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From Virat Kohli, Dinesh Chandimal to pollution: Talking points from the India-Sri Lanka Test series
Here are five talking points from the three-match series that saw India equalling Australia's record of nine successive Test series wins.
Chandimal and his team work masks to combat pollution on day two at the Feroze Shah Kotla with some of them falling sick.
De Silva, unbeaten on 72, added 84 runs for the fifth wicket with skipper Chandimal (27), on a day when Feroz Shah Kotla was bathed in bright sunshine, cutting through the haze.
Dinesh Chandimal was left out of the 16-member Sri Lankan one-day squad for the three-match series against India despite his face-saving century in the ongoing third Test.
Thisara Perera's team has been ratified by Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera after an initial confusion that led to stopping of nine players departing for India.
All-rounder Asela Gunaratne and opening batsman Danushka Gunathilaka return to the side that has lost 21 one-day games this year and won just four.
At Kotla, when he walked in late on Sunday evening, Chandimal knew there was no room for mistakes, particularly with his friend, the experienced Mathews, not in the best of form.
At the break, the visitors trailed by 266 runs with six first-innings wickets remaining.
Mathews has so far faced 194 balls, hitting 11 boundaries and two sixes. Chandimal has so far consumed 165 balls, hitting seven fours in the process.
India are currently 1-0 up in the three-match rubber and would aim to wrap up the third Test in style before engaging in a brief limited overs series with the Islanders.
Skipper Dinesh Chandimal top-scored with 57 while opener Dimuth Karunaratne made 51 on a green pitch that helped India's fast bowlers.
Rohit’s inclusion means India are going back to the formula of six batsmen, wicketkeeper and four bowlers.
If Interest in the India-Sri Lanka Test series was low before the start, it’s fair to say grass has made people take a fresh look at it.
Sri Lanka were reeling on 75/7 in their second innings when bad light forced the umpires to bring the curtains down on the match.
India pacer Mohammed Shami returned with three wickets before a late order resistance took Sri Lanka to 263-8 at lunch.