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Zimbabwe 126 for 2 (Chari 60*, Ervine 60*, Herath 2-44) trail Sri Lanka 504 (Dhananjaya 127, Gunaratne 116, Tiripano 3-91) by 378 runsScorecard and ball-by-ball details An amateurish approach to spin upfront was somewhat covered up by Craig Ervine and Brian Chari, who hit unbeaten half-centuries, to lead Zimbabwes recovery from an early wobble. They closed the second day of the second Test in Harare at 126 for 2, still 378 runs adrift of Sri Lankas 504.Ervine and Charis unbroken 109-run stand for the third wicket stood out on a day in which most of the wickets were brought about by faulty shot selection, rather than demons in the pitch. Even so, Sri Lanka remained in control, having been powered by centuries from Dhananjaya de Silva and Asela Gunaratne.Rangana Herath, Sri Lankas stand-in captain, triggered what could have been a procession when he reduced Zimbabwe to 17 for 2. Opening the bowling, he beat Tino Mawoyo with drift to have him lbw. Then he dismissed Hamilton Masakadza, Zimbabwes most experienced batsman, with a delivery that drew him forward into a feeble push that resulted in an edge to slip. It could have been 26 for 3, had Chari not made successful use of the Decision Review System, trialled for the first time in Zimbabwe.Having been given out lbw playing forward to an arm-ball that struck him in front of off stump, Chari survived as replays pointed to a faint inside edge, and Ian Goulds on-field decision was overturned. Zimbabwe had also benefitted from the prudent use of DRS when Chari survived a review in the third over after being given out by umpire Simon Fry. This time, replays showed the ball would have missed the stumps.All this came after flirting with a hit-out approach against Herath. He slog-swept his first ball for six, becoming the first Zimbabwe player to do so in Tests. Then got a thick edge past slip for four. The third shot, easily the best of the lot, was lofted inside-out with the spin, over mid-off. But, as the innings progressed and he had the calmness of Ervine at the other end, Chari mellowed down to play copybook cricket for the better part of the next 90 minutes. With a half-century in sight, he slog swept Herath boldly for his second six to bring up the landmark, his first in Tests.Ervine, meanwhile, adopted a more conventional approach, getting outside the line of the stumps and sweeping Herath with the spin, one such fierce hit behind square bringing up his half-century. By stumps, the two had steered Zimbabwe to 179 runs short of avoiding the follow-on.Things could have been much better for Zimbabwe had they not allowed Sri Lankas middle order to stage a robust recovery from an overnight score of 290 for 5. Contributions from the lower order, none more significant than Gunaratnes 116, steered Sri Lanka to a formidable 500-plus first-innings score. Playing in only his second Test, Gunaratne was left with the unenviable task of marshalling No. 11 Lahiru Kumara, who had made a golden duck on debut last week, in his quest to get to a maiden Test ton.Kumara played his part, dead-batting the fast bowlers for over a dozen deliveries to give Gunaratne his chance. Gunaratne brought up the century with a loft that just about eluded mid-off, and then threw his arms up to acknowledge the applause of his team-mates in the change room. In the context of the match, it was a significant knock considering that he came in to bat with Sri Lanka not entirely safe at 255 for 5. By following up his debut half-century with a century, he may have given the team management a healthy selection dilemma for the Test series in South Africa next month.Dhananjaya, on 100 overnight, added 27 before chipping a low return catch to Graeme Cremer. Dilruwan Perera then made a cameo 34, in which he took a liking to the Zimbabwe captain, before being foxed by a flipper. Herath played his typically unorthodox sweeps and pulls. All this added to Zimbabwes frustration by keeping them in the field for much longer than they would have hoped for. It also exposed the wide gulf in experience between the two sides, which could yet decide which way this Test is headed. Vapormax Off White Cheap . The FA rejected Wilsheres appeal that the length of his punishment was "clearly excessive" and said Thursday his suspension begins with immediate effect. He will miss league matches against Chelsea on Monday and West Ham on Dec. Vapormax Flyknit 2 Discount . Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey last Sunday. The fine is the fourth this season for Goldson. He was fined $30,000 for a hit on the New York Jets Jeff Cumberland in Week 1. http://www.vapormaxcheapoutlet.com/clearance-vapormax-2019/vapormax-2019-teal-tint.html . But the quarterback hopes to stay involved in football after officially calling it quits Tuesday. "Id love to look at those opportunities as they arise," Pierce said in an interview from his Winnipeg eatery. Vapormax Plus Photo Blue . -- Aldon Smith believes he is on the path to being sober for good. Vapormax Clearance Sale . The showiest items on Calgarys lot were forwards Mike Cammalleri and Lee Stempniak. Both will be unrestricted free agents this summer. SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Tomas Hertl made sure to keep the Sharks on track, helping San Jose overcome a power outage in the second period and having a goal disallowed early in the third.Hertl had two goals and Joonas Donskoi also scored to lead the Sharks to a 3-1 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday night.There were a couple things there out of our control, but I thought considering that, we stuck with it and found a way, Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said. You coach junior hockey in Canada for 15 years, you see your share of power outages.Martin Jones stopped 24 shots to help the Sharks improve to 3-0 at home.Scott Hartnell scored for the Blue Jackets, who lost for the second straight game. Sergei Bobrovsky finished with 26 saves.Hartnell spoiled Jones shutout bid with 2:50 remaining as the puck skipped off Jones skate and onto Hartnells stick and he put it in to make it 2-1.I though we played well. We just have not been consistent enough offensively, Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella said. We dont have enough offensive guys going right now.Hertl added an empty net goal in the final second.Donskoi scored his first goal of the season, on a power play with 7:01 left in the first period after taking a pass from David Schlemko and knocking it in off the bottom of Bobrovskys glove and having it bounce into the net.My last year in Finland, the ice broke a couple of times, Donskoi said of the power outage. That was even worse. There was maybe a 1 1/2, two-hour delay in the game, and we just kept going after that. I dont think this wwas too bad.ddddddddddddAfter a goal by Brenden Dillon was disallowed due to offsides following a lengthy review early in the third period, the Sharks scored another power-play goal with Hertl converting on a rebound to make it 2-0.A lot bad bounces and they just capitalized, Columbus Josh Anderson said. It was just unfortunate they had one on the power play too. I thought we came out the way we wanted but we got away from our game a little bit there.The lights over the ice went out with 2:42 left in the second period, forcing an early intermission. The time was added to the beginning of the third period, with the teams switching sides after 2:42.It was definitely a long game, the Sharks Joel Ward said. I dont know what time it is right now but with that and the disallowed goal it felt like a triple overtime type of game. Havent seen that before, but hopefully since we won maybe it happens again and we can capitalize.Game notes Schlemko recorded his first point with the Sharks. ... Bobrovsky is one of two goalies to have played all of their teams minutes this season. ... Sharks F Patrick Marleau appeared in his 550th consecutive game. ... The Sharks are 4 for 10 in power plays at home. ... Ryan Murray missed his third straight game with an upper body injury.UP NEXT:Blue Jackets: Complete a four-game road trip Friday night at Anaheim.Sharks: End a three-game homestand against Nashville on Saturday night. ' ' '

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