Charith Asalanka: Team and coaches 'all emotional' after loss

Charith Asalanka

After a stretch of losses, Sri Lanka had an ODI victory in their grasp, but let it slip. For a team low on confidence, it had to have been devastating. Batter Charith Asalanka, who had top-scored for Sri Lanka with 65, described what it was like to see the opposition’s eighth-wicket partnership take the game away.

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  1. In adjoining article by Cric stat he says Pramodaya is to kill SL cricket. This is a totally irrational probably a personal grudge. What did the the seniors he mentions here did in the WI recently ? Not only they lost 3/0 but got two negative points being tardy on the field. Mathew returned back home on his usual tactics citing personal reasons literally for the umpteenth time The problems are due to the contract issue which is not Pramodaya’s fault. In fact Pramodaya wants bring back Malinga but it is the seniors who oppose it! I also not in agreement to change the captaincy from Kusal to Dasun but it also looks a board decision where Dasun gave away his colleagues for the greed of captaincy post. Parmodaya is on the right path but those whose interests are hurt because of the changes Pramodaya made are going on slinging mud at him. We know a lot of agents & managers are on the senior camp so no surprises they use the social media to disperse incorrect information on Pramodaya & SLC.