After Sri Lanka lost a wicket before they had even scored a run, Dhananjaya de Silva batted with any fluency, hitting 37 of the team's 50 runs at tea
Sri Lanka added 124 runs for the loss of overnight centurion Dhananjaya de Silva and Dilruwan Perera to go into lunch on 410 for 7
An action-packed two hours on the fourth morning in Colombo brought three wickets, two of which caused plenty of debate, 87 runs, a couple of sixes, and by lunch Sri Lanka's lead was 85 runs
LONDON, June 8 (Reuters) - Danushka Gunathilaka and Kusal Mendis were the heroes as Sri Lanka chased down 322 runs to upset India by seven wickets at the Oval on Thursday and throw Champions Trophy Group B wide open.
Dhananjaya de Silva and Dinesh Chandimal launched an impressive recovery for Sri Lanka on the first day in Colombo, where they reached 141 for 5 at tea having been 26 for 5 during the morning session