result
2nd Investec Test, Leeds, Jun 20 - 24 2014, Sri Lanka tour of England and Ireland
257 & 457
(116.5 ov, target 350)365 & 249
Sri Lanka won by 100 runs
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Five last-over thrillers in Tests from the 2010s
9mMohammad Isam
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In time for the win
3yESPNcricinfo staff
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The heroic beauty of the last-wicket stand
4yNicholas Hogg
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Silken Aravinda, stoic Arjuna, and magical Mahela
4yAndrew Fidel Fernando
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England v Sri Lanka, 2014
5yChris Waters
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The beard that's feared
6yPhilip Brown
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A spellbinding micro-series culminating in a marvellous pile-on
6yAndy Zaltzman
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Bell recalls career turning point
6yGeorge Dobell
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England's reticent champion
6yMark Nicholas
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Poor form makes Cook sweat
6yGeorge Dobell in Leeds
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Sri Lanka bowlers prepared for more toil
6yAndrew Fidel Fernando
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England crave tangible reward
6yThe Preview by Alan Gardner
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Marrying steel with silk
6yAndrew McGlashan
Day 5
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Root provides Sri Lanka spark
6yAndrew Fidel Fernando at Headingley
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The tale of two balls, one winner and a piece of history
6yMark Nicholas
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The pearl and the bank clerk
6yJarrod Kimber at Headingley
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Moeen shines amid rubble
6yGeorge Dobell at Headingley
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Rare away success for Sri Lanka
6yBishen Jeswant
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'I never quit on anything' - Cook
6yGeorge Dobell at Headingley
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SL snatch victory after defiant Moeen ton
6yThe Report by David Hopps
Day 4
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Mathews unlocks another dimension
6yAndrew Fidel Fernando at Headingley
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Bell defends Cook captaincy
6yGeorge Dobell at Headingley
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England's comedy of errors
6yJarrod Kimber at Headingley
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New England, same mistakes
6yGeorge Dobell at Headingley
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Jayawardene turns up heat on Cook
6yAndrew Fidel Fernando
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Captaincy no burden for Mathews
6yBishen Jeswant
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Mathews record invites comparisons with The Don
6yMark Nicholas at Headingley
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Mathews, Prasad set up Sri Lanka for famous win
6yThe Report by David Hopps
Day 3
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Sangakkara finally leaves his hallmark on England
6yAndrew Fidel Fernando at Headingley
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Moeen proves his worth - and unveils the doosra
6yGeorge Dobell at Headingley
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Moeen strikes but England grip slackens
6yThe Report by David Hopps
Day 2
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Eranga leads Sri Lanka's survivors
6yAndrew Fidel Fernando at Headingley
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Old-school Robson plays it perfectly
6yGeorge Dobell at Headingley
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Boycott remains a priceless voice
6yMark Nicholas
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Robson does it the English way
6yJarrod Kimber at Headingley
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Sri Lanka hit back after maiden Robson ton
6yThe Report by David Hopps
Day 1
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Plunkett finds the shock factor
6yJarrod Kimber at Headingley
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Slapstick Sri Lanka give it away
6yAndrew Fidel Fernando at Headingley
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England's potent attack overcomes errors
6yGeorge Dobell at Headingley
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Plunkett and Broad rattle through Sri Lanka
6yThe Report by David Hopps