Sri Lanka 308 for 6 dec (de Silva 102*, Karunaratne 59) drew with Pakistan 252 for 2 (Abid Ali 109*, Babar 102*)
Rawalpindi: The return of Test cricket to Pakistan was somewhat spoiled by unfavourable weather conditions, with only one innings possible from either side in the Rawalpindi Test.
A full day's action was possible on Day 5 on Sunday, and Pakistan batsmen Abid Ali (109*) and Babar Azam (102*) capitalized to bring up their maiden tons at home.
For Abid Ali, the day was extra special as he became the first batsman to score a ton both on ODI debut as well as Test debut.
Earlier, Dhananjaya de Silva scored his sixth Test century.
Sri Lanka declared the innings at 308/6.
Day 4 had been abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Pakistan finished their innings at 252/2 in 70 overs, to be behind Sri Lanka's score by 56 runs.
The second Test starts in Karachi on December 19.