The Sri Lankan cricketers are monitoring the ICC

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Monday, July 31st, 2017 | 0
Sri Lankan cricketer has got involved in match-fixing scandal. The International Cricket Council has said that the ICC will start investigating soon against the alleged cricketer. The complainant named Sampath Hatiarachchi.
Although the complaint has not come back to its unity, the name of the other cricketer is involved here. However, the name of this cricketer is still not known. With the fact that the investigation is being investigated, it has been known in Sri Lankan cricket as the ‘toiletgag scandal’.
It’s a strange name, but there is enough logic behind it. An electric device that is used in the used toilet is used as the main role behind swinging. And that is the main point of the investigation, the name of the scandal has been ‘toiletgate’.
According to Sri Lankan media, Sampath was scheduled to give special responsibility for Sri Lankan cricket. But before getting that responsibility, he participated in the team meetings during the series against Zimbabwe – which is beyond the rules.
on the other hand,
Dinesh Chandimal can return to lead Sri Lanka in the second Test against India. But new concern due to , Rangana Herath injured. There is doubt about his playing in the series save match.
Chandimal could not play Gal Test due to pneumonia. He has been replaced by experienced Herath. He left the field with a finger injury during the second innings. Later, he was not batting order. Earlier, in the first innings, the series ended for Asela Gunaratne due to palm injury.
In the injury test, the Sri Lankan loss of 304 runs.Challenge to turn around in front of hostel camp at home. Relief on the return of Chandimal, however, has made Herath uncertainty.
The second Test will be played in the three-match series on August 3 (Thursday). The game starts at Sinhalese Sports Club ground in Colombo at 10:30 in the morning. Herat’s condition is being closely monitored in front of the important match.
Sri Lanka Cricket Manager and selector Asanka Gurusingha said, “Dinesh (Chandimal) must definitely be fit. He has batted for the last few days. We will see how Herath will recover in the next few days, because his fingers are still in the palpable. We’ll give him the last minute to fit the game. “
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