ICC keeps close eye on three Sri Lankan cricketers for match-fixing issues
In the last few days, a word from an Indian bookie, Sanjeev Chawla has caused a commotion in the cricket world. According to him, every cricket match is fixed. This means that each match is a movie with a different story.
Pakistan’s Umar Akmal has recently been banned for three years for hiding his contact with a bookie The International Cricket Council (ICC) has kept a close watch on three Sri Lankan cricketers.
Sri Lankan Sports Minister Dullas Alahapperuma has confirmed the news of the probe into the three cricketers. However, he did not reveal the names of the suspects, nor did he say where they were at present. There was a tone of regret in his voice. “It’s very sad that sports are suffering from irregularities and personality crises.”
Although the names of the cricketers are not known, the Sri Lankan Cricket Board has confirmed that none of the three cricketers are members of the current national team. The board has also confirmed the ICC’s probe into the alleged cricketers.
Meanwhile, fast bowler Shehan Madusanaka was caught with drugs in his car last week. The police took him to the police station. The ban also came from the cricket board. The actions of a star have hurt the country’s sports minister. “It’s very sad. The country had high hopes for him,” he said.