Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews was delighted with his side's ODI series win against Pakistan, winning the deciding third match in Dambulla by seven wickets, and gave the credit to his pace bowlers.
Sri Lanka made light work of the third ODI against Pakistan in Dambulla, winning by seven wickets after bowling the visitors out for a paltry 102, and thus Sri Lanka won the series two-one.
Sri Lanka batsman Kithruwan Vithanage faces disciplinary action, and is under investigation, after sneaking out of the team hotel in Galle during the first Test against Pakistan, and his whereabouts are unclear.
Skipper Angelo Mathews defended the waning form of opening bowlers Nuwan Kulasekara and Lasith Malinga, after Sri Lanka secured a convincing 77-run win over Pakistan in the second ODI in Hambantota.
The ODI series between Sri Lanka and Pakistan was at a stalemate at the end of the second match in Hambantota on Tuesday, as Sri Lanka won by 77 runs to level the series with a game to play.