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Hypocrisy : When Sri Lanka’s Suraj Randiv Murder ‘Sportsman Spirit’ and Now Sangakkara is Preaching What is Right and Wrong | 2YODOINDIA

Hypocrisy : When Sri Lanka’s Suraj Randiv Murder ‘Sportsman Spirit’ and Now Sangakkara is Preaching What is Right and Wrong

Rohit Sharma’s decision to withdraw the runout appeal against Sri Lanka captain Dashun Shanaka in the first ODI in Guwahati, which allow him to score a well-deserve hundred, is being hail all over.

The Indian captain Rohit Sharma push his own bowler Mohammed Shami under the bus as he distance himself from the runout attempt saying he didn’t want to dismiss his Sri Lankan captain, who was batting on 98, in that manner

From Sanath Jayasuriya to Angelo Matthews, many high-profile Sri Lankan cricketers have laud Rohit’s move and congratulate him for upholding the sportsman spirit.

While Sri Lanka’s Ex Captain Kumar Sangakara was literally the captain when Suraj Randiv bowled a No ball on purpose to deny Virender Sehwag a century and now he is preaching what is right and wrong thing to do.

After all this, an old video is being widely circulate on the social site of a Sri Lankan bowler who pretty much murder the sportsman spirit just to deny former India opener and captain Virender Sehwag a well-deserve hundred.

This famous incident took place during a triangular series back in 2010 between India, Sri Lanka and New Zealand.

With just one run need to win the match, India already had one hand over the line.

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But, Virender Sehwag was also one run short of his three-figure mark.

Virender Sehwag was on strike.

Virender Sehwag smash the ball over the long-off fence for a maximum over and raise his arms in the air, thinking he had complete his hundred.

But, his celebration was short-lived as he fail to notice that the umpire had signal a front-foot no-ball which made Virender Sehwag’s six futile.

Sri Lankan spinner Suraj Randiv bowled a deliberate no-ball.

Suraj Randiv had no intention of keeping his front foot behind the popping crease and he overstep by a huge margin just to keep the Indian opener stranded on 99 runs.

As per reports, Suraj Randiv’s senior teammate Tillakaratne Dilshan encourage the spinner to bowl the deliberate no-ball to stop Sehwag from reaching the milestone.

This incident brought huge embarrassment to the whole Sri Lankan team.

After the backlash from Indian fans, the spinner was ban for one match while Tillakaratne Dilshan was slap with a fine for his alleged involvement in the incident.

Suraj Randiv later went to Virender Sehwag’s room and apologise for his deliberate no-ball to deny him what would have a well-deserve century.

The last night’s in the first ODI in Guwahati incident has rekindled the old memories.

Sri Lankans resort to unfair play in order to deny the Indian batter a well-deserve hundred, Rohit Sharma gave his Sri Lankan counterpart a second chance of reaching his century by withdrawing the runout appeal which was totally legal.

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