NZ vs SL, 2nd Test: Day Two in pictures

Dushmanth Chameera, the fast bowler, took five wickets to hurt New Zealand's batting; Sri Lanka led by 60 runs with one wicket left to take, at stumps on Day Two.

Sri Lanka had moved into easier waters on Day One when Angelo Mathews constructed a partnership of 138 for fifth wicket with Milinda Siriwardana, at a healthy run-rate (4.60 per over). Mathews, who resumed his innings on the second morning, eventually finished with 77. Photo: AP
Tim Southee took the final wicket of Sri Lanka's innings in the morning session of Day Two, removing Mathews. He finished with three wickets in the innings. Photo: AP
New Zealand were put on course for a solid reply when Martin Guptill scored 50, and put on 81 for the first wicket with Tom Latham. Photo: AP
When Ross Taylor fell for a five-ball duck, New Zealand had negated their good start to the innings. Dushmanth Chameera was the chief performer with the ball for Sri Lanka. Photo: AP
Mitchell Santner stemmed the slide to an extent with a knock of 38 at No. 6. Photo: AP
Doug Bracewell helped New Zealand put up a lower-order resistance. At stumps, he was unbeaten at 30 as his team, with one wicket left, trailed by 60 runs. Photo: AP
Dushmanth Chameera finished the day with five wickets, the first in his fledgling career. Photo: AP