|Sri Lanka wrap up run fest
Sri Lanka declared their second innings on 335 for four, setting Bangladesh a target of 268 in 37 overs as early tea was taken on the final day of the first test.
Bangladesh have never won a test match against Sri Lanka.
The game recorded eight centuries, five by Sri Lanka and three by Bangladesh, equaling the record for most hundreds in a test, AP reports.
Kumar Sangakkara scored his 32nd century in the morning, a Sri Lankan record for most test hundreds. In the first innings he scored 142 to equal former captain Mahela Jayawardene's mark. He also became the fifth Sri Lankan to score twin hundreds in a test, joining Duleep Mendis, Asanka Gurusinghe, Aravinda de Silva and Tillakaratne Dilshan.
Dilshan was the first to three figures with a single to square leg. It was his 16th test hundred and the fourth against Bangladesh.
Sangakkara and Dilshan were involved in a 230-run stand, a record for the second wicket in tests between the countries. The previous best was a 172-run stand between Michael Van Dort and Naveed Nawaz in 2002 at SSC.
The partnership ended in the second ball after lunch when Sangakkara was spectacularly caught at short mid-wicket off the bowling of Mahmudullah, who accounted for all three wickets to fall in the afternoon session.
Debutant Kithruwan Vithanage, who did not bat in the first innings, was promoted to No 4 after Dilshan's dismissal and he chipped in with a quick half-century. Vithanage's maiden test innings ended when he attempted to cut a delivery too close to his body. His 59 came off just 70 deliveries with seven fours and a six.