Previous Sri Lankan bowler Nuwan Zoysa (Source: Google Images)
Previous Sri Lankan quick bowler and mentor Nuwan Zoysa has been seen as liable of attempting to fix matches and not revealing it to ICC for which he is presently restricted from a wide range of cricket for quite some time.
As indicated by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the prohibition on 42 years of age bowler Zoysa will be antedated from 31 October 2018 when he was briefly suspended interestingly.
As indicated by the ICC hostile to defilement code he is seen as blameworthy of penetrating three sets of accepted rules. These are
Article 2.1.1 “for being involved with an arrangement or work to fix or imagine or in any case impact inappropriately the outcome, progress, direct or other aspect(s) of a match.”
Article 2.1.4, “straightforwardly or by implication requesting, prompting, alluring, training, convincing, empowering or deliberately working with any Participant to break Code Article 2.1.
Article 2.4.4 “neglecting to unveil to the ACU full subtleties of any methodologies or solicitations got to participate in degenerate direct under the Code.
On Nuwan Zoysa boycott, Alex Marshall, head supervisor of the ICC’s Integrity Unit in an official statement said,
“In his job as a public mentor, he ought to have gone about as a good example. All things considered, he became engaged with a defiler and endeavored to ruin others. Devising to fix a game double-crosses the premise of donning standards. It won’t go on without serious consequences in our game.”
42-year-old Zoysa has played 30 Tests and 95 ODIs for Sri Lanka. He was charged in 2018 for his inclusion in degenerate exercises as bowling trainer of the Sri Lankan group during the T10 competition held in UAE in 2017.