At the close, Sri Lanka, forced to follow on, were 30 for 2 in their second innings, requiring a further 214 runs to avoid an innings defeat.
Streak made the early breakthrough in the second innings when the opener Roshan Mahanama gloved a lifting delivery to third slip. In the final over of the day, Gurusinha was superbly caught down the leg- side by the wicketkeeper, Wayne James.
An innings of 81 from 84 balls by Mohammed Azharuddin paved the way for India's four- wicket victory over the West Indies in the triangular one- day series in Madras yesterday. India reached their target with 10 balls to spare.
Pakistan cruised to a nine- wicket win over Australia in the second round of the triangular one-day series in Rawalpindi on Saturday.
(Zimbabwe won toss: Fourth day) ZIMBABWE - First Innings 462 for 9 dec (D L Houghton 266, A Flower 50; C Vaas 4-85).
SRI LANKA - First Innings (Overnight: 96 for 6) A P Gurusinha c Dekker b Peall 63 H P D K Dharmasena run out 54 C Vaas c Dekker b Whittal 14 G P Wickramasinghe b Whittal 7 M Muralitharan not out 15 Extras (lb4 nb12 w1) 17 Total 218 Fall (cont): 7-142 8-171 9-193.
Bowling: Streak 28-10-68-3; Jarvis 34-22-30-3 (1nb); Rennie 29-10-46-0 (11nb 1w); Peall 17-7- 35-1; Whittal 17.1-6-35-2; G Flower 1-1-0-0.
SRI LANKA - Second Innings * R S Mahanama c A Flower b Streak 4 A P Gurusinha c James b Jarvis 10 S Ranatunga not out 13 H P D K Dharmasena not out 0 Extras (nb3) 3 Total (for 2) 30 Fall: 1-4 2-30.
To bat: P A de Silva, A Ranatunga, H P Tillakaratne, P B Dissanayake, M Muralitharan, G P Wickramasinghe, C Vaas.
Bowling (to date): Streak 3-1-5-1; Rennie 5-1- 14-0 (2nb); Whittal 2-1-2-0 (1nb); Jarvis 3-1-4- 1; Peall 2-0-5-0.
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