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Sri Lanka will have to show some arrogance if they are to get the better of India in Thursday's Champions Trophy match at The Oval, according to former captain Kumar Sangakkara.

When Indian opener Lokesh Rahul was dismissed for 199 on Sunday, he came the second Indian and 11th player overall to make a score of 199 in Test cricket. Of the 11, two players remained unbeaten on 199. Here’s a look at the eleven who have missed the double hundred mark by one run

Shane Warne’s Warriors clinched the Cricket All-Stars series 3-0 by beating Sachin Tendulkar’s Blasters by 4 wickets in the final T20 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles

Recently retired Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara smashed 70 from merely 30 balls as Warne's Warriors outplayed Sachin's Blasters yet again to clinch the three-match T20 series 2-0 at Houston.

On a day when Ajinkya Rahane hit yet another Test hundred, to win more fans with his mature batting, Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara, who had an equally good start to his Test career, called it quits

Ajinkya Rahane made up for his first-innings failure with a splendid century as India took further command of the second Test at the P Sara Oval in Colombo on Sunday

Sri Lanka have produced many highly talented batsmen over the last couple of decades, from Aravinda de Silva to Sanath Jayasuriya and Marvan Atapattu to Mahela Jayawardene. Another name that would easily slot into this category is that of Kumar Sangakkara.

For Sri Lanka, the second Test at the P Sara Oval, beginning on Thursday, will have great sentimental value. After all, it will be the final international match of one of their greats. While India would be pleased to be part of the special occasion,

During the course of the fifth and final one-dayer against Pakistan, Sri Lankan veteran Tillakaratne Dilshan became the latest batsman to enter the 10,000 run club. Dilshan now has 10,007 runs in 319 matches at an average of 39.7 with 22 hundreds and 45 fifties