England v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Lord's, 2nd day

Dilshan's vivid riposte to the sceptics

With all manner of points to prove after the limp effort at Cardiff, Sri Lanka restored their credibility with a day of remorseless batting

Andrew Miller at Lord's

June 4, 2011

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Tillakaratne Dilshan slashes the ball behind point, England v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Lord's, June 4, 2011
Tillakaratne Dilshan's hundred was not his most flawless innings but it was up their with his best in terms of intent © Getty Images

With the sun on their backs and their brains on the game, Sri Lanka's batsmen proved a formidable proposition at Lord's today. At Cardiff, distraction had given way to panic as England, in Andrew Strauss's words, "burgled" a victory on the final rain-affected day. Five days later, and with all manner of points to prove to a sceptical press and public, they restored their credibility, and more, with a day of relentless batting.

Not only did Sri Lanka's openers Tillakaratne Dilshan and Tharanga Paranavitana add more than twice the 82 runs that their entire team had mustered at the start of the week, in the process they smashed Sri Lanka's first-wicket record in 23 Tests against England. Curiously, given their propensity for vast totals against England, particularly in home conditions, the 113 that Sanath Jayasuriya and Michael Vandort added at Kandy in 2007-08 had been the only previous occasion that any pair of openers had passed three figures together.

It was a vivid riposte in a difficult week for Sri Lanka, but a particularly timely one for the captain Dilshan. He had worn his team's inadequacies with a resigned shrug after Cardiff, writing them off as an anomaly and backing the same lop-sided line-up to prove its mettle. "At this level you can't keep hiding people," said their batting coach, Marvan Atapattu, on the first evening, in response to suggestions that Sri Lanka had ducked the rematch by choosing to bowl first. "The brand of cricket Sri Lanka plays is to win."

Those words don't sound quite so hollow now. At the first time of asking, Dilshan restored his team's pride in the manner that marks out all the best leaders of men. He might not have the gravitas of his predecessors, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene, but he certainly has standing within the dressing room - enhanced by his skill as a batsman and by the challenges he's faced and surmounted in the course of his 12-year Test career.

As the son of a Muslim father and a Sinhalese mother, Dilshan had hurdles to overcome in his early days that other cricketers would never encounter in the first place, and for three prime years between 2001 and 2003, he was an outsider looking in. There are no survivors in the England dressing room from his century he produced in his comeback Test at Kandy in December 2003. However, Nos. 3, 4 and 5 in Sri Lanka's current middle order were all alongside him that day, and every one of them witnessed the alacrity with which he seized his moment.

"He's a very positive guy by nature - positive and aggressive," said Dilshan's team-mate, Farveez Maharoof. "He's been scoring runs all tour while captaining the side really well, and he's been in amazing form for the last two years. A Lord's Test hundred is very special for him, and hopefully he'll kick on, because when the skipper is performing it's always good for the team."

In execution it was not Dilshan's most flawless innings - but then again, he's racked up a fair few points of comparison in recent months. In terms of intent, however, it was up there with his best, not least for the way he overcame a crushing blow to the right thumb from Chris Tremlett in the second over after tea, as a sharp lifter tore his glove from the bat handle and made it flap like the flags above the pavilion. A precautionary X-ray followed at the close of play, but by that stage he'd defied the damage to add 72 unbeaten runs to his total.

Damage defiance has been the mot juste for Sri Lanka in this Test. "Forget day five," was the command from Mahela Jayawardene in the immediate aftermath of Cardiff, and with bat and with ball they've set out to do just that. They were thwarted by England's batsmen in the latter stages of the first innings, although that did not entirely detract from the scare an unfancied attack had caused in the first two sessions, and now, with Paranavitana producing another sheet-anchor performance, they've set about flipping their expectations once again.

