LAHORE - Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene was not expecting such an easy win against Pakistan in the final one-day of the series. Pakistan suffered one of the worst defeats a home to Sri Lanka by 234 runs that also gifted the series to the visitors 2-1. "Frankly speaking, I was not expecting such an easy win for us. I was looking forward to a tough competition and the team was directed that there was no room for error. "Fortunately, our big players coming to the party and did the needful. We did not panicked and took calculated risks. "Our fast bowlers have been the unsung players for quite some time. Chaminda Vaas was doing the good and now there are different more bowlers coming. I am happy that these give edge when we already have the world class spinners," he said. Jayawardene further said that the turning point of the match was the Tillkaratene Dilshan innings. "To me he is a versatile players who is ready to play at any position. I call him dirty player doing all the jobs. "We don't explain him the order of the play and just send him and this time too we gave him an opportunity and he grabbed it with both hands." He said that once they posted the 310 target they were confident to push things around. He further said that the absence of Shoaib Akhtar did not surprise him. For him winning the match was more important than thinking who was in and who was out, he added. He further said that during the recent times they have participated in seven events and won six out of those and the one they lost was against India so "we are heading to the right direction." "Now I am looking towards the series against India after taking some rest concentrate to win the series against them and then return for the test series."