Rangana Herath took the last four wickets to seal a big win for Sri Lanka after Bangladesh's top collapsed in the first hour of the final day
Stats highlights of the fifth day of the first Test between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Galle
Bangladesh have batsmen who have experience in batting out the final day of Test matches, but none of them showed the application to do so in Galle
The 39-year old record-breaking left-arm spinner also said he considers his future before every series he plays
Upul Tharanga struck his first Test century at home, as Sri Lanka set Bangladesh 457 to win the Galle Test
Shakil Al Hasan said Bangladesh could realistically target a draw since they had 10 wickets in hand going into the final day's play in Galle
The Galle Test has brought further lessons - as well as a few successes - for Mehedi Hasan as he continues his development at international level
Upul Tharanga, the Sri Lanka batsman, has said that the team had not included the weather in their calculations as they batted on past tea on the fourth day
Mushfiqur Rahim and Mehedi Hasan helped Bangladesh avoid the follow-on, but with a lead of 182, Sri Lanka were in firm control of the Galle Test
Sarkar's error in judgment - attempting to pull a Suranga Lakmal ball though it was too close to his hip - added to the list of his soft dismissals in the recent past
Fifties from openers Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal led Bangladesh to a promising 133 for 2 in response to Sri Lanka's total of 494 on the second day
Imrul Kayes regaining fitness and Soumya Sarkar gaining solidity in Galle is a welcome headache for the management. Who will win the tussle to partner Tamim Iqbal in the Colombo Test?
Niroshan Dickwella, who scored his second Test half-century and spent 46 overs keeping wicket, said that the Galle surface had slowed down since the first day, but was not yet the raging turner it can become
Kusal Mendis's unbeaten 166 helped Sri Lanka to post a comfortable 321 for 4 on the first day in Galle
Kusal Mendis said a desire to raise his average and be considered among the best players in the world was behind his unbeaten 166 on the first day in Galle
Kumar Sangakkara could not have done a much better job of putting Bangladesh under the cosh - but the visitors only had themselves to blame
Bowling coach Courtney Walsh has said Bangladesh seamers' lack of physical ability later in the day is down to their inexperience and is an 'area of concern'
That almost all of Sri Lanka's 15-man squad hasn't faced Mustafizur Rahman before has amplified the threat posed by him
Sri Lanka's history is replete with several batsmen falling by the wayside after promising starts. In it are valuable lessons for two promising batsmen from the current crop
Sri Lanka have won each of their last five home Tests, whitewashing Australia and West Indies, but Bangladesh, who are more familiar with Asian tracks, are likely to pose a stiffer challenge
Wickets for Herath - the most by a left-arm spinner beating Vettori's 362. Among all left-arm bowlers only Akram (414) has more wickets.
No. of times Bangladesh have had 50+ opening stands in both innings of a Test, including this.
No. of 50+ opening stands for Sri Lanka in Galle in the last 13 innings since 2014, including the one between Tharanga and Karunaratne in the 2nd inns of this Test.
Mushfiqur's average in Tests this year, 407 runs in 5 inns. He scored 159 & 13* in Wellington, 127 & 23 in Hyderabad and now 85 in Galle - all outside Bangladesh.
Runs scored by Mushfiqur in his only previous Test in Galle, in 2012-13, Bangladesh's first double-century. He has reached another fifty in this match.
Bangladesh's score in the first session of Day 3, in 25 overs. They scored at more than 3 runs per over, but lost four wickets.
Average opening stand in Sri Lanka in the last five years - Lowest in any country.
Number of matches won by SL at Galle from 28 Tests- Second most successful venue in SL(min-10 Tests) after SSC.