Sri Lanka Cricket Board suspends declared ‘pitch-fixers’.
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), on Sunday (Might 27), suspended the 2 people involved in 'pitch fixing. The SLC chose in the aftermath of the discoveries made in a sting operation by
Al Jazeera. In the investigative documentary, "Cricket's match-fixers," the news outlet declares the two Sri Lankan individuals are, Tharindu Mendis (former first-rate player) and Tharanga Indika (Assistant supervisor of Galle cricket stadium).
The duo guaranteed to prepare the pitch according to the requirements of an undercover reporter impersonating a business owner. Two other guys, who are likewise determined as fixers, were also present in the room.During the discussion, Indika likewise claimed to have actually doctored the Test pitches in the past. He declared he had actually modified the surface area for India and Australian Test in 2017 and 2016. Gamers in action during in 2015's Galle Test(Credits: AP) The International Cricket Council (ICC)
has already launched its investigation, and SLC has actually likewise followed suit.The Sri Lanka board has decided to complain with the Crook Investigators Department( CID )to check out the case of pitch-fixing. In addition, the SLC has actually likewise formed a three-member group.
The team consists of Mr Mohan de Silva, Air Commodore Roshan Biyanwila and Mr Channa Weerakkody. The trio has actually been charged with submitting a report within three days to make recommendations to avoid such occurrences in the future. Credits: Sri Lanka Cricket The SLC likewise promised to cooperate with the ICC in its examination totally.
The ICC has currently started taking the needed procedures to obtain to the root of the problem. Alex Marshall, head of the ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit had actually stated-- "We will take the contents of the programme and any allegations it might make very seriously."An avid cricket enthusiast, I simply love this video game more than anything. Discussing cricket keeps me closer to the game.