Welegedara and Herath show top order how it's done

Chanaka Welagedera

Sri Lanka's No. 9 and No. 10 batsmen Chanaka Welegedara and Rangana Herath frustrated the Pakistani bowlers by putting on a 75-run partnership for the ninth wicket, after Sri Lanka's top-order collapsed leaving them at one point at 73/5, during the second cricket Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka at Dubai's international cricket stadium on October 26, 2011. AFP PHOTO/LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI.

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The top order batsmen should take the example of the tail enders! Saying that when Sri lanka came to bat in the morning the pitch was doing a lot ! It was not a flat from any means ! Also credit should be given to the two pakistan seamers who utilised those conditions so well . I also think The DRS system should be brought in again and make it a Mandatory in test and odi and ask the Indians to not to invold them selves with the icc ! I agree with tony greig on this !

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