Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test, Day 4 Highlights: Bad light forced early closure. New Zealand ended the day with a 138-run lead and five wickets in hand. Tom Latham and BJ Watling took New Zealand into the lead, and Colin de Grandhomme’s quickfire innings gave the visitors a shot at winning this Test.
In response to Sri Lanka’s first innings total of 244 , New Zealand got off to a poor start losing Jeet Raval and Kane Williamson cheaply in the third day of the final Test in Colombo. However, a solid unbeaten knock of 111 runs by Tom Latham guided New Zealand to 196/4 at the close of play on Day 3. Latham and BJ Watling, who was not out on 25, resumed the New Zealand innings and added 70 for the unbroken fifth wicket to boost their chances of winning the match.