The England cricket team have apologised for behaving inappropriately during their Ashes celebrations.
England dominated Sri Lanka on day two of their second Test match, at Chester-le-Street | May 28, 2016
38.5 SCJ Broad to RMS Eranga, out, oh wow, that's remarkable! A loose swipe outside off, a fast flying chance to third slip, where Root leaps high above his head, parries the chance, for Vince to swoop round and gobble the rebound! Think Tavare and Miller at Melbourne in 1982-83, for instance ... | May 28, 2016
38.2 SCJ Broad to HMRKB Herath, out, there's the end of the longest stand of the series. A good lifter from a full length, nothing much Herath can do but squirt a spliced chance into the cordon. | May 28, 2016
36.5 SCJ Broad to HMRKB Herath, 4 runs, have some of that! Herath is fed up of hopping around, so he stands his ground this time and wallops Broad through midwicket for a fiercely struck boundary. Good stuff | May 28, 2016
26.4 ST Finn to HMRKB Herath, 4 runs, three slips and a gully, but it's the gap that counts on this occasion. Another prod, another low edge, out of everyone's reach. Herath is off the mark | May 28, 2016
17.6 CR Woakes to AD Mathews, out, Woakes has a huge wicket on his comeback! Mathews given caught behind, but he's gone for the review (this time, you might say). And, yes, Hot Spot is clearly there on the outside edge. There was also a big noise. This was a good delivery, tight around off stump, Mathews had to play and it just nipped away. | May 28, 2016
Alan Gardner looks back on the afternoon session as Sri Lanka find themselves in all sorts of trouble at Chester-le-Street | May 28, 2016
14.6 JM Anderson to LD Chandimal, out, taken at first slip! No frustration for Anderson this time. More classy bowling from, probing away outside off, Chandimal playing with fairly hard hands again and it carries at knee height to Cook. | May 28, 2016
14.4 JM Anderson to LD Chandimal, 4 runs, edged! And finds the gap. That will improve Anderson's mood. Pressing forward outside off, quite hard hands, and it splits third slip and gully perfectly | May 28, 2016
Alan Gardner looks back on the afternoon session as Sri Lanka find themselves in all sorts of trouble at Chester-le-Street
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