Pakistan fast bowler Wahab Riaz aborts run-up five times in a row

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He was injured on the first day of the day-night Test and was advised rest for two-three weeks following scans. He survived a close bat-pad shout off Yasir Shah.

Sri Lanka bowled Pakistan out for 262 on Sunday but paid the price for not enforcing the follow-on. Ali hit six boundaries in his patient knock.

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However, Pakistan stunned the Sri Lankans as it sent half of their batsmen including first innings Centurion Dimuth Karunaratne and in-form Dinesh Chandimal to the pavilion for just 34 runs in second innings.

With a 220-run lead in hand, Sri Lanka crumbled in spectacular fashion in their second innings, starting with opener Kaushal Silva, who was caught behind off the bowling of Mohammad Abbas for three runs.

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Left-handed pacer Usman Khan Shinwari has been named as Mohammad Amir's replacement for the upcoming ODI series against Sri Lanka, the Pakistan Cricket Board announced on Monday.

Wahab Riaz, who once looked extremely pathetic in first innings and lost his run-up consecutively for five times, turned the table this time by picking up three wickets. The incident occurred as the left-arm pacer attempted to deliver the 5th ball of his 19th over - 111th over of Sri Lanka's first innings. The 23-year-old has played four T20Is with two out of it coming in the recently concluded series against World XI at home but is yet to make an appearance in the other two formats. Riaz' three-wicket haul reduced the Lankan side to 34/5 at the end of Day three.

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