Kusal Mendis and Niroshan Dickwella suspended

New Delhi. Ahead of the ODI series against England, the Sri Lankan team got into trouble on Monday when two of its players, Kusal Mendis and Niroshan Dickwella, were accused of bio bubble violation. felt. A 30-second video is going viral on social media, in which these two players are sitting in a public place without wearing masks. Apart from these two, opener Dhanushka Gunatilaka was seen roaming the streets of Durham at night after Sri Lanka’s loss in the third T20 International. Sri Lanka suffered a crushing defeat by 89 runs in this match. All these three players were part of this match.

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Team manager said investigation is underway
The Sri Lankan team led by Kushal Perera suffered a crushing defeat in the three-match T20I series against England. The ODI series between the two teams will start from Tuesday. Sri Lankan team manager Manjua Kariyaperuma said that the matter is under investigation. Kariyaperuma said that the area in which Mendis and Dickwella are seen in the photo is not in the vicinity of the team hotel.

There may be a break from 2 one-day matches
If the allegations of violations prove to be true, it could be very serious for the team and Mendis and Dickwella could be asked to remain in isolation. If this happens, these players will not be available for two out of three matches.

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Indian team on tour of Sri Lanka
The Indian team has reached Sri Lanka for the T20 and ODI series. Here Team India will play a 3-match ODI series from July 13 to 18 and after that a series of 3 T20 matches is to be played from July 21 to 25. Team India, with 20 players and 5 net bowlers, has reached Colombo, Sri Lanka where everyone will have to stay in isolation.

Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.

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