At Derby last month, in Sri Lanka's final warm-up before the first Test, both men scored centuries to beat the England Lions after following on, and Dilshan himself has now scored four hundreds and a half-century in his last five games against English opposition. Any side that can saunter into a World Cup semi-final without losing a single wicket chasing 230, as Sri Lanka did in Colombo back in March, can find the spirit to put a bad 24.4 overs out of sight and out of mind. Also, to paraphrase Keith Miller's famous quote about Messerschmidts, any group of players that has come through the horrors of Lahore knows how to avoid getting stressed about a bad day in the office.

This was Sri Lanka's day in the sun, the spiritual successor to their glorious rearguard in 2006, when they once again confounded expectations to close out the final 199 overs of the match

Thanks to the size of England's own first innings, Sri Lanka's response might not be enough to restore the balance of the series - unless they can do a Cardiff and build themselves a lead. However, a third consecutive Lord's draw is now firmly on the cards. England did not bowl dreadfully, with Graeme Swann proving once again to be a threat to both sides of the bat, but collectively they lacked the inspiration of that last outing, and individually they offered too many chinks in the armour. In that respect, Steven Finn's return proved a particular disappointment.

Much had been made of the tallest attack in Test history, with Finn's return on his home ground a given from the moment James Anderson was ruled out with a side strain. England have not forgotten his efforts in the Ashes, particularly his performance in Adelaide, when he battled against his already faltering rhythm to help deliver victory before the rain arrived on the final afternoon of the match. The word from Middlesex was of a bowler who'd rediscovered his balance and parsimony, and though he once again displayed his happy knack for breakthroughs, he shed his runs at 4 an over throughout.

Finn was not alone in disappointing. Stuart Broad may have taken over from Anderson as the leader of the attack, but in the eyes of the public who flocked to Lord's on a glorious day for cricket, this was Chris Tremlett's first outing as the recognised pick of the bowlers. He responded with intermittent moments of menace, not least Dilshan's thumb-squasher, but in between whiles he bowled both sides of the wicket, as unsure of the right length on a flattening wicket as he had been dead-certain on that final day in Cardiff. In hindsight, the variety in Jade Dernbach's repertoire might well have come in handy.

This, however, was Sri Lanka's day in the sun, the spiritual successor to their glorious rearguard in 2006, when they once again confounded expectations to close out the final 199 overs of the match. Like Mike Atherton and Alec Stewart in Bridgetown in 1993-94, in response to England's 46 all out in Trinidad, a pair of openers reset their team's agenda at the moment when most observers assumed it had been shredded. If Sangakkara and Jayawardene can follow the example set by their captain, there's plenty time in this contest for England to feel the squeeze of the runs-time equation.

Andrew Miller is UK editor of ESPNcricinfo

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Posted by   on (June 7, 2011, 19:55 GMT)

Why are srilankan supporters behaving like us i.e indian supporters...I always had a lot of respect for them cause they wouldnt go over the top after just one defeat and would not start attacking their good players unlike indian supporters do...Jaya and Sanga are two great players but the way they are being attacked by srilankan fans in all these articles that have been published over the last few days it seems srilankans are getting Indianized....

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 18:20 GMT)

@Valavan; you wouldn't had told this if Sanga had put on a mammoth partnership alongside Dili who would had gone and scored a double hundred. Anyway I know it didn't happen & that's why you talked about 180 for 4th innings. Disagree Swann never been a good spinner unless otherwise there was a support from the pitch I do accept the fact that Swann placed in top ten test bowlers list but that's just because of wickets he took in Ashes series. In that Ashes series runs pressure was high more than the bowler which ultimately created benefited to the bowler to bag few wickets under his belt. Never the less England will get it from India even if SL will not able to provide in TEST. But note this down, there will be a disaster soon after TEST SERIES ends so, you better take a cover SL is going to seal the ODI victory in style, remember last time white wash? That will repeat for sure in this time around. I wish you would be alive to witness that defeat. :P SMILE

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 18:11 GMT)

