(From Guardian Unlimited)
For the second time in a week, out came Mahela Jayawardene on a hat-trick. His cohort, Kumar Sangakkara, had once again nicked his first delivery from Jimmy Anderson. Jayawardene, the No4, probably waits to bat with his gloves and helmet on at the moment.
You would have thought that the Sri Lankan captain would have had the decency to look a little nervous. But he did not. Out he ambled at his own gentle pace, whereupon he was required only to sit on his bat handle.
Anderson had dismissed Sangakkara from the last ball of his intriguingly eventful and symmetrical third over, which went . . 4 4 W W. Things were happening out there, …