stood strong on one end and dominated the opposition bowlers all around the park.

Moreover, Dhananjaya de Silva and Lasith Embuldeniya have looked well as both the batters added 107 runs for the ninth wicket partnership for Sri Lanka. Dhananjaya de Silva also completed his 150 and will be looking to set up a competitive target for the visitors.

Besides, during the first innings of Sri Lanka, Joshua de Silva took revenge against Dhananjaya de Silva as he said, "You catch me, I catch you – that’s how it works in cricket."

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