Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test: PTV Sports, Ten Cricket Live Streaming Info & Highlights

August 14, 2014, By M Sohini

After a convincing win at Galle, Sri Lanka found itself in the tough spot as the visiting team Pakistan took great chances in the last session of the 1st day of the 2nd Test at Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo being played from August 14-18, 2014.

Decimating the home team to just 261, Pakistan ensured tight control on the 1st day. The last session saw five wickets falling like a pile of cards, thanks to terrific batting.

Earlier in the day, Sri Lanka had won the team and elected to bat.

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Watch the live broadcast of the match on PTV Sports and Geo Sports in Pakistan, CSN and MTV Sports in Sri Lanka, Ten Sports in India and Star Life OK in UK.

Fans around the world can keep an eye on ESPN official website for ball-by-ball commentary of the entire test at Colombo.

Watch the live streaming of 2nd test on PTV official website in Pakistan at or HERE.

For Pakistan, the star was in Junaid Khan, who took four wickets for just 60 runs to spare. The left-arm fast bowler did mention to the reporters at the end of the day that pitch may be tough, but a few chances and hard work did the trick.

The highlight of the test for both spectators and fans was Jayawardene, who plays his last test match here at Colombo. Sadly, the 37-year-old could only play 16 balls and had to leave for a lbw call by Saeed Ajmal for just four runs.

In another cricket Test today, India is taking on England in the 5th Test. Follow the Ind vs Eng scores here.

Riaz took the wicket of opener Upul Tharanga, who flicked the ball to be taken nattily by Azhar Ali. However, Tharanga did his job for the day with 92 off 179 balls, which also included 12 fours.

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In the final session, Pakistan took Lahiru Thirimanne, who was at 20 runs, followed by Niroshan Dickwella at just 24 runs and Dilruwan Perera who was yet to open his account.

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Both Dickwella and Perera had lbw calls taking them back to pavilion. Kumar Sangakkara couldn’t do much as well, leaving the pitch for 22 runs.

At the end of the day, Sri Lanka were 261 at the loss of eight wickets.

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