Chasing a mammoth 508 for victory, vacationers Pakistan have been bowled out for 261 within the second session on day 5 with skipper Babar Azam hitting a valiant 81 in Galle.
The 30-year-old Jayasuriya, a left-arm spinner, claimed his fourth five-wicket haul in simply his third Take a look at since making his debut in opposition to Australia earlier this month.
Ramesh Mendis, who took 5 wickets together with his off-spin in Pakistan’s first innings, wiped off the tail with 4 extra to set off Sri Lankancelebrations.
The vacationers gained the opener with a Galle file chase of 342 and fought onerous to outdo themselves, with the in-form Azam scoring his twenty third Take a look at fifty and placing on courageous stands with in a single day associate Imamul Haq (49) and Mohammad Rizwan (37).
However Jayasuriya stored hitting again with common strikes and obtained Agha Salman out for 4 on the stroke of lunch, then trapped talisman Azam lbw to finish Pakistan’s resistance.
Ramesh struck on his first ball of the day to get Imam caught behind, with the left-handed batsman including simply three to his in a single day 46.
Jayasuriya, who took one wicket on day 4, reduce quick Rizwan’s keep on 35 together with his left-arm spin. Fawad Alam was run out for one.
Azam survived Jayasuriya’s lbw name, which was given out by the umpire however efficiently reviewed by the batsman, earlier than the bowler claimed him for the third time this collection.
Azam, who started the day on 26 and wanted some physio assist for decrease again discomfort, has been in high type with the bat and scored 119 and 55 in Pakistan’s opening win.
Dhananjaya de Silva, who stood in as Sri Lanka captain with again ache holding Dimuth Karunaratne off the sphere, arrange victory together with his 109 in Sri Lanka’s 360-8 declared.
Sri Lanka ended their innings on Wednesday afternoon with a monumental lead however the climate remained a priority for the hosts, with play ending early on days three and 4 as a result of unhealthy mild and rain predicted for Thursday afternoon.
Pakistan fell behind Sri Lanka by 147 runs after being bowled out for 231 in response to the hosts’ first-innings 378.