@Valavan; you wouldn't had told this if Sanga had put on a mammoth partnership alongside Dili who would had gone and scored a double hundred. Anyway I know it didn't happen & that's why you talked about 180 for 4th innings. Disagree Swann never been a good spinner unless otherwise there was a support from the pitch I do accept the fact that Swann placed in top ten test bowlers list but that's just because of wickets he took in Ashes series. In that Ashes series runs pressure was high more than the bowler which ultimately create benefit to the bowler to bag few wickets under his belt. Never the less England will get it from India even if SL will not able to provide in TEST. But note this down, there will be a disaster soon after TEST SERIES ends so, you better take a cover SL is going to seal the ODI victory in style, remember last time white wash? :P That will repeat for sure in this time around. I wish you would be alive to witness that defeat. :P SMILE

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 17:07 GMT)

@kuruwita,that is not only match we lost in England. We have lost many games here as well as in Australia. Both Sanga & Mahela done really well for Sri Lanka over the past 12 years. Totalling over 50 centuries and over 18,000 test runs, how you gonna match with them ?? Who is there to replace them ?? There are potential players but it is really difficult match with them. Don't try to forget our past records like Indians.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 16:59 GMT)

372 for 3.......I think SL have have answered their critics befittingly. The 'Giant Trio' of pace bowlers have been brought crashing down to earth:)

Posted by Valavan on (June 5, 2011, 15:48 GMT)

@Miranda Sumith Silva, i can say 1998 repeat wont happen, if welegadera can take 14, just imagine what finn and tremlett could do. Not a single SL batsman is awake enough to play on a swinging ball. btw SL is scoring slowly than England and if England will give a 4th innings target over 180, i say you Swann will rush up the result.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 15:39 GMT)

@Harmony111, well it was crystal clear that you were asking a riddle from those who went out on a limb saying it was going to be an easy series win for England as England pulled off their first win of the series into bag from nowhere. Yeah to a certain extent I do agree with them on the other hand that's the typical behavior of an Englishmen for the record no Lankanmen were amazed by the talk. But what I was trying to tell you that you aren't like them, either you may be anomaly or you are another kind of an Englishmen whose basically not hyped up about their pride. Yeah man, England has been playing cricket, even before you & I born, so it's no doubt England should be playing good test cricket with those giant countries but I don't believe England is a better side in ODI format, this is my riddle why on earth Englishmen invented ODI format after all not being able to lift the most valuable price for Cricket or sorry :P the greatest price for ODI? I think you would be able to express

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 15:28 GMT)

Well played dili!! Good one!! Make us proud!!! Way to to Sri Lankans!!

Posted by voma on (June 5, 2011, 15:18 GMT)

Hes a lovely player to watch Dilshan , hes taken the England bowlers on and dominated them . But unfortunatly he cant win a test match by himself , Sri Lanka have to take 20 wickets to do that . I still see England winning this series 3 - 0 . The odi series will be more competive without doubt , but Sri Lankas bowling is very poor . If malinga gets injured , whos going to take wickets ? .

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 14:54 GMT)

Superb innings by Dishan *doff of the cap to you sir*

Posted by LALITHKURUWITA on (June 5, 2011, 13:25 GMT)

@Sanga_N_Mahiya Your Sanga & Mahiya are the culprit of the first test. They should have been dropped for next 2 tests and replaced by 2 new batsmen. They are again failed in this test.

Posted by Dhs2000 on (June 5, 2011, 13:14 GMT)

@Philip_Gnana - It was in the WC Quarter Finals going into the semi Finals that SL chased 230 with no wicket down

Posted by Harmony111 on (June 5, 2011, 13:01 GMT)

@Miranda Sumith Silva :

What is your point? Do you think I am stating that England is the best test team or am I ASKING this? When the verb is before the noun, a statement is a question and the way I used it, I thought it was apparent that I was actually taking a quip at the claim of some jolly fans of England high on 420 that England is the best test team or the real no 1. One of them commented that he was sure of a 3-0 win against SL and casually talked of a 4-0 win against India before the real super heavy weight series against SA which to him was the real deal. Somehow for England, only Aus/SA qualify as real teams not even the #1 Indian team and not event the WC winner/twice runner up SL.

