Ajmal five-for pegs back Sri Lanka

Ajmal five-for pegs back Sri Lanka

Galle : Sri Lanka | Jun 22, 2012 at 11:50 PM PDT
Source: CricInfo
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After the first day, Sri Lanka had confidently talked about posting at least 500 but though Kumar Sangakkara is still there, that total isn't going to be easy to reach. Batting wasn't easy even before Ajmal's strikes as Umar Gul once again bowled a spirited but fruitless spell, using... FULL ARTICLE AT CricInfo
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