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After Sri Lanka Series Win, Ravi Shastri's Next Big Target For Team India

Ravindra Jadeja claimed a five-wicket haul as India crushed Sri Lanka by an innings and 53 runs on day four of the second Test to clinch the series in Colombo on Sunday. The Indian bowlers completed the task in 116.5 overs to wrap up the game in the second session for an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

The Indian batsmen had set up the victory with Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane hitting fine centuries. Pujara, who top-scored with 133, and Rahane, who made 132, put together a 217-run stand after the tourists elected to bat first. India's imposing total of 622/9 in the first innings was the 29th time the team crossed the 600-mark in an innings.

The Indian team is behind Australia (32), who currently top the list for most 600-plus scores in an innings. After India's series win, coach Ravi Shastri said that Virat Kohli's boys will definitely break Australia's record.

"India can certainly surpass Australia's record of scoring over 600 runs most number of times. I am sure this team will surely achieve this. When, I can't say. Whether this year, next year or some other time. But I would be happy if it is done during my tenure as a coach with the team," Shastri told Deccan Chronicle.

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