On Monday, India swept the series 2-0 as a bowling attack led by Jasprit Bumrah helped India thrash Sri Lanka by 238 runs in three days at Bangalore's pink ball Test. Sri Lanka were bowled out for 208 in the second session, chasing 447 for win, despite skipper Dimuth Karunaratne's brave 107 on a pitch that had changed from day one. Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah terminated Karunaratne's tenure and added another wicket to his match count of eight, while spinner Ravichandran Ashwin claimed four wickets on the day.
In India's 303-9 declaration on day two, Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant hit 67 and 50 runs, respectively, to play vital roles in an overwhelming victory that left the hosts unbeaten in all three of their home day-night Tests.
India also won the first Test in three days, giving new all-round skipper Rohit Sharma a successful start to his Test leadership.
Before Ashwin broke through for the stumping of the captain's overnight partner Kusal Mendis, who scored his 12th Test half-century, left-handed Karunaratne put on a second wicket stand of 97.
Karunaratne, on the other hand, went on to fight alone, scoring a century off Bumrah, the only century for a Sri Lankan batsman in this Test series.
After Iyer scored 92 and pushed India from a shaky 86-4 to 252 all out, India stayed dominant from day one, gaining valuable Test championship points.