Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul dominate with bat as India bounce back against Sri Lanka on Day 4 of Kolkata Test [Photos]

Check out the best photos from Day 4 action of the first Test between India and Sri Lanka at the Eden Garden in Kolkata.

FirstCricket Staff November 19, 2017 20:26:05 IST
It was a good day of cricket for India as their openers Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul ensured the team eradicate the 122-run deficit and gain an upper hand in the Test. However, the match will most likely to end as draw. AFP
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It was a good day of cricket for India as their openers Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul ensured the team eradicate the 122-run deficit and gain an upper hand in the Test. However, the match will most likely to end as draw. AFP
Sri Lanka took the lead earlier in the day and made sure India work very hard for the remaining wickets. Rangana Herath's resistance proved to be frustrating for the host team as he played a valiant knock of 67 before becoming falling to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. AFP
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Sri Lanka took the lead earlier in the day and made sure India work very hard for the remaining wickets. Rangana Herath's resistance proved to be frustrating for the host team as he played a valiant knock of 67 before becoming falling to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. AFP
Much was dependent on Nirishan Dickwella and Dinesh Chandimal to take forward their team but both of them didn't last long. Here Virat Kohli and team are seen celebrating Dickwella's dismissal. AFP
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Much was dependent on Nirishan Dickwella and Dinesh Chandimal to take forward their team but both of them didn't last long. Here Virat Kohli and team are seen celebrating Dickwella's dismissal. AFP
Mohammed Shami was once again very impressive with his spell as he ended with figures of 4/100 in 26.3 overs. AFP
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Mohammed Shami was once again very impressive with his spell as he ended with figures of 4/100 in 26.3 overs. AFP
Both Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami ended with four wickets each as Sri Lanka took a 122-run lead. Here, captain Kohli congratulates both the pacers after they wrapped Lanka's innings. AFP
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Both Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami ended with four wickets each as Sri Lanka took a 122-run lead. Here, captain Kohli congratulates both the pacers after they wrapped Lanka's innings. AFP
Indian openers started on a positive note with both Dhawan and Rahul playing some good shots. Rahul remained unbeaten on 73 when play was stopped on Day 4 due to bad light. AFP
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Indian openers started on a positive note with both Dhawan and Rahul playing some good shots. Rahul remained unbeaten on 73 when play was stopped on Day 4 due to bad light. AFP
Dhawan played some glorious shots on his way to 94. He should've converted the knock into a century but he fell victim to Dasun Shanaka. AFP
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Dhawan played some glorious shots on his way to 94. He should've converted the knock into a century but he fell victim to Dasun Shanaka. AFP