Yasir Shah pitched the ball outside leg stump to Kusal Mendis and made it turn from there to hit the off stump.
Pakistani leg spinner Yasirsha tore Sri Lankan thug Ksarmendis with a peach delivery on Monday. In the first test match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka at Galle International Stadium, Spinner threw the ball out of his leg stump to Mendis, where he spun off and hit an off stump. Yasir’s delivery resembled the “Ball of the Century” bowled by the late Australian legendary leg spinner Shane Warne in the early 1990s.
It is worth noting that Warn threw a sharp leg spin at Old Trafford in 1993 to the English batter Mike Gatting. Delivery is also known as the “Ball of the Century”. The delivery of Yasir Shah to Mendis reminded fans of Warn’s famous dismissal.
Concerning the first test match in progress between Sri Lanka and Pakistan, the host was drawn for 222 runs after their skipper Dimas Karnaratne chose to pick the bat first. Dinesh Chandimal was the team’s top scorer with 76 runs. Shaheen Shah Afridi chose to carry 4 wickets to Pakistan.
In the second inning of the game, after Sri Lanka reduced Pakistan to 148/9, Babar Azam’s 119 was backed out after helping Pakistan reach 218. Parabert Jayasria was the Sri Lankan bowler’s choice with a score of 5/82. In the
In 3 innings, Sri Lanka extended its lead to more than 280 runs at the time of writing and strengthened its grip, courtesy of Oshada Fernando’s 64 and Ksarmendi’s 76.
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