Sri Lanka preferred to play for draw to win the series 1-0 against Pakistan as they earlier defeated visitors in the first Test. Though they went for draw but also outplayed Pakistan in all the departments of the game.Absence of Decision Review System (DRS) and sloppy fielding also spoiled Pakistan hopes to level the series. The series saw inconsistent decisions from the umpires throughout the Test matches and it felt that ICC must make DRS system mandatory in all format of the game to ensure transparency in cricket. Kumar Sangakkara created some new records in the series from Sri Lanka as he completed 2000 runs against Pakistan and created a new partnership record against Pakistan. He scored 490 runs in the series including two centuries and one fifty. Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq stamp their authority from Pakistan as a batsmen. Azhar scored 300 runs with two centuries and Asad made 257 runs with one century and two half-centuries. Both youngsters show improvement during the series. Hafeez also played well and scored 315 runs with one century and one half-century. Azhar Ali scored back to back centuries and Asad Shafiq was 100 not out when Pakistani skipper made declaration and set 270 runs victory target for Sri Lanka.Junaid Khan made memorable come back and took 14 wickets during the series while Rangana Herath and Saeed Ajmal share the spin bowling honour with 15 wickets each. Gul and Sami struggled throughout the series.Junaid, yet again, reinforced the impact of Pakistan's biggest strength, fast bowling and impressed with his classy bowling as he swung the ball both ways and troubled every batsmen. Junaid Khan (5-70) was rewarded for his untiring effort with a five-wicket haul. His third five-wicket haul against Sri Lanka as earlier he took 5/32 against them in Abu Dhabi and second at Colombo and third in final Test at Pallekele. Pakistan must blame themselves for the loss of series as they failed to impress with their performances in each department of the game. They also fielded badly in the final day of the final Test.Paranavitana and Samaraweera shared 143 runs for the fourth wicket that helped Lanka level the Pakistan first innings total. Perera rode some luck as he was dropped on 11 and 22 and went on to score 75 off 86 balls that helped Lanka to get 111 lead against Pakistan. Umar Gul dropped a hard catch and bowled chance and captain Misbah-ul-Haq missed a low catch in the slip before the left-hander cut loose. Pakistan lost Taufeeq Umar on an umpire's shaky decision as TV replays suggested that Kulasekera pitched the ball outside the leg stump, but Umar didn't have the benefit of the Decision Review System to make a referral. Earlier, Sri Lanka's seamers rocked Pakistan on a bowling-friendly wicket as Perera sent four of top five batsmen to pavilion in the first session on a greenish pitch and overcast conditions. Perera mostly moved the ball the other way and bowled fuller, creating more chances and made Pakistan batsmen struggle throughout his spells.Pakistan Cricket Board should assess the performances of the players and those failed to deliver for Pakistan should be sidelined as there is no dearth of talent in the country and senior should be replaced by the upcoming players to make team strong.A few Under-19 team players knocking at the door of Test cricket they should also be considered for selection such as Sami Aslam, Babar Azam, Imamul Haq, spinner M Nawaz, fast bowler Ehsan Adil and orthodox spinner Raza Hassan as they are performing well at the domestic circuit.