LAHORE - Thilan Samaraweera and Tillakaratne Dilshan let their bat do the talking on the second running in the second test match here at the Gaddafi Stadium on Monday and later dented Pakistan with the wicket of Salman Butt to take complete charge. Samaraweera resuming the innings at 133 reached his second double century in two consecutive matches to become the sixth player with the mark and Dilshan got his century from yesterday's three to place Sri Lanka happily at 606. And when things started to grow for Pakistan, Mahela Jayawardene ran out Salman to leave the hosts reeling at 110 for one. Salman and Khurrum Manzoor were going great guns but Butt was unlucky to miss the crease and his fall also turned the curtains on for the day. Sri Lankan magic spinner Muthian Muralitharan tossed the ball to Khurrum, who pushed it from middle and leg stump to square to find Jayawardene at shot fine leg. His direct hit at the striker's end found Butt inches away from the line. Butt managed fighting 48 of 74 balls. Their partnership of 110 runs lasted 23.4 overs and in between Khurram Manzoor reached his maiden test half century. However, the day was entirely dominated by Samaraweera who with his double century posted a total of 600. he was very condifently supported by Dilshan to put all the Pakistan bowlers to sword. Only Umer Gul distracted the visiting batsmen and snared six wickets. After Samaraweera was sent back run out at 214 (414 min, 338 balls, 4x32) with a combined effort of Kamran Akmal, Shoaib Malik and Danish Kaneria, Gul tightened his line and got Prasanna Jayawardene with a reverse swinging yorker. But Dilshan (145 runs in 170 balls and 21 boundaries) continued the spanking from the other end after he was dropped by Misbah-ul-Haq at the first slip then at 126, after adding 207 runs with Samaraweera. He too was run out otherwise he was watching the ball well and frustrating the Pakistan camp. The good work was done by Yasir Arafat, who was despite showing variation in his bowling was smashed for frequent boundaries. Once he was back, Gul trapped Thushara at 10 and and Ajantha Mendis for duck. Mohammad Talha got his first test wicket of Muralitharan, who was then holding the crease with Fernando (14*) to add 34 runs for the last wicket. Talha bowled Muralitharan for 22. but Danish Kaneria remained wicketless in his 47 overs giving away 183. he was never seen disturbing the Sri Lankan batsmen while Shoaib Malik was the most economical of all the bowlers, who in his 28 overs gave 80 runs at the rate of 2.85. SCOREBOARD SRI LANKA 1st innings (overnight 317-4) M. Warnapura c Haq b Gul 8 T. Paranavitana c Malik b Gul 21 K. Sangakkara c Akmal b Arafat 104 M. Jayawardene c Akmal b Gul 30 T. Samaraweera run out 214 T. Dilshan run out 145 P. Jayawardene c Akmal b Gul 15 T. Thushara b Gul 10 M. Muralitharan b Talha 22 A. Mendis b Gul 0 D. Fernando not out 14 EXTRAS: (b4, lb1, nb13, w5) 23 TOTAL: 606 Fall of wickets: 1-16 (Warnapura), 2-35 (Paranavitana), 3-96 (M. Jayawardene), 4-300 (Sangakkara), 5-507 (Samaraweera), 6-542 (P. Jayawardene), 7-566 (Thushara), 8-572 (Dilshan), 9-572 (Mendis) BOWLING: Umer Gul 37-2-135-6 (2nb, 1w) Mohammad Talha 17-0-88-1 (7nb, 1w) Yasir Arafat 20-2-106-1 (4nb) Danish Kaneria 47-5-183-0 Shoaib Malik 28-3-80-0 (3w) Younus Khan 2-0-9-0 Overs: 151 PAKISTAN 1st innings Khurram Manzoor not out 59 Salman Butt run out 48 EXTRAS: (nb3) 3 TOTAL: (for one wkt) 110 BOWLING: Thushara 8-0-46-0 Fernando 2-0-20-0 (2nb) Mendis 8-2-21-0 (1nb) Muralitharan 4.4-0-23-0 Dilshan 1-1-0-0 Overs: 23.4 Toss: Pakistan Umpires: Simon Taufel (AUS), Steve Davis (AUS) TV umpire: Nadeem Ghouri (PAK) ICC match referee: Chris Broad (ENG).