Sri Lankan right-handed batsman Chamara Silva has been banned for two years from all cricket related activities in the domestic and international circuit.
Sri Lanka Cricket board found Chamara Silva guilty of breaking the spirit of the game which was probed for alleged match-fixing.
A seven-month-long inquiry held by Sri Lanka Cricket brought the decision into the light. This incident took place in a domestic match on the third day of the Panadura Cricket Club versus Kalutara Physical Cultural Club match earlier this year.
In that match, 24 wickets have been fall on the third day of the four-day match, after that Sri Lanka Cricket Board start investigations.
Chamara Silva was captaining the Panadura Cricket Club and now banned for two years from playing, coaching and even administering. Silva has played 11 Test matches and 75 one-day international matches for Sri Lanka.
The complaint of alleged match-fixing was lodged by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority, which was under Sri Lanka’s World Cup captain Arjuna Ranatunga.