The ODI series being played with has gone out of the hands of the Sri Lankan cricket team. In the second match, the team had made a comeback by the hosts, but Deepak Chahar’s batting did not allow them to register a victory. But now after losing the series, the Sri Lanka team has suffered another setback. ICC fined him for slow over run rate. ICC match referee Ranjan Madugalle imposed the ban after the Dasun Shanaka-led home team was found to be one over behind in the stipulated time.
Sri Lanka will have to pay 20% of the match fee fine
Team India won a thrilling victory in the second ODI match played at the R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium. With this, the ODI series also got out of the hands of the host team.
Actually,has fined Sri Lanka for slow over-rate in the second ODI against India in Colombo. It has been stated by the ICC that the Sri Lankan team will be fined 20 percent of their match fee and one point has been removed from their account in the ICC World Cup Super League. ICC match referee Ranjan Madugalle imposed the ban after the Dasun Shanaka-led home team was found to be one over behind in the allotted time.
Sri Lankan team will descend to save honor
India has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 3-match ODI series being played between Sri Lanka and India. At the same time, the third match of the series will be played on 23 July. While in this matchWhile the hosts would like to clean sweep, the hosts would like to save the honor by winning the last match.
However, after the ODI series, a 3-match T20I series will be played between the two teams. In which surely the Sri Lanka team would like to return and take revenge on the guests.