Sri Lanka bowled out after 320 runs on day two

Sri Lankan cricketer Rangana Herath unsuccessfully appeals for a Leg Before Wicket (LBW) decision against unseen South Africa cricketer AB de Villiers during the fourth day of the opening Test match between Sri Lanka and South Africa at the Galle Internat
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Pakistan bowl out Sri Lanka after 320 runs on day two in the second and final Test match in Colombo.

Sri Lanka have been bowled out by Pakistan after 320 runs in day two of the second and final Test in Colombo.

The tourists finished day one with a strong evening session as they began day two on 261-8 with overnight batsman Dhammika Prasad and Rangana Herath at the crease.

Pakistan took a review as a huge appeal for lbw against Prasad was not given, but the original decision stayed as Sri Lanka were 284-8.

However, two balls later Prasad was gone for lbw in a similar situation to the first appeal but Ian Gould raised his finger as Junaid Khan completed a five-wicket haul.

Chanaka Welegedara was the last man to come in to the crease but showed intent as the Sri Lankans passed 300.

Abdur Rehman edged Herath as Younus Khan made his 100th catch in Test cricket for Pakistan to finish the innings.

Pakistan will come in to bat with Khurram Manzoor and Ahmed Shehzad at the crease.

Sri Lanka's Dhammika Prasad celebrates dismissing England's Matt Prior during the fifth and final days play in the second Test cricket match between England and Sri Lanka at Headingley in Leeds, England on June 24, 2014
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