England's Chris Jordan, left, drops a catch off James Anderson bowling to Sri Lanka's Dimuth Karunaratne, during day three of the Second Test Match between England and Sri Lanka at Headingley cricket ground, Leeds, England. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)

Leeds, England - England has been bowled out for 365 on Sunday, giving it a first innings lead of 108 over Sri Lanka on the third day of the second test at Headingley.

England began the day on 320-6 and Shaminda Eranga made the breakthrough for the tourists, when Chris Jordan edged to Mahela Jayawardene for a diving catch on 17. Angelo Mathews followed up in the next over with a wicket when Stuart Broad (4) edged to Lahiru Thirimanne at gully.

Mathews then flattened Liam Plunkett's middle stump with an in-swinging delivery that pitched outside off stump. Plunkett left after making two runs, and James Anderson went for 0 after fending an Eranga bouncer back to him.

Matt Prior finished unbeaten on 27.