England v Sri Lanka, third one-day international photos

England win the toss and elect to bat at Lord's and have an early escape when captain Alastair Cook is dropped at slip by the normally reliable Mahela Jayawardene off the bowling of Nuwan Kulasekara
England, unchanged from Friday's hefty defeat at Headingley, lose Craig Kieswetter for three in the sixth over and then Jonathan Trott (above) for two in the 10th over as the batsmen struggle on a good batting wicket
With Cook dropping anchor, Kevin Pietersen picks up the pace with his usual aggressive style, but he departs for 41 when he is caught in the deep after attempting to slog-sweep leg-spinner Jeevan Mendis for six
Mendis takes another key wicket, this time spinning the ball back in and trapping the in-form Eoin Morgan lbw for four, leaving England in trouble on 85-4 in the 22nd over
Ian Bell struggles to find the gaps in the field and fails to hit a single boundary in his 30 from 46 balls as Sri Lanka increase the pressure on England's batsman
Cook completes his second one-day international hundred from 127 balls and his first ton since being made captain as he seeks to win over the critics who question his place in the side
Tim Bresnan struggles to find the boundary, hitting one four in his 26 before a fearsome Malinga inswinging yorker beats him all end up in the final over, but a six and a four from Graeme Swann help England to 246-7
England secure the vital wicket of Tillakaratne Dilshan when Bresnan produces a fantastic delivery which nips back and clatters into the off stump but Jayawardene looks in immaculate form
Dinesh Chandimal and Jayawardene put on a century stand and are making serene progress, despite England's attempts to crank up the pace and pressure, with Stuart Broad hitting 90mph with the ball
Jayawardene looks set for a second successive century until he chases a wide delivery from Jade Dernbach and is caught by Morgan for 79 off 77 balls, but Sri Lanka are looking good on 133-2 in the 24th over
A spectator takes some well-deserved applause after catching a six in the Grand Stand off the bat of Chandimal - the first maximum of the Sri Lanka innings coming off spinner Graeme Swann
Morgan, fielding at short cover, catches Kumar Sangakkara for 25 as Swann takes his first wicket of the match but Sri Lanka remain in a strong position and only need four an over to seal victory
Chandimal wants his century and causes alarm among his team-mates as the overs tick by during a farcical passage of play where Angelo Mathews turns down runs to give his partner the strike
The 21-year-old Chandimal finally gets there in the 48th over, smashing Bresnan for a six to bring up his ton and then hitting James Anderson for four to seal victory with 10 balls left to put Sri Lanka 2-1 up in the series