Another Sri Lankan attack wounded
South Africa 45 for Mark 0 (Markram 27 *, Elgar 15 *) Sri Lanka Running 351 396 (Chandimal 85, de Silva 79, Sipamla 4-76)
Sri Lanka added 56 points to their overnight score Dasun Shanaka, But South Africa suffered another blow as they safely started one of their gates.
Kasun Rajitha In the first 40 minutes of the match, Shanka’s bats led Sri Lanka to 400 and extended his final partnership to 67.
But with lunch on the horizon, Rajitha broke out in the middle of his third with the ball and left the field with a suspected thigh injury. If he does not win the trophy in this match, Sri Lanka will only see three forwards and Shanka’s gentle football style.
Earlier in the day, Dhananjaya de Silva was one of the initiators of the attack, and although he was a batsman, he cut off his left quadricep and confirmed that he would not be involved in the match.
Rajitha’s injury came just before the Sri Lankan morning, but they were encouraged by excellent low-level beatings. The fastest footballers in South Africa are the ones who vibrate both bats overnight. Anrich Nortje suddenly climbed up and the ball repeatedly crossed Quinton de Kock’s outstretched arm. 4 passes
But he had no way to leave Rajitha, but Shanka chose to attack the ball. Nortje surpassed midwicket to reach 50 banks. Shortly before the ball hits the third person. Earlier, Lungi Ngidi was hung on six legs. Shanka has hit 46 of 66 games and hit six.
First Lutho Sipamla The second day was the fastest in South Africa, and his colleagues attacked short stumps. There are only two players to clear Sri Lanka’s tail. Rajitha hooked Vishwa Fernando with the ball in the next ball. Lahiru Kumara was captured before the first slip of Rassie van der Dussen. Best on South Africa cards. He took 46 for 76 for the entrance.
Aiden Markram seems to have a special belief in bats, and he beats up to four and releases 27 by the age of 39 before lunch. Dean Elgar is only 30 to 15 years old. The Sri Lankan offensive is a major challenge for the batsman.
Andrew Fidel Fernando is the Sri Lankan correspondent for ESPNcricinfo. @afidelf