TE24 Sports Desk:
Nayeem wound up with 6-105 as Bangladesh packaged Sri Lanka out for 397 in their most memorable innings and afterward the openers batted forcefully to end the day on 76 for no misfortune in only 19 overs.
Tamim Iqbal was batting on 39 with adolescent Mahmudul Hasan Joy on 31 and the two of them looked agreeable in the wrinkle as they managed the Sri Lankan pacers and spinners easily.
Bangladesh are as yet following by 321 runs yet the manner in which the openers batted, it created sufficient certainty.
In any case, the credit ought to go to Nayeem. The neighborhood kid’s six-wicket pull, which was his third at least five wicket pull, included Angelo Mathews who got out as the last hitter for 199. This was grievous for Mathews who conveyed his side cleverly in the midst of the Bangladeshi bowlers trained bowling on day two.
Shakib Al Hasan asserted 3-60 to supplement the work of Nayeem, who was playing his most memorable Test since February last year.
Aside from Mathews, who passed up his second twofold hundred years, Dinesh Chandimal scored 66 and Kusal Mendis made 54.
Continuing the day on 258-4, Mathews and another short-term unbeaten hitter Dinesh Chandimal gained smooth headway in spite of some great bowling of Bangladesh bowlers.
The hosts’ bowlers as a matter of fact were glad to stem the run stream as they were not getting help from the wicket.
Mathews, in any case, took the charge to pursue the bowlers in his endeavor to pace the scoreboard.
Chandimal, who gave off an impression of being insecure at first, tracked down his beat, hitting a six off left-arm spinner Taijul Islam.
In any case, as it looked, Sri Lanka will make a beeline for lunch without losing any wicket, Chandimal committed the main error of the day, attempting to invert clear Nayeem. Chandimal made 66 off 148 with two fours and three sixes.
He explored the leg-before choice to no end as the 136-run association among him and Mathews reached a conclusion.
Four balls later, Nayeem excused Niroshan Dickwell (3) with a speedier conveyance that went directly to crash his stump.
Shakib then got the party together with the twofold strike to additional stake back the Lankan innings.
Soon after the lunch meeting, he took the wicket of Ramesh Mendis (1) with an arm ball before a speedier conveyance hit the stack of Lasith Embuldenia to have him leg-before for a brilliant duck in the quick next ball.
Vishwa Fernando managed the full go-around ball effectively and shockingly made an immense obstruction when the home side detected an early wrap-up of the Lankan innings.
With Fernando’s help, Mathews became stronger to strength and kept Bangladesh occupied until the end of the meeting in the searing intensity.
After the Tea meeting, Asitha Fernando came to bat rather than Vishwa Fernando who was hit on the head protector by Shoriful Islam however Nayeem excused Asitha for 1 to finish his third five-for in Test cricket.
Fernando then, at that point, came to bat once more and banded together with Mathews with unfaltering determination. Notwithstanding, Mathews trudged one off Nayeem to square leg where Shakib finished the catch to eliminate him.