SA v SL – 2nd Test – Durban









Sri Lankan batsman Mahela Jayawardene scored his 10 000th run in Test cricket at Kingsmead, in Durban on Monday during the first day of the second cricket Test match between South Africa and Sri Lanka .









Sri Lanka’s batsman Thilan Samaraweera raises his bat to celebrate his century (100 runs) on December 27, 2011 during the second day of the second cricket Test match between South Africa and Sri Lanka at the Sahara Stadium Kingsmead in Durban.










Sri Lankan players (L) celebrate the dismissal of South Africa’s batsman Hashim Amla (R) on December 27, 2011 during the second day of the second cricket Test match between South Africa and Sri Lanka at the Sahara Stadium Kingsmead in Durban.











Sri Lanka’s batsman Kumar Sangakara (R) celebrates his century on December 28, 2011 during the third day of the second cricket Test match between South Africa and Sri Lanka at the Sahara Stadium Kingsmead in Durban.









Sri Lankan players celebrate their victory over South Africa on December 29, 2011 during the fourth day of the second cricket Test match between South Africa and Sri Lanka at the Sahara Stadium Kingsmead in Durban.

  • http://fonseka.thusith@blogspot.com Thusith fonseka

    Come on Kepler..wake up!Lions are roaring. Mind what you say when undermining your opponents, in this game of great uncertainties!

  • Jock

    I have never seen such rediculous shots as played by Kallis and Rudolf. Who ever taught Kallis to sweep so early in his innings. We were taught in1960, not to do that. Has coaching not moved on since? Rudolf, a ball, short of a length moving away far outside the off stump and he attempts to drive. Rediculous to say the least. Do these guys do this as a proffession???

    Kirsten please watch the bowling lines by Australia pacemen against India. Consistent bowling,short of a length, just outside the offstump needs to be taught to our amateur bowling attack.

    What will explain such pathetic crieket?