Has been shut down Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews for two ODIs were fined colleagues 40% of the match fee for their slow over rate in the final match of the tri series against India in Port of Spain.
Referee handed David Bonn comment after the finding of Sri Lanka three overs short of their goal at the end of the game, after time allowances were taken into consideration. Matthews accepted the comments which avoided a formal meeting.
And according to the law of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Code of Conduct, the commander receives two points comment and his colleagues will be fined 10% of their match fees for each of the first two overs short and 20% on each subsequent they fail in a bowl in the text of the time. Two review comments equivalent of one test or two ODIs.
Comment means Matthews miss the first two of five ODIs against South Africa on July 20 and 23 in Colombo.
David Bonn, impose the rule of the game after finding comment on Sri Lanka to be three overs short of their goal at the end of the match when time allowances were taken into consideration.
Matthews pleaded guilty to the crime and accepted the proposed punishment.
As such, Matthews has been suspended for the first two ODI against South Africa to be played on 20 and 23 July at the R.Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.
Put the charge by the referees in the field Nigel Llong and Peter Nero, the third rule of Joel Wilson and fourth Nigel Duguid rule.