India vs Sri Lanka, 3rd event, day 5 in New Delhi: Players shake hands. Sri Lanka has raffled the test match and this has been a commendable performance of them. They did a gritty performance in Kolkata before collapsing in the last sessions, they were miserable in Nagpur, but in Delhi they have been absolutely magnificent. All batters stood up from Dhananjaya de Silva to newcomer Roshen Silva. India might have felt they had a chance when Silva left injured, but Dickwella and Roshen got a solid position.
Report of Day 4: India was approaching victory in the third round against Sri Lanka on Tuesday, setting tourists a massive target of 410 and reducing them to 31
Pollution continued to plague the players, with a Sri Lankan player throwing up in the field. Sri Lanka coach Nic Pothas said his players were clearly upset by the levels of pollution that have left a thick mist spinning around the ground.
India declared at 246-5 in the second possibility, batting aggressively to get as many races as possible, even though they had a bad start as Murali Vijay (9) got trapped.
Ajinkya Rahane (10) was promoted to number three but fell at a low price.
Shikhar Dhawan (67) and Cheteshwar Pujara (49) added 77 runs.  "We had quick scoring instructions to be able to present a goal for Sri Lanka today, we had to change course, otherwise it would have been different, we are in a good situation now that there are three wickets down, we will try to finish the game tomorrow" said Dhawan after the play of the day.
"Not everyone in our team is from Delhi, so the situation is not independent for Sri Lankan players, the sun has not come out that much, so it has not come out." I helped reduce pollution in recent days. I grew up here and I do not think playing was a problem. It has not been hindering us, "he said of the heavy haze that has covered the ground during the game.  Pollution has reached dangerous levels in Delhi during the game, leaving several players panting for b reath.
Early in the morning, Suranga Lakmal showed discomfort due to pollution and vomited in the field.
Virat Kohli completed his fifteenth half-century test out of the 55 balls before being caught by Lahiru Gamage.  Kohli added 90 races with Rohit Sharma (50 not out) for the fifth wicket, the latter scored his eighth half-century test with 49 balls
The Sri Lankan pursuit did not start well Sadeera Samarawickrama (5) was trapped in the ravine of a fierce short ball from Mohammed Shami (1-8).
The referees felt that the light was too poor for the bowlers, India unfolded their spinners and Ravindra Jadeja (2-5) knocked down two other terrains e Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka coach Nic Pothas was not happy about the light situation. "It was a bit of a coincidence that a window collapsed, and suddenly the referees said the light was not good enough, then the rotators appeared and we lost two more terrains," he said.
"The players" We are clearly uncomfortable, but we have decided not to talk about it. We want to continue with the game, "he said.
Dimuth Karunaratne (13) was trapped and the night watchman Lakmal (0) was knocked down, the visitors stagger at the close of the game.
Early in the day, Sri Lanka received a launch of 373 at its first chance.
Dinesh Chandimal (164) added 30 runs with Lakshan Sandakan (0 not out) for the final wicket.
India had declared their tickets at 536-7 after Virat Kohli (243 ) had scored his sixth double double on the second day.
India led the three-game series 1-0 after winning in Nagpur for one inning and 239. The first test was drawn in Calcutta.
With AP entries