The third Test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan ended in a tame draw at Pallekelle, with the hosts winning the three-match series 1-0. SCORECARD: Sri Lanka were making good progress towards a winning target of 270 at tea on the final day of the third Test against Pakistan. At 1-0 down in the series, the tourists had earlier made a bold declaration on 380 for eight to leave their opponents 71 overs to seal victory. The hosts made a positive start to their chase and were 132 for two after 37.2 overs, Dinesh Chandimal falling just before the break to give Pakistan hope. Kumar Sangakkara (35no) will lead the chase in what looks set to be an intriguing final session. Asad Shafiq had earlier completed his second Test century. Shafiq, 55 not out overnight, reached exactly 100 as he and Adnan Akmal - batting bravely with a broken finger - added 81 runs without loss prior to the declaration. Pakistan batted for 24.4 overs in the morning, Shafiq facing 61 balls and taking 45 runs off them on what was still a reasonably benign pitch. That included four boundaries and plenty of positive running against a defensive Sri Lanka. Akmal, who was scoreless at the start of the day, chipped in with 35no in 96 deliveries, standing firm and striking four fours of his own despite obvious discomfort. Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq called his batsmen in as soon as Shafiq nudged Rangana Herath for a single to bring up his second Test century. That left Sri Lanka with 20 minutes to bat before lunch and the possibility of chasing a 2-0 series win.