Pakistan 100 (Randiv 4-13, Herath 3-30) and 36 for 3 need another 474 runs to beat Sri Lanka 472 and 137 for 5 dec (Dilshan 56, Junaid 3-44)
Sri Lanka continued to maintain a vice-like grip on the Galle Test on the third day, but instead of pushing for the kill after bowling out Pakistan for 100, they inexplicably decided to bat again. Even a 372-run first-innings lead, the forecast for rains over the next couple of days and a relatively fresh bowling attack that had bowled for less than two sessions were not enough to convince Mahela Jayawardene to enforce the follow-on.
They eventually declared after batting more than three hours, stretching the advantage beyond 500. Then, in the hour or so they had at Pakistan's batting in the second innings, they made big strides towards victory by removing three top-order batsmen.
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