Lakmal vomits during third test match between India and Sri Lanka.
Fast bowler Suranga Lakmal vomited on the ground on Tuesday. AS Delhi smog took over the stadium during the Third Test between India and Sri Lanka. Lakmal vomits during match
After the toxic air took over Delhi, the Sri Lankan bowler looked sick and pale as he returned to the dressing room after bowling just three overs.
Sri Lanka has protested against the bad air and demanded for a hault in the matches as the air is difficult to breath.
Lakmal vomits during match
Sri Lankan players and their coach had vomited in the dressing room on Sunday because of the pollution.
Nine Sri Lankan players except the wicketkeeper and the bowler wore air masks as they played in the toxic air .
The website of the US embassy in New Delhi showed the air quality index at 398, 15 times the World Health Organization’s safe limit. Conditions were worse on Monday.
The poor form of Ajinkya Rahane, promoted to number three in the batting order, continued as he fell to Dilruwan Perera for 10.
The hazardous smog in the most populated capital , dominates the preceding of the Match.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India that New Delhi could be cut off future listings during the cold season . Because of high rated pollution, making it difficult to breath.
BCCI secretary Amitabh Choudhary said venues would be reconsidered “in view of the situation which was encountered in the last two to three days.”
“The BCCI has been sensitive on the smog and fog matter over the years,” he added.