Video: Team India won the heart, Dravid-Kohli congratulated Suranga Lakmal"

Indian team head coach Rahul Dravid and batsman Virat Kohli have congratulated Lakmal for his illustrious career. Yes, first of all let us tell you that Sri Lankan fast bowler Suranga Lakmal had announced that the current series against India would be his last. In such a situation, this incident happened after the end of India's second innings on Sunday and now the BCCI has also shared its video. Let us first inform all of you that Lakmal played 70 Tests for the Sri Lankan team, in which he took 171 wickets at an average of 36.44. Yes and he is one of the leading fast bowlers of the Sri Lankan team and his absence will further weaken the bowling attack.

Anyway, the Sri Lankan team is going through a transition phase right now. In such a situation, the ball was taking a lot of turn in Bangalore. Lakmal, on the other hand, bowled only eight overs in India's first innings, where he took the wicket of Ravindra Jadeja. Simultaneously in the second innings, he bowled ten overs and conceded 34 runs without taking a wicket. During this, after bowling out Sri Lanka for 109 in the first session, the Indian batsmen batted aggressively and scored at the rate of about 4 runs per over from the start. On the other hand, Shreyas Iyer once again scored a brilliant 67 runs. With this, Rishabh Pant completed 50 runs in 28 balls and pushed the visiting team on the backfoot.

Let us tell you that this was the fastest fifty by an Indian batsman in the history of Test cricket. At the same time, Pant surpassed the record of former Indian captain Kapil Dev, who had completed a fifty in 30 balls against Pakistan. In the end, India declared their second innings at 303/9. At the same time, due to the lead of 143 runs in the first innings, the Indian team gave a target of 447 runs to Sri Lanka. However, it seems impossible for Sri Lanka to achieve this target as the pitch is helping both the fast bowlers and the spinners.

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