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Sanath Jayasuriya: Ex-Sri Lanka commander deals with defilement indictments
Ex-Sri Lanka chief Sanath Jayasuriya has been charged by the International Cricket Council with two breaks of its enemy of debasement code. The 49-year-old previous all-rounder is blamed for neglecting to co-work with an examination by the administering body. He is additionally accused of discouraging the examination by "covering, messing with or crushing proof". Jayasuriya, a previous seat of the Sri Lanka selectors' advisory group, is viewed as one of the best one-day players. He has 14 days to react to the charges. As per the BBC Sinhala administration, the charges against Jayasuriya related to him declining to hand over his cell phone to ICC experts for "individual reasons". Prior this month, Alex Marshall, general administrator of the ICC against debasement unit, declared an examination concerning "genuine charges of defilement" in Sri Lanka. BBC Sinhala comprehends Jayasuriya was director of selectors amid the period under scrutiny Jayasuriya was player of the competition as Sri Lanka won the World Cup in 1996 and he scored 21 centuries and took 323 wickets in 445 one-day internationals. He additionally arrived at the midpoint of 40.07 keeps running in 110 Test matches. The previous government serves resigned from global cricket in 2011, however, kept playing Twenty20 matches until 2012.
Sangakkara wants Sri Lanka to target Cook's replacement
Kumar Sangakkara feels England are the 'best all-round side' in world cricket, but their new opening combination can be exploited by the Sri Lankans in their upcoming Test series. England's tour of Sri Lanka, which commences on 10 October, will feature five one-day internationals, a solitary Twenty20 international and three Test matches, in that order. This will be England's first series since they hosted India – a series that ended with Alastair Cook's retirement from international cricket. Sangakkara believes that while England have a formidable playing XI in the longest format of the game, the new opening combination can be targeted by the hosts.
Sri Lanka vs South Africa 5th ODI Review
What a Brilliant display of Allround performance by Sri Lanka.They did well in all 3 Department.They won the toss and elected to bat first.Sri Lanka posted 299/8 in their 50 overs.Angelo Mathews scored unbeaten 97 runs.Captain leading from the front.It was difficult for south africa to chase this huge target.SA managed to scored 121 in 24.4 overs