Shakib Al Hasan scored a valiant century while Mushfiqur Rahim and Mosaddek Hossain scored fifties as Bangladesh went on to post 467 in their first innings replying to Sri Lanka's total of 338 runs on day three of the second Test in Colombo.
A collective bowling effort from Bangladesh saw them restrict Sri Lanka to 238 for seven at stumps on day one of the second Test in Colombo despite a fighting knock of unbeaten 86 from Dinesh Chandimal.
Rangana Herath led from the front with a six-wicket haul as Sri Lanka dismissed Bangladesh for 197 in the final innings to secure a massive 259 run victory in the first Test in Gale and take an unassailable lead of 1-0 in the series.
Bangladesh opening pair Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal scored an unbeaten 67 run stand after Sri Lanka declared their innings at 274 for six to set a target of 457 runs in the final innings of the first Test in Galle.
Rangana Herath and Dilruwan Perera picked three wickets apiece as Sri Lanka dismissed Bangladesh for 312 runs to secure a 182-run lead in the first innings following which rain spoiled the action for the rest of the day in the first Test in Galle.
Three wicket hauls from Adam Zampa and James Faulkner were instrumental in dismissing Sri Lanka for 146 in their chase of 188 in the third Twenty20 International in Adelaide as Australia completed a 41-run consolation victory.
Asela Gunaratne played a majestic unbeaten knock of 84 runs from just 46 deliveries to help Sri Lanka chase down 174 against Australia in the final delivery with two wickets in hand to win the second Twenty20 International in Geelong and seal the series 2-0.
AB de Villiers and Andile Phehlukwayo played vital knocks after Quinton de Kock smashed a blistering fifty as South Africa chased down 208 runs with four wickets in hand in a rain-reduced 34-over first One-Day International in Hamilton to claim a 1-0 lead in the series.
Sune Luus picked three wickets and backed it up with an unbeaten half-century as well to help South Africa Women seal a nine-wicket victory against Sri Lanka Women in Colombo and secure a spot in ICC Women's World Cup.