The third Test between India and Sri Lanka is being played in Delhi. On Sunday, in the match, there were some strange situations when the match had to be stopped due to poor air quality. In fact, Sri Lankan players complained of breathing problems due to pollution and stopped playing 4 times within 58 minutes.
During India’s innings, Lahiru was delivering 122th over, during this time, after throwing three balls, he looked a bit upset and the match stopped. Seeing the condition of the swing, Sri Lankan captain Dinesh Chandimal went to the umpires and complained of poor air quality. They wanted to go out of the ground.
The match stops for about 20 minutes during this period. However, after match referee David Boon spoke to the field umpire, the game started again. At the time of the match, Virat stood on the field. They also went to the umpire and talked to them. After this he lay down on the ground and began to relax.
Most of the Sri Lankan players were wearing a mask, but after this they were complaining about the pollution, while Virat looked very cool. He started exercising only on the field.
This is the first time in the history of 140 years of Test Cricket, when no international team played anti-pollution masks.