Sri Lankan cricket authoritative body, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), has suspended the batting all-rounder Danushka Gunathilaka from all types of the International cricket for rupturing “player set of accepted rules”.
Without giving out the particular subtle elements, the SLC explanation said that the choice was taken after the player was discovered blameworthy of damaging the set of accepted rules.
“The choice to suspend the player was taken after an underlying request directed by Sri Lanka Cricket after the group administration revealed that the player has disregarded the ”Code of Conduct’,” ESPNcricinfo.com cited the SLC proclamation.
The suspension of the Sri Lankan players will be executed instantly after the continuous second trial of the two-coordinate arrangement against South-Africa here at Sinhalese Sports Club Ground.
Also, the 27-year-old will be peeled off his match charges for the continuous test coordinate.
The issue of wrongdoing is definitely not another thing with the right-hand batsman.
Prior, International Cricket Council (ICC) had counseled the Sri Lankan player for breaking level 1 of the ICC set of principles by giving Bangladeshi player Tamim Iqbal a send-off while he was headed to the changing area. The episode occurred in January amid the last match of the T20I tri-arrangement against Bangladesh.
In 2017, the batsman was suspended for six one-day matches following a show of poor disposition towards preparing in an arrangement against India. He was in this manner dropped from the ODI squad chose for the Pakistan arrangement.