Sri Lanka was 87 for three to extend its lead to 199 runs against Bangladesh at tea on the second day of the second cricket test on Friday.
The two of them survived till lunch, but it unravelled rather quickly for Bangladesh after the break. Lakmal started the slide in Bangladesh's first innings and then it was spin which did all the damage.
Off-spinner Perera struck in the second over of Bangladesh's chase, dismissing opener Tamim Iqbal for 2. Mominul too was put down by Karunaratne, off Rangana Herath, with the ball deflecting off the Niroshan Dickwella's pads.
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Kayes's desire to not let the bowlers dictate terms was evident as he chose to take on the spinners but wasn't able to back it up with proper execution as there were several inside edges when he attempted to come down the track.
Haque looked good while he lasted, at least in terms of his attitude, but Mushfiqur Rahim (25) followed the Kayes template in trying to go for his shots, attempting two reverse sweeps even before he had opened his account.
Mehidy broke the resistance of Chandimal with a delivery that kept low and pace bowler Mustafizur, 3-35, shook up the lower order but Silva remained solid.
Sri Lanka bowled out Bangladesh for 110 runs in the first innings to take a 112-run lead after they made 222 runs in their 1st innings. As the partnership grew, so did Silva's confidence in Lakmal, who reposed the faith by doing his bit to keep the bowlers at bay.