|Second Test, Colombo (SSC) (day four):|
|Sri Lanka 320 & 282 v Pakistan 332 & 127-7|
Sri Lanka batsman Mahela Jayawardene's final Test innings saw him reach his 50th half century.
Jayawardene reached 54 in the second innings of the second Test in the two-match home series against Pakistan before getting out.
Sri Lanka look set to make it 2-0 as they have Pakistan, who need 271 to win, at 127-7 at the close on day four.
|The 10,000 Test runs club|
|13,289||Jacques Kallis||South Africa*|
|11,988||Kumar Sangakkara||Sri Lanka|
|11,953||Brian Lara||West Indies*|
|11,814||Mahela Jayawardene||Sri Lanka|
|11,414||Shivnarine Chanderpaul||West Indies|
|*Kallis, Dravid and Lara played one game for an ICC World XI against Australia in 2005|
Jayawardene, who ends his Test career as the seventh highest run scorer in the five-day format, reached his 50 when he swept a four to fine leg off the bowling of Saeed Ajmal.
However, he followed Kumar Sangakkara (59) to the pavilion in the first 30 minutes of play after he tried to hit Ajmal over mid-wicket but was caught by Ahmed Shehzad.
The former Sri Lanka captain received a standing ovation from the crowd all the way back to the pavilion.
His batting career in Test cricket ended with Jayawardene scoring 11,814 runs from 149 Tests at an average of 49.84.
Jayawardene needed to score 90 in his final innings to average 50 in Test cricket and bows out as the only player in the all-time top-10 list of Test run scorers not to do so.