Bangladesh vs. Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Day 2: Video Highlights, Scorecard & Report

Lee WalkerUK Managing EditorFebruary 5, 2014

Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara acknowledges the crowd after scoring a century on the first day of the second test cricket match against Bangladesh in Chittagong, Bangladesh, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014. Sangakkara's 34th century steered Sri Lanka to a commanding 314-5 against Bangladesh at stumps Tuesday.(AP Photo)
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Kumar Sangakkara made a career-best 319 as Sri Lanka piled on the runs on Day 2 of the second Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong.

The tourists were all out for 587 at tea at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium with Bangladesh reaching 86-1 in reply.

Sangakkara's total was the 17th highest in international history and the biggest against Bangladesh since they entered Test cricket in 2000.

Sri Lanka 1st Innings: 587 all out (156.4 overs)
Karunaratne c Mahmudullah b Al-Amin 31 84 61
Silva lbw b Gazi 11 66 46
Sangakkara c Gazi b Nasir Hossain 319 521 482
M Jayawardene lbw b Mahmudullah 72 185 147
Chandimal c Kayes b Shakib 27 54 38
Mathews b Shakib 5 17 12
Vithanage lbw b Nasir Hossain 35 74 52
Perera lbw b Shakib 1 3
A Mendis lbw b Shakib 47 94 67
Lakmal lbw b Shakib 0 16 11
Pradeep not out 4 44 22
Extras 1nb 2w 21b 6lb 5pen 35
Al-Amin25 5 81 1
Gazi48 4 181 1
Razzak 4.0 1 6 0
Shakib34 3 148 5
Mahmudullah34 2 110 1
Nasir Hossain 6.4 0 16 2
Rahman1 0 5 0
M Haque4 0 8 0

Sri Lanka, who won the first Test last week in Dhaka by a resounding innings and 248-run margin, resumed on 314-5 and took the score to 440-7 at lunch.

Kithuruwan Vithanage contributed 35 in a 90-run sixth wicket partnership before being unluckily adjudged lbw to Nasir Hossain with an inside edge missed by the umpire.

The dismissal came an over after Sangakkara moved to second on the all-time list of double century makers in Test history, behind Sir Don Bradman, who has 12.

Shakib Al Hasan trapped Dilruwan Perera lbw for just one in his first over of the day and removed Ajantha Mendis in the same way in the afternoon—although not before he made 47.

By that time, the total had moved past 500 and Sangakkara had reached 250, contributing exactly half of a 100-run eighth wicket partnership.

Sangakkara had moved within 10 runs of his highest international score when slow left-armer Shakib picked up his 11th five-wicket haul in Tests—an arm ball seeing Suranga Lakmal trapped in front for a duck.

However, the 36-year-old left-hander went past his previous best score of 287—made against South Africa in 2006—with a four off Shakib and then reached his maiden triple century with consecutive sixes off the next two balls.

He was finally caught at long-on off Nasir Hossain after a 482-ball vigil in which he had struck 32 fours and eight sixes.

The hosts' reply could not have started worse, with Lakmal clean bowling Tamim Iqbal with the fourth ball of the innings and the scoreboard operators yet to have been troubled.

Bangladesh 1st Innings: 86 for 1 (25 overs)
Tamim Iqbal b Lakmal 0 2 4
Rahman not out 45 105 75
Kayes not out 36 100 76
Extras 5nb 0w 0b 0lb 5
Lakmal5 0 18 1
Pradeep7 2 29 0
A Mendis4 1 13 0
Perera7 2 22 0
Mathews2 0 4 0

However, Shamsur Rahman (45) and the recalled Imrul Kayes (36) saw Bangladesh through to the close without further loss.