Sri Lankan players, who left the third Test in 58 minutes on Sunday, after making excuses for air-pollution, also went to fielding masks on Tuesday. However, before the arrival in the ground, match referee David Boon and DDCA, when they got their medical examination done were found exactly fit. Prof. Dr. Amarpal Bhalla, Professor of Anesthesia Pen and Critical Care Medicine Department of AIIMS, has submitted reports of fit to the match referee. The next action will do the same.
Pulse rate of Sri Lankan players perfect
Dr. Bhalla said that the pulse rates of Sri Lankan players were found between 70 to 80 and the lungs rate was found between 90 to 100. It is considered a person’s certificate of being the most fit.
They also told the players that the masks you are wearing are light-weighted and cannot save air pollution. It is better that you go in a green area and take a deep breath. Sri Lankan players did not listen to their advice and wear a mask and go to fielding.
Dr. Bhalla said that the most impact of the pollution should be on batsmen because they runs more than the fielder. The baller also runs, but he gets rest after a spell.
What happened on Monday?
On the fourth day of the Ferozeshah Kotla Test, Sri Lankan players wear masks and field for fielding.
During the bowling, Suranga Lakmal started having vomiting. After that Sri Lankan team went to pursue the target of 410 runs when Indian bowler Mohammed Shami also appeared to be vomiting. However, his reason was a fly into the throat.
What happened on Sunday?
On Sunday, seven players from the Sri Lankan team, under pressure, came out wearing a mask after lunch break. Because of its different players, the game had to stop four times in the next 58 minutes. For this reason, 26 minutes could not be played.
In the 128th over, Sri Lankan skipper Dinesh Chandimal pointed out the game to stop the umpire and said that he had only 10 players on the field. In this drama of Sri Lanka, Indian captain Virat Kohli appeared very skeptical and he announced an end to an innings in anger.