Cricket News sort by Pakistan tour of Sri Lanka, 2015

Sri Lanka haven’t been in great form of late. They lost the Test series to Pakistan at home, their first loss to the visitors in nine years while playing in Sri Lanka

Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by 135 runs in the third One Day International of the series at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. Batting first, visitors posted a par above score of 316 for four, thanks mainly

The third one-dayer of the series between Sri Lanka and Pakistan to be played at Colombo on Sunday will be very significant since both teams are tied 1-1 in the five-match series

Sri Lanka chased down the target of 287 runs posted by Pakistan with 2 wickets in hand and 11 balls to go at Pallekele. Kusal Perera threatened Pakistan to finish the game very early but his dismissal brought a massive collapse in Sri Lankan batting order.

Of all the players on show during the first game of the ODI series between Sri Lanka and Pakistan at Dambulla, Mohammad Hafeez would have been among the ones under a lot of pressure

Pakistan did not go into the Test series against Sri Lanka as favourites. This was specifically because they had not won a Test series in Sri Lanka in nearly a decade. But, it must be said they put up a fantastic performance to pull off a memorable series triumph.

Pakistan's batting veteran Younis Khan starred with an unbeaten 171 as the visitors registered a historic victory, chasing down their highest ever total, that of 377 set by Sri Lanka at Pallekele.

Brilliant centuries from the past and future of Pakistan cricket -- Younis Khan and Shan Masood put Pakistan in an eminently capable position of winning the third Test at Pallekele, and in the process, clinching the Test series as well

Angelo Mathews played a captain’s knock for Sri Lanka, as his unbeaten innings of 77 helped the hosts take command of the third and final Test, after their top order crumbled yet again