Posted by LALITHKURUWITA on (June 5, 2011, 11:34 GMT)

I think the match is in balance now. Next 1 and half days are important for both teams. If Eng can get SL all out less than 350 ENG will win as it is very difficult for SL to bat on the 5th day. If SL can go and file a big score with 200 to 250 lead ENG cannot survive in the last day. Today is crucial for Both teams.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 11:15 GMT)

@Harmony111, I really don't have any clue as to how you expressed such things like saying is eng really the current best team or the real # 1? Thanks ever such a lot for bringing that to light since some eng loyal fans forgotten for a second that ashes was their massive & great ever win lately, besides eng is known as chockers. Now you helped them a lot so as to realize winning a test series doesn't make eng side number one it basically requires hell lot of energy, effort & continues win for years. That's exactly the way team climb to the top of the rank but not just by winning a series. How come royal eng fans forget that they have never won a wc? Hope eng will win at least in the next time with this team if not then that day won't be come till world ends. Cheers! Go Lankan Lions,,, Hunt english down till they lose their pulse. :P In some way or the other it was a good anthology but there were more brag about tremlett though he's a waste of paper in that day.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 10:45 GMT)

@skidmarks I won't astonished when you say it is literary mean overseas countries lift themselves at Lords. At least I would take it as an excuse for unbeaten ton from Dilshan not only that but I would also take it as a justify for the record partnership for the open wicket, I'll tell you one thing I know it's pain in the neck when you saw eng bowlers belted all over the ground by sl. Never mine let's hope there won't be a reflect of Cardiff. Remember this; Sanath 213, Aravinda 152 & Murali 16 wickets? This time around it's going to be Dilshan 213, Sanga 152 & Welagedara 14 wickets, I don't need articulate what would gonna be the result is, SL win by an inning. Note this down drop me a message through FB if this isn't happen. SMILE :P

Posted by 3rd_man on (June 5, 2011, 10:39 GMT)

Very well played dilshan. how come he manage to dominate English bowling? cos he got shots all round the wicket. and also back his ability and he got lot of talent. that s why he successful. and also plenty of metal toughness. As an inexperiance player we have to give lot of credit to Paranavithana. our openers never did well in England. but Tharanga showed lot of fight. I am sure sanga will come good this time. for Mahela??? I don't know. he need to play off side shots and try to dominate bowling like Dilshan. otherwise he will get out giving catch for slip or to the keeper. these English bowlers will not bowl many to his leg stump him to score. they will bowl out side offstump , so he need to play fluent off side shots. he need to use feet against swann. that's what we expect from him. good against spin. mmmmm we will soon see about that.

Posted by yorkslanka on (June 5, 2011, 9:57 GMT)

great batting performance from Dilshan and para yesterday and hopefully we will start again and continue the momentum today...interesting that someone stated that "one bad day does not make england useless" but yet when Sri Lanka had one bad session at cardiff, we were deemed useless and not worthy of being here, rather than the truth that it was just a bad day at the office for us? Anyway, i think we are starting to silence our doubters and show what ability we have home and away..Even if we dont win here, showing that we are tough opposition is a very good platform to move on from...come on Sri Lanka, we are always proud of you...

Posted by Fitingspirit on (June 5, 2011, 9:25 GMT)

This is what I wanted to see from our new captain. Well done Dil. This shows your character. What you are made of. It is not an easy task for a man to come up after a pathetic collapse like Cardif and perform like this when all the odds are against you. Dil gave a good slap for some of the pundit at the commendatory box. Keep going. Keep the same spirit. Now it is time for Sanga and Mahela to do the work but not just talking.

