West Indies vs Sri Lanka: Alzarri Joseph and Jason Holder dominate on rain-curtailed Day 3 of 2nd Test
Dimuth Karunaratne-led Sri Lanka are still 104 runs behind the West Indies first innings score of 354, but will hope that Pathum Nissanka can guide them closer to the score.In a rain-curtailed Day 3 of the second Test in Antigua, Sri Lanka were 250/8 when play was halted with the tourists still 104 runs behind. The @windiescricket boys kept themselves busy during the rain delayPlay is back underway in Antigua#WTC21 | #WIvSL | https://t.co/HL8pbcQ9yupic.twitter.com/uDDNTHFprR The lone positive for Sri Lanka at the close of play was Pathum Nissanka's presence at the crease, with the rookie unbeaten on 49. Starting the day at 136/3 in reply to the West Indies’ total of 354, Sri Lanka’s main aim was reaching stumps with a first-innings lead established.
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