Just when you thought everything has been ended and forgotten, a new drama has been added to the tale. After the end of the match, the glasses of the Bangladesh dressing room has been seen broken and it is yet to know who did the damage.
The match referee Chris Broad has a lot of job pending in his hand and we have to wait till morning to know if any players get charged or not due to the on-field incidents and after the dressing room drama, one more investigation has been added under Broad’s belt.
The ground staff had reported the damage to Broad, but were not sure who had done it. Broad then had asked the local officials to go through the CCTV footage to find out who had caused the damage.
The ground staff is supposed to submit a report to the match referee before 12 noon on Saturday. Meanwhile, the umpires also will study video footage of the closing stages of the game before deciding whether they should press charges against any player.
The on-field incidents began when Isuru Udana gave two bouncers in a row which is not allowed in the T20I format and should have been called a no-ball. The skipper of Bangladesh, Shakib Al Hasan became furious and asked the players to not play and leave the field. After that, the Sri Lankan players also joined the action and hence the match turned into a collection of dramas.