India – New Delhi: Former India cricketer Virender Sehwag has slammed Sri Lankan players who complained about smog on the second day of the Delhi Test and wore masks.

Summary

  • New Delhi: Former India cricketer Virender Sehwag has slammed Sri Lankan players who complained about smog on the second day of the Delhi Test and wore masks.
  • Sehwag further questioned why Sri Lankan batsmen didn’t has masks on while batting.
  • In 2010, they bowled no-ball while I was batting on 99 and we needed 1 run to win,” Sehwag said while explaining that it was not the first time Sri Lankans did something against the spirit of cricket.
  • On day two, Sri Lankan players wore masks and also complained about the air quality.
  • For over 15 minutes the play was halted as Sri Lankan captain Chandimal and players looked uncomfortable.


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