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Mathews: Bowlers set up the victory

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews hailed his team's tremendous effort after they beat Pakistan by nine wickets to win the second Test in Dubai

ESPNcricinfo staff

January 12, 2014

Posted by baji003 on (January 13, 2014, 11:43 GMT)

Sri Lankan Criciket always had a tremendous players, they were strugling with one step back against pulling victories, Now with openers and the middle excluding Sanga & Mahela, srilanka looks very fresh and touch to beat with chandimal, mathews himself(Mathews again proved well that he is good to lead, a very good allrounder captain) & thirumanne i hope they will continue to pull the victories constantly especially against their best rival Indians. Good luck Mathews !! Good Luck SL -baji

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