Imperious Latham Hits Epic 264 as Sri Lanka Face Defeat. New Zealand native Tom Latham tested his bowling players in Sri Lanka on 264 untraded Monday and tested their first test in Wellington after the tourists failed again. Leydum grabbed his bat and watched 296 leads in 578’s first inning to help New Zealand, leaving for a standing ovation in the basin reserve.

Sailor Tim Southee and Trent Boult removed Sri Lanka’s

Top spell and reduced it to 20-3 on the third day. Boult sent Danushka Gunathilaka out of three, Southee scored eight with Dimuth Karunaratne and Dhananjaya de Silva as ducks. Along with short-ball expert Neil Wagner, he plans to schedule a two-day strike to attack Sri Lanka’s disappointing strike lineup. But that day belongs to Ray Island.

He added steadily to the plate at 121 and did not give the Sri Lankans a chance to give up. This is the sixth highest score in New Zealand, and this year, I have a better record than any player in any country. His innings, which lasted more than 11 hours, endured horror at the Sri Lanka Basin Reserve and yielded to four New Zealanders for two centuries.

The southpaw 264 outperforms the previous highest score by a player with an unbeaten 244 batting average in Australia’s Alastair Cook in December in Melbourne. La Damme believed that he could always do such a show, but he was happy to achieve this performance on the international stage.

This innings do not come back so often, so you have to enjoy the moment.

He said. Kane Williamson, the captain of New Zealand, was able to add 91 points to the Black Cats, while Ross Taylor and Henry Nichols both scored 50 points. Lahiru Kumara suffered from 4-127 casual wickets in the attack of Sri Lanka. Taylor was sent off on the first day of the day because of Dimarp Karunaratne ‘s sharp catcher

Unable to add to his all – night score. The ball was hit hard and at first it popped out of the hands of Karuna Lane with a fool. Henry Nicholls was also 50 years old after lunch after attempting to take Dilruwan Perera’s Dilruwan Perera. B.J. Watling followed the bat without scoring when he banged his bat under his arm when he asked the Kumara guards.

Colin de Grandhomme blew three 6s in an aggressive inning, but fell from the 49th to the 4th inning. Sri Lanka, sixth in the world, lost five of their last five tests with New Zealand, and last month they tested a 3-0 home test against England. They have come to New Zealand in confusion and confrontation in recent weeks in coaching and starter rankings.

On the other hand, the fourth-ranked Black Cap has played in two matches for the first time in 49 years to win Pakistan’s test series. New Zealanders have sought to win the fourth consecutive test series over the last 12 months, defeating the British and West Indies.

Scoreboard

1st Innings 282 (A.D. Mathews 83, N. Dickwella 80, F.D.M. Karunaratne 79, T.G. Southee 6-68). New Zealand (1st inning, 311-2 at night): J.A. Raval c Dickwella b Kumara 43
T.W.M. Leydum goes out 264
K.S. Williamson c Rajitha Sylvia 91
L.R.P.L. Taylor c K’ratne b Kumara 50
H.M. Nicholls c Rajitha b Perera 50
B.J. Watling c Dickwella b Kumara 0
C. Grandhomme C. Rajitha Silva 49
T.G. Southee writes six.
N. Wagner Silva bark 09
agree. Patel b Ferrera 6
Thanks. Boult c Dickwella b Kumara 11
Extra (LB-5, W-1, NB-2) 8
Total (all out, 157.3{ab0117793a6b3664ba839e4e7fd0cf0a9ce5566aa035f20f5308858bd5e19ab4}) 578
Pole of WKTS: 1-59, 2-221, 3-312, 4-426, 5-426, 6-499, 7-520, 8-520, 9-549. Bowling: Lakmal 31-6-88-1 (1 nb); Rajitha 34-5-144-0 (1nB 1w); Matthew 4-3-1-0; Perera 40-1-156-2; Kumara 31.3-2-127-4; De Silva 15-0-54-2; Kunashiraka 2-1-3-0. Sri Lanka (2nd inning): M.D. Gunathilaka lbw Boult 3
D. Karunaratne c Boult b Southee 10
D.M. Silva b 0
B.K.G. Mendis Out 5
Matthews did not get two.
Extra 0
Total (3 classes, 12 classes) 20
Fall of WKTS: 1-5, 2-10, 3-13. BOWLING (to date): Southee 5-3-7-2; Boult 6-0-12-1; Wagner 1-0-1-0.

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