After claiming a five-for in the first innings Rangana Herath once again proved to be the wrecker-in-chief on Day 4 claiming the first four Bangladesh wickets to fall on the day.
Herath finished with second innings figures of 7 for 89 as Bangladesh were bundled out for 265. Herth also reached a personal milestone of 200 wickets in 47 matches.
Only Mushfiqur Rahim provided some resistance on day four scoring 40 off 87 balls. Lower order of Abul Hasan (25*) and Sohag Gazi (26) too got some runs. Bangladesh set Sri Lanka a target of 160 to win the match.
Kumar Sangakkara played well through out the Test series as he got the Man of the Series award. He scored three hundreds in the series. (AP Photos)
Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara lead Sri Lanka to victory in the second Test as both of them scored half-centuries. (AP Photos)