England v Sri Lanka, 1st Test: Story of day two at Headingley
By David Currie
Last Updated: 21/05/16 5:39pm
Jonny Bairstow hit 140 for England before they bowled Sri Lanka out for 91 and enforced the follow on on day two of the first Investec Test at Headingley.
The Yorkshire batsman had reached his second Test century on Friday before he was eventually dismissed for 140 after helping England post 298 in their first innings.
England's seamers then took centre stage with Anderson (5-16) and Broad (4-21) taking out the Sri Lanka top three in quick succession to leave the tourists 12-3 inside six overs.
There was a brief recovery, led by Angelo Mathews, for the Sri Lankans but when Anderson trapped him lbw, the floodgates were opened and wickets came at regular intervals.
Anderson had Dasun Shanaka caught behind first ball and although Herath survived the hat-trick ball, the England swing bowler got rid of him before long - Stokes taking the catch at fourth slip.
Broad was then back into the action having Chameera and Thirimanne caught by Finn before Anderson took the final wicket, Shaminda Eranga caught down the legside by Bairstow.
Alastair Cook enforced the follow on but after just two balls of Sri Lanka's second innings, and the score at 1-0, bad light brought an end to the day's proceedings with England in complete control.
Click on the video above to watch the best of the day two action, with live coverage from Headingley continuing live on Sky Sports 2 from 10.30am on Saturday.