Posted by Lord.emsworth on (June 5, 2011, 9:21 GMT)

'What a piece of work is man' said Shapespeare in his immortal Hamlet. The description fits Dilshan like a glove. He is almost singlehandedly tearing through all opposition on this English tour. And another thing...Mr.Miller called the SL bowling 'toothless' a few days ago and I and many others concurred his views fully agreeing with him. Yet again we find that the English tallest attack in Tests have been belted all over the place for an opening stand of 207! Yep! Toothlessness is contagious!

Posted by Philip_Gnana on (June 5, 2011, 9:21 GMT)

Just a bad afternoon does not mean that the Sri Lankans are easy meat and pushovers. As the writer has said, a team that did not lose a wicket in the WC semi finals and scoring 230, a team that survived Lahore, Cardiff is just a bad day at the office. SL are getting on with what they know best - Plaiying positive cricket. Well done Dilshan in playing the game the way SriLankans knows best. There is plenty left in the game. Dilly deserves a 200 too. It is now left to Sanga and Mahela to carry the batting through. There are many chinks in Englands bowling armour and that has to be exploited by Dilshan. Swann steady as usual does deserve respect. Many Sri Lankans have scored 100's at Lords and long may it continue. Over to you Mahela and Sanga to take on the baton. Thank you Andrew for your wonderful "analogy" of Sri Lanka Cricket. Philip Gnana, Surrey

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 8:26 GMT)

@Eli Mahendra : Hit the nail on the head!

Posted by skidmarks on (June 5, 2011, 8:12 GMT)

overseas teams generally lift themselves at lords

Posted by Mazharul on (June 5, 2011, 7:33 GMT)

Well done Dilshan. We want a double or triple from you.

Posted by Truemans_Ghost on (June 5, 2011, 7:24 GMT)

Well played Dilshan. This is what we hoped to see from Sri Lanka when they came over. One big stand or even one big innings doesn't make England useless however.

Posted by rustyryan on (June 5, 2011, 7:10 GMT)

Hats off to Dilshan. Scoring century @ lords is always special one.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 6:58 GMT)

Hello ......2nd test::::Everyone in cricinfo laughed when Sangakkara said "we play bounce better than other subcontinent teams". But NOW LOOK dilshan hammering everyone. All english getting help from pitch , pace and movement...G.Swann getting turn like murali-warne as he got in the 1st test 5th day . But Dilshan dominating.....

At least Srilanka play bounce better than India........

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 6:20 GMT)

well done lions, getting a hundred @ Lords is always something special to any cricketer. we are really proud of two Tharanga's who are helping Dilley in both formats. This is the 03rd partnership more than 200 runs in 04 matches in the tour and also the 03rd ton by Dilley + fifty, and hope he will carry on his bat for a memorable double century, so that we can make a big score something like 500 + runs but all depends how they fare in the morning session. however we hope S.L. will do well and make Englishmen think twice and also knowing what happened in the last test which was a dissaster.

all are here to write off the lions but we the Lankans have other ideas and proved their real mettle despite lack of quality star bowlers in our rank.

we are always proud of our team and cheers whether the teams is good or bad and that 's how we care and respect with all heartedly in discipline manner.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 6:18 GMT)

Agree completely Harmony111. There tends to be a difference in viewing certain teams or players from certain teams. Hope SL continue the fightback and not collapse on the third day

Posted by Percy_Fender on (June 5, 2011, 5:45 GMT)

A great fightback from Sri Lanka. Dilshan has led from the front indeed. The Lord's wicket has the tendency to ease out as the match progresses. The match will be drawn I feel. Jimmy Anderson's absence has rendered the English attack ineffective even if Tremlett and Swann were on par for the course.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 5:30 GMT)

Well played Dilshan, still a long way to go in this game but I'd be surprised if Sri Lanka did not come away with good first innings lead. Then with scoreboard pressure it will be interesting to see how the England batsmen fare. But before everyone gets too excited Sri Lanka still need the rest of the runs, all three results are still possible.

