Sri Lanka's Dhananjaya de Silva (centre) celebrates with teammates after he dismissed Bangladesh's Taijul Islam (left) at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Kandy. AFP
Chasing a daunting 437 to win, Bangladesh were dismissed for 227 in the first session of the fifth and final day.
The first Test ended in a draw after an avalanche of runs, the two sides scoring 1,289 for the loss of just 17 wickets over the five days.
Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat in the second Test.
They declared at 493 for seven before bowling Bangladesh out for 251, but did not enforce the follow-on.
Sri Lanka declared their second innings at 194 for nine.
Galle: A fighting half-century by wicketkeeper-batsman BJ Watling helped New Zealand to take a highly competitive lead of 177 at stumps on day three in the first Test match against Sri Lanka in Galle on Friday. New Zealand, who trailed Sri Lanka by 18 runs in the first innings, finished on 195 for seven and a target around 200 could prove tricky
It took just 14 minutes and 16 ball for Pakistan to wrap up the win on the fifth morning as they took Sri Lanka's last three wickets without any addition to their overnight 212.
The series was originally scheduled in July-August but had to be postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic which also derailed the World Cup which was to begin on Oct. 18.
In a series of videos and photos Sheikh Hamdan wrote on Instagram, “No excuse” on the video and carried on with his pals on the trip.
The Emirati clocked a timing of 51:50 seconds in the third round of the competition. The event had nine rounds in total where 70 swimmers were in action. The top 16 advanced to the semi-finals while the best eight managed to find their way to the final, which will take place on Wednesday.
An expanded list of the probables for the Serbia camp, to be held from Aug.6-13, was announced by the UAE FA on their social media platform. The final list will be announced three days prior to the departure.