Sri Lanka wrapped up the first Test on day 4 to seal a 209 run victory, their biggest ever against Pakistan. The visitors were dismissed for 300 chasing a total of 510.
SL defeated Pakistan by 2 wickets in the 5th ODI to clinch the series 3-1. SL achieved a 248-run target with 2balls to spare,with Mathews (80*) and Chandimal (54) scoring half-centuries .
Thisara Perera bagged a hat-trick to bowl Sri Lanka to a dramatic 44-run victory over Pakistan in the fourth one-day international in Colombo on Saturday.
The players were forced to walk off due to rain after just 6 overs. The series is tied at 1-1.
School children in Kandy make a formation to celebrate the 100 days to go countdown for ICC World Twenty20 2012.
Tillkaratne Dilshan scored a fine 119 while Thirasa Perera claimed career best figures of 6/44 to help Sri Lanka win by 76 runs and level series 1-1.
Umar Gul & Sami picked up 3 wickets apiece while Mohammad Hafeez came up with a fine all-round effort as Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets in the opening ODI.
Shahid Afridi’s superb all-round performance helped Pakistan post an easy 23-run victory over Sri Lanka and level the series 1-1.
Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan by 37 runs in the opening Twenty20 international to go 1-0 up in the 2-match series.
Pakistan will play two Twenty20s, five one-days and three Tests on their tour of Sri Lanka, which begins June 1 with a Twenty20 match in Hambantota.
Official press conference of the Sri Lanka Premier League(SLPL) held at SLC headquarters on 14th May 2012.
England defeated Sri Lanka by eight wickets in the second and final Test to level the series 1-1 and retain their number one Test ranking.
Rangana Herath finished with 12 wickets in Sri Lanka’s 75 run win over England in their 1st test in Galle and SL take the lead in the two-match series.
Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal scored half-centuries as Bangladesh chased down a revised target of 212 with 17 balls to spare.
Umar Akmal’s 77 ensured Pakistan completed their chase of Sri Lanka’s 188 in less than 40 overs