Randiv banned, Dilshan fined for No-Ball incident
The Lankan Cricket board has taken serious action on the players involved in the No-Ball Incident denying Virender Sehwag his century. The Bowler who bowled the No- Ball deliberately got in some popularity and soon now got a ban slapped against him which ensures that he will miss the one match of the one day series. Not only this, he has also been fined fully out of his match fee.
Nishantha Ranatunga, the Lankan Cricket Secretary said:-
Dilshan has also admitted that he had instructed Randiv to bowl a no-ball in the manager’s report
The Lankan Captain who was warned on this issue said:-
You need to make sure that you keep trying to impress upon players that the responsibility of playing cricket is not all the time about runs and wickets and winning. Winning and losing is part of the game, the manner in which you play the game and the manner in which you present yourself on and off the field is also important
It’s not just Sri Lanka; it’s the responsibility of all cricketers of the world. This incident was unfortunate, it’s not Sri Lanka Cricket has to take the sole proprietorship of whole unsavoury incidents. All sides have gone through such incidents including India
On which Person this of of Spirit tactic was used, first was like a Pandit on this matter, later look annoyed and said:-
They should have shown sportsman’s spirit,” Sehwag said. “It was done deliberately. If there is a player on 99, it does not mean you bowl a no-ball. That has no place in cricket.
Posted on August 19, 2010, in ODI and tagged Board of Sri Lanka, Dilshan, india, kumar sangakkara, Lanka, No ball incident, Randiv incident, Sehwag Randiv, Sri lanka, suraj randiv, TM Dilshan. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.