Posted by ChandraPrince on (June 5, 2011, 5:15 GMT)

Andrew Miller we thank you for your beautifully written words. There's something about Dilshan that defies analysis. There's no other cricketer that comes to my mind in comparison─ given that special quality of the spirit of the man. There's something about Tilakaratne Dishan so human and yet super-human. You came closer to capturing that man's astonishing nature.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 3:51 GMT)

Dilshan would confound all his doubters and detractors and be a brilliant captain like he was a brilliant fielder and batsman.If the little country that could is to become world beaters again it needs a captain with the strength, resolve and killer instinct like Ranatunga. Right now, Dilshan is the nearest thing to Ranatunga it has.

Posted by Kithsiri on (June 5, 2011, 3:06 GMT)

It's an excellent article by Andrew.

Posted by sanath007 on (June 5, 2011, 3:04 GMT)

Dilshan proves he can score runs anywhere in any kind of pitch...great knock

Posted by Sinhabahu on (June 5, 2011, 2:30 GMT)

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that SL will win the T20 and ODI series quite comfortably, based on our overall batting and bowling over the 7 days of Test cricket played thus far. Yes, day 5 at Cardiff was a nightmare but we will get over it. Malinga's return will do much to bolster our bowling, and Dilshan's innings yesterday was the mark of great leadership.

Posted by randy000 on (June 5, 2011, 1:53 GMT)

So much for the fearsome giant English attack that was going to rip through the Lankans. The Sri Lankans bowled much better on their first day with a much weaker and less-hyped line-up. So much negative talk about the SLankans but Dilshan and Paranavitana have silenced them (at least for now). Go Lankans!

Posted by   on (June 5, 2011, 0:40 GMT)

Dilly and Tharanga , great innings. Dilly get a Double or more and make all of use prouder. Let's try to win this team.

Posted by prikand on (June 4, 2011, 23:54 GMT)

Great spirted performance by the captain and young Paranavitana.Hope the good work will continue tommorow.Excellent unbiased article from Andrew Miller.

Posted by KingOwl on (June 4, 2011, 23:05 GMT)

Am I surprised about Dilshan's hundred? Not at all. I expected a big hundred from him. He is a fighter and can change the momentum very quickly. I would however like to see Sanga and Mahela score. While they are articulate, polite, etc., etc., I am not sure whether they have the same spine that Dilshan has. We will see soon.

Posted by Black_Rider on (June 4, 2011, 22:31 GMT)

"any group of players that has come through the horrors of Lahore knows how to avoid getting stressed about a bad day in the office"

I love this quote guys.The spirit of the Sri Lankans.That's why we call ourselves Lions.

Posted by Black_Rider on (June 4, 2011, 22:25 GMT)

Well done Dilly.....Hundred at Lords.That's just brilliant.You will go to the honors board mate..Good luck man.Go to the double hundred.You can do it.I saw a more determined dilshan after he got the captaincy.SO keep it up dilly.....

Posted by   on (June 4, 2011, 21:42 GMT)

Sri Lank on top with the help of TK Dilshan ( Captain). This think which is raise Sri lankan mind on top......

Posted by   on (June 4, 2011, 21:39 GMT)

TK Dilshan is a great player , as we know it.....

Posted by Harmony111 on (June 4, 2011, 21:34 GMT)

Today's play goes to show just how great the game of cricket is. Some ppl were talking about a 3-0 sweep for Eng and also added a 4-0 win against India for Eng. Some were questioning the SL ability to take even 10 wickets. Some were boasting about the tallest trio ever and that it will be a mighty challenge for SL. Comparing Finn et al to Walsh et al was anyways silly. One now wonders if the Eng bowlers can take 10 wickets. If you think how can one doubt the Eng bowler's ability after just one day then why was the SL batting doubted for just a poor batting session? And if this is the plight of Eng against SL, I bet Finn et al will now spend the night in wet pajamas thinking about the mighty Indians who will come later. Today's day shows that SL is not a poor test team and importantly, Eng is not that great a side. Hope this really shuts the mouths of the ever-skeptics and delights the true fans of this beautiful game. Is England really the current best team or the real # 1? Law? Ha ha.

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