Dinesh Chandimal found guilty of ball-tampering; dangling for 3rd Test opposite Windies

Dinesh Chandimal in movement during a Test match


Sri Lanka skipper Dinesh Chandimal has been found guilty of ball-tampering and given a one-Test cessation along with 100 percent reduction of his compare fee. Chandimal will now skip a third and final Test in Barbados, starting on Saturday (June 23).

The International Cricket Council (ICC) had charged Chandimal with changing a condition of a round during a second exam opposite West Indies.

The ICC announced a preference around Twitter on Sunday and after pronounced that Chandimal had pleaded not guilty.

Sri Lanka had resumed play on day 3 on Saturday underneath criticism after loitering a start and strongly denied it tampered with a round in St. Lucia.

The visiting group was charged with altering a condition of a round by umpires Aleem Dar and Ian Gould, who reviewed video of West Indies’ initial innings on Friday. They penalized Sri Lanka before play on Saturday with a change of round and a endowment of 5 runs to West Indies.

Sri Lanka protested by refusing to leave a sauce room for scarcely 90 minutes. Then a group went out to a center and walked behind to a boundary, where arguing with officials continued for another 40 minutes.

Sri Lanka Cricket suggested a group to play “under protest,” that group government pronounced no players “engaged in any wrongdoing,” and it would take all stairs to urge any actor charged with “any uncalled-for allegation.”​

(With AP inputs)



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