COLOMBO (Agencies) - Sri Lanka's most successful pacer Chaminda Vaas today left the Sinhalese Sports Ground never to return to Test cricket again. It was a befitting end to an illustrious career as Sri Lanka, their back against the wall, eked out a draw against the exasperating Pakistanis to win the three-match Test series 2-0. Vaas did not have much success with the ball in his Test swansong, managing just the wicket of Khurram Manzoor in Pakistan's first innings and going wicketless in their second essay. "It has been a long haul and I always had the backing of my friends and family," an emotional Vaas said after the match. "It's an emotional moment for me," he added. His kids, wife and parents were present on the occasion as Vaas drew curtains on his Test career. After making his Test debut against Pakistan at Kandy in 1994, the Mattumagala-born pacer has played 111 Tests, claiming 355 wickets at 29.58 with 12 five-wicket hauls in it. He has also made 3089 Test runs at 24.32, including a century against Bangladesh. In the 322 ODIs he has played, Vaas has taken 400 wickets at 27.53, besides scoring 2025 runs. He has also played six Twenty20 Internationals.