Over 41.6 PVD Chameera bowls a back of length delivery to JH Davey, 1 run, hops up in the crease and tucks it away towards mid-wicket.
Over 42.1 SL Malinga bowls a good length delivery to JH Davey, no runs, moves slightly across but fails to tickle it fine, the ball dips and just about misses the leg stump.
Over 42.2 SL Malinga bowls a pitched up delivery to JH Davey, no runs, leans forward and knocks it into the off-side.
Over 42.3 SL Malinga bowls a pitched up delivery to JH Davey, 2 runs, gets forward and lofts it over the in-field and picks up couple of runs.
Over 42.4 SL Malinga bowls a good length delivery to JH Davey, no runs, gets his bat down in time to push it back towards the bowler, had he missed, it would have crashed into the stumps.
Over 42.5 SL Malinga bowls a pitched up delivery to JH Davey, 1 run, gets forward and flicks it uppishly through the vacant mid-wicket region for a single.
Over 43.1 PVD Chameera to JH Davey, out Caught by Thirimanne!! It was a back of a length delivery just outside off, Davey pushes at it, gets an outside edge that is well caught by Thirimanne at slip, who moves across low to his left to complete the catch.Davey c Thirimanne b Dushmantha Chameera 4(7)
Sri Lanka win by a big margin of 148 runs
Kumar Sngakkara notched up his 4th consecutive hundred and became the first batsman to achieve the record.
Kumar Sangakkara is the Man of the Match
Kumar Sangakkara: Very slowly. It was a pretty good game, it was important that we finish off strongly. We thought they we shouldn't be complacent. That's what I have been doing for quite a long time, it's a routine. I am about 37 now, the joints get creaky and you become slow. But when everything is going well, things look bright. It's hard to say, sometimes things just fall in place. No matter how hard you try to pin-point it, it is difficult. I don't really know what that one things is, but whatever it is, it is working for me. I think as long as we are positive, as long as we enjoy ourselves, we can do it. We have had a lot of injuries, but the real key for us is that we enjoy our cricket.