Result: Pakistan lose three early wickets as they sit 195 runs behind Sri Lanka

Pakistan lose three wickets before tea to sit 195 runs behind Sri Lanka on day five of the third Test.

Pakistan trail Sri Lanka by 195 runs after they lost three wickets in the afternoon session of day five of the third Test in Sharjah.

The Pakistanis reached tea on 107-3 after taking to the crease following lunch after bowling Sri Lanka all out for 214 in the second innings.

With a target of 302 runs, Pakistan sent Khurram Manzoor and Ahmed Shehzad into the fold, but both were dismissed for 21 by Suranga Lakmal.

Azhar Ali (29 not out) and Younis Khan were tasked with finding some steady composure for Pakistan, but Khan was taken out on 29 from 42 balls.

Ali and Sarfraz Ahmed (7 not out) will return to the crease after tea.

Pakistani batsman Khurram Manzoor leaves the field against being dismissed during the match against Sri Lanka on January 18, 2014
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