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Maharoof: Change needed in SL domestic structure

Farveez Maharoof and Deep Dasgupta analyse Sri Lanka's defeat and how the domestic set-up in Sri Lanka has been a factor in their performances against India

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Our batting and bowling was below par throughout the series - Chandimal

Sri Lanka's captain Dinesh Chandimal reflects on the side's 3-0 series loss, and calls for more patience and application from his team

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Can't give excuses for defeat inside three days - Chandimal

The Sri Lanka captain rues injuries to key players and inconsistency, which added to his team's misery

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Pandya's performance, maturity biggest gain - Kohli

India captain Virat Kohli singled out Hardik Pandya's growth as a player as the biggest gain for the side in their 3-0 series win over Sri Lanka

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Full match highlights of the third Test

Watch how India beat Sri Lanka by an innings and 171 runs over three days on Pallekele to complete a 3-0 series whitewash

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WATCH - How Sri Lanka collapsed in the second innings

Sri Lanka were bowled out for 181 in the second innings in Pallekele, leading to an innings defeat

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We let Pandya be who he is - Kohli

The India captain talks about the team's 3-0 series win against Sri Lanka, the all-round impact of Hardik Pandya, and getting rid of the culture of judging newcomers

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Maharoof: Mathews, Tharanga and Chandimal must set an example for youngsters

Farveez Maharoof says that Sri Lanka will need their senior players to take on a chunk of the batting responsibility in a relatively inexperienced line-up

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WATCH - Final wicket taken, India make it 3-0

Ashwin bowls to Kumara, beats him on the outside edge and knocks into off stump

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73.4 Kuldeep Yadav to Kumara, FOUR. SL

Kuldeep Yadav to Kumara, FOUR

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WATCH - Rahane's brilliant catch

Ajinkya Rahane showed excellent reflexes at gully to snaffle Niroshan Dickwella for 41

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WATCH - Shami picks another wicket

Another outside edge sees Sri Lanka lose their eighth wicket of the day as Lakshan Sandakan departs for 8

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68.2 Mohammed Shami to PADLR Sandakan, 4 runs

68.2 Mohammed Shami to PADLR Sandakan, 4 runs, lovely shot. Backs away and carves a cut in front of point. Got over the bounce too. Nicely executed

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67.6 UT Yadav to N Dickwella, 4 runs

67.6 UT Yadav to N Dickwella, 4 runs, no one in the deep. Short and wide outside off, Dickwella gets underneath the length and carves the ball over point. Nicely played

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66.2 Mohammed Shami to N Dickwella, 4 runs

66.2 Mohammed Shami to N Dickwella, 4 runs, nicely punched through cover. Gives himself some room, gets a length delivery and hits that away through cover. No one there in the deep

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63.2 R Ashwin to N Dickwella, 4 runs

63.2 R Ashwin to N Dickwella, 4 runs, nice shot. Gets low, gets underneath the length and lifts his sweep over square leg. Intentionally played, hit over the fielder

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62.6 Kuldeep Yadav to PADLR Sandakan, 4 runs

62.6 Kuldeep Yadav to PADLR Sandakan, 4 runs, too short on leg, Sandakan picks the length, rocks back and pulls through square leg. Nicely hit, similar to his first-innings dismissal

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WATCH - Pandya's excellent running catch

Hardik Pandya ran to his right from deep midwicket to track down a top-edged sweep from Dilruwan Perera

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57.4 R Ashwin to MDK Perera, 4 runs

Ashwin to Perera, FOUR

A first


This is the first time India have whitewashed the oppositions in an away Test series of 3 or more Tests.

Chandimal's low


Dinesh Chandimal's average in this series - his 2nd worst in any Test series playing 2+ Tests. Also, he's the only SL top-order batsman without a 50+ score in this series.

All out in no time


No. of times SL have got all out in fewer overs in first inns of a home Test, than 37.4 overs in this match. They were all out in 28.2 overs v Pak, Kandy 1994 & 34.2 v Aus, Pallekele, 2016.

Maiden FC ton in Test


No. of India players to score their maiden first-class century in a Test, including Pandya. Others are: Vijay Manjrekar, Kapil Dev, Ajay Ratra and Harbhajan Singh.

Bang bang


Runs scored by Pandya in one over off Pushpakumara, the most by any India player in an over in Test history. Previous most: 24 by Kapil off E Hemmings, Lord's, 1990.

Brakes applied


Runs for which India lost their six wickets after Dhawan and Rahul added 188 runs for the opening wicket. The run rate dropped from 4.75 to 3.65.

Openers' double


Last time an Ind opener scored 2+ 100s in an away Test series, Dravid in England. This is also the first time Dhawan has made more than one century in a series.

Record partnership


Previous highest opening stand for visiting sides in Sri Lanka, between Prabhakar & Sidhu at SSC in 1993. Dhawan & Rahul have gone past that mark.

Record streak


No. of consecutive 50+ scores for KL Rahul, the joint-most. Weekes, A Flower, Chanderpaul, Sangakkara & Rogers also made 7 50+ scores in a row.

Quick hundred runs


Last time India reached 100 runs in fewer balls in a Test innings than in the 17.4 overs today, v Aus in Mohali. Since 2001, this is the sixth-fastest team 100 for Ind.

Three in a row


No. of tosses won by India in this 3-match series. They have elected to bat first all the three times.