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Sri Lanka bowl out Zimbabwe for 356 on Day 2

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Sri Lanka's Upul Tharanga bats during the second day's play of the only test cricket match between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in Colombo, Sri Lanka on Saturday.

AFP, Colombo :
Sri Lanka's Rangana Herath claimed five wickets in helping bowl out Zimbabwe for 356 on the second day of the one-off Test in Colombo on Saturday.
The visitors, who resumed the day on 344-8, survived just 4.4 overs in the morning session at R Premadasa Stadium. Overnight centurion Craig Ervine top-scored with his Test best of 160.
Herath registered his 30th five-wicket haul in Tests and returned figures of 5-116. Pacemen Lahiru Kumara and Asela Gunaratne each took two wickets.
Scoreboard
Scoreboard at the end of Zimbabwe's first innings on the second day of the one-off Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo on Saturday:
Zimbabwe 1st innings (overnight: 344-8; C. Ervine 151 not out, D. Tiripano 24 not out)
H. Masakadza c Mendis B Herath     19
R. Chakabva b Herath     12
T. Musakanda c Dickwella b Kumara     6
C. Ervine c Perera b Kumara 160
S. Williams c Gunaratne b Perera     22
S. Raza lbw b Herath     36
P. Moor c Kumara b Gunaratne     19
M. Waller b Herath     36
G. Cremer b Gunaratne     13
D. Tiripano c Karunaratne b Herath     27
C. Mpofu not out     0

Extras (w1, nb5) 6
Total (all out, 94.4 overs) 356
Fall of wickets: 1-23 (Chakabva), 2-38 (Masakadza), 3-38 (Musakanda), 4-70 (Williams), 5-154 (Raza), 6-195 (Moor), 7-260 (Waller), 8-282 (Cremer), 9-356 (Tiripano), 10-356 (Ervine)
Bowling: Lakmal 14-1-58-0, Kumara 17.4-2-68-2 (w1); Herath 32-4-116-5;
Perera 24-0-86-1 (nb1), Gunaratne 7-0-28-2 (nb4)
Sri Lanka: D. Chandimal, U. Tharanga, D. Karunaratne, K. Mendis, A.
Mathews, A. Gunaratne, N. Dickwella, D. Perera, R. Herath, S. Lakmal, L.
Kumara.
Toss: Zimbabwe
Umpires: Ian Gould (ENG), Nigel Llong (ENG)
TV umpire: Chettithody Shamshuddin (IND)
Match referee: Chris Broad (ENG).

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