Mohammed Shami, R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 154/5 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

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Mohammed Shami, R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 154/5 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test
Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

India's domination at Galle continued as Sri Lanka were left reeling at 154/5 at stumps on Day 2. AP

Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

Sri Lanka's Nuwan Pradeep celebrates the dismissal of India's Cheteshwar Pujara on Day 2 of the first Test at Galle. AP

Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

Lahiru Kumara also got rid of Ajinkya Rahane to help Sri Lanka crawl back into the game. AP

Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

However Ravichandran Ashwin stabilised India's innings before getting out for 47. AP

Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

Hardik Pandya's maiden Test fifty guided India to the 600-run mark. AP

Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

India's Mohammed Shami struck twice in the 15th over to peg Sri Lanka further back on Day 2. AP

Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

The experienced pair of Angelo Mathews and Upul Tharanga stitched together a 57-run stand. AP

Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

But Abhinav Mukund, at short leg, and wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha combined to send Upul Tharanga back to the hut. AP

Mohammed Shami R Ashwin leave Sri Lanka teetering at 1545 on Day 2 to maintain control in 1st Test

Niroshan Dickwella's wicket late in the third session, scalped by Ravichandran Ashwin, proved to be the icing on the cake for India. AP

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