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Sri Lanka bowling coach Nuwan Zoysa charged with breaching ICC Anti-Corruption code


Sri Lanka bowling coach Nuwan Zoysa was on Wednesday provisionally suspended from his role in the national cricket team with immediate effect after the 40-year-old was charged under the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) anti-corruption code.

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The former international player has been charged with three counts of breaching the ICC anti-corruption code, which included “fixing or contriving” in an international match.

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He was also charged with encouraging and instigating players to influence a particular result in the game and also for failing to report any “approaches to engage in corrupt conduct.”

Making his debut in 1997, Zoysa, a fast bowler, went on to play 20 Test matches and over 90 One-Day internationals for the Sri Lanka cricket team. He is also among the only nine Lankan bowlers to have taken 100 or more ODI wickets.

The former fast bowler has been given two weeks time to reply on the charges.

It had certainly been a tough time for the Lankan nation, who has been thrown into a grave turmoil as the ICC keeps on probing the corruption allegations in the country.

Former captain and chief selector Sanath Jayasuriya was also charged with two counts of breaching the ICC’s anti-corruption code.

Meanwhile, Reuters reports, Sri Lankan Cricket’s (SLC) chief financial officer Wimal Nandika Dissanayake was kept in police custody for suspected financial cheats linked with awarding telecast rights to Sony TV.

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