(AFP) - Sri Lanka s Rangana Herath, the most a success left-arm spinner in records, claimed his one centesimal scalp at Galle on Tuesday in his farewell in shape as England struggled 113 for five at lunch in the first take a look at.

only other bowlers have carried out a hundred wickets at the identical floor -- Herath s compatriot Muttiah Muralitharan who performed it at Galle, Kandy and SSC Colombo, and England paceman James Anderson at Lord s.

Herath notched up the milestone without any other than England captain Joe Root, who came down the wicket and missed after a breezy 35.

Root had steadied England after the visitors located themselves 10 for 2 after debutant opener Rory Burns became caught at the back of off Surange Lakmal for nine and Moeen Ali was bowled next ball.

Surrey left-hander Burns had been given the tough assignment of replacing stalwart Alastair cook dinner following his retirement in September.

After Root, Dilruwan Perera skittled Keaton Jennings four quick of his 50 before bowling Ben Stokes round his legs for seven as he attempted to comb.

At lunch on the first day, Jos Buttler become unbeaten on 10 and wicketkeeper Ben Foakes, England s 2nd debutant along Burns, on 5.