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Sri Lanka’s stand in captain Upul Tharanga has been suspended for his team’s next two matches in the Champions Trophy because of a “serious” over rate offence in their first group B match against South Africa at The Oval.

Sri Lanka took more than four hours to bowl 50 overs, and match referee David Boon ruled they were short of the target by four overs, even after making time allowances. Tharanga had been filling in as captain for Angelo Mathews, who did not make it through a fitness test on the morning of the match, and received two suspension points for the slow over rate.

“Tharanga pleaded guilty to the offence and accepted the proposed sanction, so there was no need for a formal hearing,” the ICC said. “As two suspension points equate to a ban from one Test or two ODIs or two T20Is, whatever comes first for the player, Tharanga has been suspended from his side’s upcoming matches against India and Pakistan, while each of his players have received a fine of 60 per cent.”

Tharanga admitted he had been warned on field that Sri Lanka were falling well behind the over rate. “I think we were too slow to change over between overs. The umpires had told us that we were lagging, after 10 overs that we were two overs behind. In the last few overs it’s hard to catch up, because you need some time at the death. ”

He was Sri Lanka’s top scorer against South Africa, making 57 off 69 balls as they fell short by 96 runs in the chase of 300. His suspension now makes it even more imperative that Mathews is fit to face India at The Oval on June 8 as Sri Lanka aim to keep their tournament alive.

Speaking before the sanction against Tharanga was confirmed, Dinesh Chandimal, who would be the likely captain if Mathews wasn’t fit, said he had been close to make the opening match.

“He just missed this game, but the thing is you can’t risk playing the first game and making it worst,” he said. without turtle pace Chandi to block the progress. But don’t forget SL were lucky enough to win the vital toss on a batting DECK rated as LEAST DIFFICULT so far in the CT tournament (the deck was rated less than 3 in the difficulty level scale of 10). Yeas Mathews the batter did well (when the stage was set by DG/KM) with the help of Asela KJP thriving on that long 2nd wkt stand. BUt same cannot be said for Mathews the skipper who did vital mistakes in the middle Eg; limiting the most economical wkt taking bowler Asela to just 3 overs despite taking a wkt at the cost of just 7 runs.

Previous Vs SA played on totally different deck that assisted seamers spinners. Between the ovrs also I felt that we were not moving fast enough. The umpires warned me in the 40th ovr that we were 3 ovs behind,” UT explained. “In the 1st 10 ovs we were 2 ov short. We took too long no doubt. We need time when it comes to the last 10 ovrs but we failed to do any catch up having been too slow earlier on,” UT had said.

Obviously some lazy guys took it leisurely didn’t respond to the urgency by trying to speed up things despite cold conditions prevailed. SLC should find out the culprits from match replay, since it is a real shame for cricketers at international level. Certainly those guys should be given a thorough warning a training on how to change ends swiftly after each over !

Anyhow, the penalty (monetary plus match suspension) imposed on a stand in skipper in a brief global tournament with just 3 preliminary round matches is extremely harsh.

SL ran short of just 97 runs to beat SA. If the failed 4 batters (Chandi 12, Mendis 11, Kapu 0, Asela 4) instead OR if the middle order 4 batters had contribute at least 1x 50+ 3 x20s the match would have won by SL probably UT could have extended his 57 to another 100+ as he was well set to do that at that point unfortunately fell trying to bring the lagging run rate up single handedly with no contribution from other end to execute the original game plan handling Tahir with caution yielding runs from other bowlers.

What a waste.? Poor Tharanga had to face the severe punishment (60% of his fees 2 match opportunity to make another ton), simply after trying to give SL the best possible chance make an real impact in this ICC CT. But now, most likely SL may loose the other 2 games (even to Pk). (:

