Batting first, India declared its first innings on 622 for nine and dismissed Sri Lanka for 183 and enforced the follow-on, commanding a 439-run lead.
"Today we said even if we don't get wickets early on we are going to enjoy these tough times as well, because they really improve you as a side", said Kohli, who became the only Indian captain to win two Test series in Sri Lanka. "Very happy that we went through the hard phases as well and you never get complacent as a side then".
Excerpt: Originally a dance move, the "dab" celebration has been picked up Indian cricket team stars Virat Kohli and KL Rahul during the ongoing India vs Sri Lanka Test series.
The hosts, who resumed the day on 209/2, lost two wickets in the morning session, including skipper Dinesh Chandimal for two.
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Mathews followed next, edging Jadeja to perish caught behind for 36 and Hardik Pandya claimed a couple of late wickets to hasten Sri Lanka's collapse.
"Actually we were outplayed in the first innings with the bat and ball both". "Credit goes to them; they batted brilliantly in the first innings and put us under huge pressure".
The players who got this record were Jadeja and Ashwin, Interestingly Jadeja has won the Man of the Match Award but was given a test match suspension for throwing the ball angrily over a Srilankan player. "I'm really happy the way guys played in the second innings".
However, India will badly miss Jadeja's services in the third and final Test starting Saturday in Pallekele, after the ICC slapped the all-rounder with a one-match ban and a fine for risky play.
India has secured the series by taking a 2-0 lead that includes a 304-run win in the first test in Galle.
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Jadeja finished with 5-152 and collected seven wickets in the match.
UMPIRES: B.N.J. Oxenford (Australia) and R.J. Tucker (Australia).
MATCH REFEREE: R.B. Richardson (West Indies).
Mendis scored his third test century and was out for 110 off 135 deliveries, a spell that included 17 boundaries.
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