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Sunday, February 3, 2019

Cricket news : ten-wicket pull drives Australia to 2-0 arrangement win

Quick bowler Mitchell Starc grabbed his second five-wicket pull in the match to lead Australia to a complete 366-run triumph in the second Test against Sri Lanka and a 2-0 arrangement win at Manuka Oval on Monday.

Cricket score : Pursuing an unlikely 516 for triumph, the vacationers were shot out for 149 by Australia, who won the opening Test in Brisbane by an innings and 40 runs. The arrangement win against Sri Lanka was the first for Australia since they whipped England 4-0 in the Ashes early a year ago. 

Left-arm brisk Starc bowled with a similar animosity and pace that earned him a five-wicket pull in the principal innings to complete with 5-46 and just his second match pull of 10 wickets. Starc's solitary other 10-wicket pull in a match was likewise against Sri Lanka when he took 11-94 out of a 2016 Test in Galle. Starc started the day including the wickets of opener Dimuth Karunaratne and Sri Lanka commander Dinesh Chandimal to his count. The paceman recovered a quick conveyance to cut into Karunaratne, who neglected to add to his medium-term score of eight, and ruptured his guard cutting the leg safeguard. 

Chandimal was out for four when he guided Starc straight under the control of Marnus Labuschagne at slip which finished a troubling visit for the right-hander, who collected 24 keeps running from four innings. 

Sri Lanka advanced Niroshan Dickwella, who had made an assaulting 64 in Brisbane, and he and opener Lahiru Thirimanne included 30 for the third wicket. A forcefully climbing conveyance from Pat Cummins finished Thirimanne's thump of 30 when the quick bowler dashed forward to take a plunging return get crawls off the ground. 

Starc returned for his second spell to reject Dickwella (27) and Kusal Perera, who was cleared to bat on Monday in the wake of being hit on the cap by a bouncer on the third morning, in progressive conveyances to take his match pull to nine. 

Dhananjaya de Silva kept out the cap trap conveyance yet fell directly after the lunch interim to Jhye Richardson, spooning a catch to the mid-on defender. Kusal Mendis and Chamika Karunaratne slowed down Australia's triumph walk with a seventh-wicket remain of 46 preceding the previous found the defender at cover with an uppish drive against leg-spinner Labuschagne. Mendis succumbed to 42 while Chamika edged Cummins to be out for 22 as Australia crawled nearer to triumph. 

Australia commander Tim Paine took Starc back to allow him to finish his 10-wicket pull and the snappy bowled Vishwa Fernando to finish the stamp. Cummins completed with 3-15. 

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