Bangladesh vs. Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Day 4: Video Highlights, Scorecard & Report

Lee Walker@@Lee_BleacherRUK Managing EditorJanuary 30, 2014

Sri Lanka’s Dilruwan Perera, second left, celebrates the wicket of Bangladesh's Mominul Haque, right, on the fourth day of their first test cricket match in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014. (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad)
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Sri Lanka completed a crushing innings and 248-run victory over Bangladesh in the first Test in Mirpur.

The tourists bowled out Bangladesh for 250 on Day 4 at the Shere Bangla National Stadium to seal a huge victory.

The hosts were dismissed for 232 on Day 1 with Sri Lanka making a huge 730-6 declared in reply.

Bangladesh 2nd Innings: 250 all out (51.5 overs)
Tamim Iqbal c Perera b Herath 11 10 18
Rahman c Chandimal b Eranga 9 28 24
Ayub c Silva b Lakmal 18 43 36
M Haque lbw b Perera 50 96 57
Shakib lbw b Perera 25 42 32
Mushfiqur Rahim b Perera 14 43 30
Nasir Hossain c Herath b Perera 29 56 41
Gazi lbw b Lakmal 23 18 19
Robiul Islam lbw b Lakmal 1 18 15
Rubel Hossain c Silva b Perera 17 35 23
Al-Amin not out 32 29 18
Extras 2nb 0w 9b 10lb 21
Lakmal14 4 39 3
Eranga6 1 26 1
Herath9 3 47 1
Perera 19.5 0 109 5
Mathews3 0 10 0

Bangladesh, who resumed on 35-1, were bowled out in 42.5 overs as they suffered their fourth-heaviest defeat in Test history.

Shamsur Rahman (nine) was caught behind off Shaminda Eranga's second ball of the day before Marshall Ayub (18) popped Suranga Lakmal up to short leg.

Off-spinner Dilruwan Perera then ran through the rest of the top order, picking up three wickets before lunch.

Shakib Al Hasan (25) and Mominul Haque (50) were trapped lbw before Mushfiqur Rahim (14) was clean bowled to leave the Tigers teetering on 150-6 at lunch.

Lakmal then trapped Sohag Gazi (23) and Robiul Islam (one) after the adjournment, allowing Perera to complete the task by removing Nasir Hossain (29) and Rubel Hossain (17) to finish with figures of 5-109.

However, it was Mahela Jayawardene who was named man of the match following his first innings double century.

The 36-year-old told the post-match presentation ceremony, as reported by Cricinfo, that he was delighted to hit a Test 200 for the first time in over four years.

It has been some time since I got a big one. I thought it was a great game by the team as everyone put their hand up and performed, so it was a good outing.

I think the wicket played really well, and even today there was a little bit of pace for our quicks, and for the spinners it was spinning, but the important thing was the bounce which really helped us. Overall, a good Test wicket.

It is all about handling situations, that is where our guys did well. We applied ourselves and made sure not to lose our wickets up front. There were times where their spinners bowled well, but we were able to handle the situation well and pull through in the end.