There are so many basic things wrong with SLC at the moment. Reg last match :1. How could you play 3 bowlers with Prasanna Gune to bowl 50 overs? SA could have scored 400! 2. How could you take 4 hours to bowl 50 overs. Even when they were warned , there were no urgency at.? What happens if Mathews cant play next match now? who’d play? Thilanga S? 3. How pathetic Kapugedara to get LBW on first bowl. Anyone who watch cricket could understand when AB had a slip on for the first ball to bluff Kapugedara to bowl a googly. There was no one to advice him at least? Why do I feel like general public like us,
ugg boots usc Upul Tharanga suspended for two matches after four
understand the game than current SLC. Please get Mahela as head coach , Sanga as Specialist consultant Murali as spin bowling coach . without turtle pace Chandi to block the progress. But don’t forget SL were lucky enough to win the vital toss on a batting DECK rated as LEAST DIFFICULT so far in the CT tournament (the deck was rated less than 3 in the difficulty level scale of 10). Yeas Mathews the batter did well (when the stage was set by DG/KM) with the help of Asela KJP thriving on that long 2nd wkt stand. BUt same cannot be said for Mathews the skipper who did vital mistakes in the middle Eg; limiting the most economical wkt taking bowler Asela to just 3 overs despite taking a wkt at the cost of just 7 runs.

Previous Vs SA played on totally different deck that assisted seamers spinners. Between the ovrs also I felt that we were not moving fast enough. The umpires warned me in the 40th ovr that we were 3 ovs behind,” UT explained. “In the 1st 10 ovs we were 2 ov short. We took too long no doubt. We need time when it comes to the last 10 ovrs but we failed to do any catch up having been too slow earlier on,” UT had said.

Obviously some lazy guys took it leisurely didn’t respond to the urgency by trying to speed up things despite cold conditions prevailed. SLC should find out the culprits from match replay, since it is a real shame for cricketers at international level. Certainly those guys should be given a thorough warning a training on how to change ends swiftly after each over !

Anyhow, the penalty (monetary plus match suspension) imposed on a stand in skipper in a brief global tournament with just 3 preliminary round matches is extremely harsh.

SL ran short of just 97 runs to beat SA. If the failed 4 batters (Chandi 12, Mendis 11, Kapu 0, Asela 4) instead OR if the middle order 4 batters had contribute at least 1x 50+ 3 x20s the match would have won by SL probably UT could have extended his 57 to another 100+ as he was well set to do that at that point unfortunately fell trying to bring the lagging run rate up single handedly with no contribution from other end to execute the original game plan handling Tahir with caution yielding runs from other bowlers.

What a waste.? Poor Tharanga had to face the severe punishment (60% of his fees 2 match opportunity to make another ton), simply after trying to give SL the best possible chance make an real impact in this ICC CT. But now, most likely SL may loose the other 2 games (even to Pk). (:

There are so many basic things wrong with SLC at the moment. Reg last match :1. How could you play 3 bowlers with Prasanna Gune to bowl 50 overs? SA could have scored 400! 2. How could you take 4 hours to bowl 50 overs. Even when they were warned , there were no urgency at.? What happens if Mathews cant play next match now? who’d play? Thilanga S? 3. How pathetic Kapugedara to get LBW on first bowl. Anyone who watch cricket could understand when AB had a slip on for the first ball to bluff Kapugedara to bowl a googly. There was no one to advice him at least? Why do I feel like general public like us, understand the game than current SLC. Please get Mahela as head coach , Sanga as Specialist consultant Murali as spin bowling coach . This pair ND/UT together had consistently put up 4 x valuable first wicket stands (139, 69, 60 45 ) from 6 odis played against SA since February 2017, giving the much needed solid platform to the side. This productive opening pair was found after 3 y of numerous failures tried at the top. This happened, since world’s 9th ranked UT/Dil opening combo was absurdly disrupted by selectors (axing UT for 3 yrs in mid 2013).

First a clear victim of wrong umpiring, ND was suspended for 2 odis in Feb by ICC, just after t20 win over Aus in Geelong. Umpire Fry gave ND out caught behind. Replays showed the ball had struck shoulder rather than his bat. The crime was “paused to view the replay, kicked the turf and looked at his shoulder for a prolonged period of time.” ND missed the final match in the t20 series won by SL

LEGGIE before singling out Imran Khan, please remember that this strategy originated from Kapil Dev during the ’86 Australia tour of India. Whenever India bowled first, 3 5 overs were short.

Anyways, as you have said, there is some form of penalty, but the best way to stop this is by allowing the chasing the team only that many overs which they bowled during their stipulated time.

In yesterday’s match, there was absolutely no reason for SL to fall short no pressure in the first 10 overs, no pressure in the death overs as well.
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