SRI LANKA gamers had been compelled into sporting face masks towards India on Sunday… to counter the Delhi air pollution.
The harmful ranges of smog within the Indian capital compelled the guests to take the drastic measure, however gamers nonetheless compelled off vomiting towards India.
Sri Lanka coach Nic Pothas extremely revealed a number of his gamers needed to race off the sector to make use of the amenities because of the air pollution.
The ex-Hampshire star mentioned: “We had gamers coming off the sector and vomiting.
“There have been oxygen cylinders within the change room. It is not regular for gamers to undergo in that means whereas taking part in the sport.
“I feel it is the primary time that everyone has come throughout that state of affairs.
“There aren’t too many guidelines relating to air pollution. What we’re going to do tomorrow is within the arms of the match referee.
“They may have conferences tonight to place in some form of a precedent if it occurs like this tomorrow.”
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Nonetheless, appearing BCCI president CK Khanna took a swipe at Sri Lanka’s actions.
He mentioned: “If 20,000 folks within the stands didn’t have downside and the Indian staff didn’t face any situation, I ponder why Sri Lankan staff made a giant fuss?”
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Despite Khanna’s words, play was delayed for around ten minutes owing to the dense smog.
Sri Lankan medical staff appeared to beg umpires to call a halt to proceedings, with batsman Dinesh Chandimal stepping in to protest.
Even Delhi’s chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, the city’s top elected official, described the capital as a “gas chamber” recently.
India racked up a staggering 536-7, spanning 127.5 overs, before declaring – a long time in the field for Sri Lanka in the smog.