Dinesh Chandimal leaves Chattogram Test for 'family medical emergency'

Sri Lanka batter Dinesh Chandimal left Chattogram for Colombo on Tuesday, day four of the ongoing Test, for a "family medical emergency". Chandimal was at that point excused in Sri Lanka's second innings on day three. Sri Lanka will get on a substitute defender his spot in the fourth innings of the game. "The player will get back right away. Sri Lanka Cricket, his colleagues, and the training staff completely support Dinesh Chandimal during this snapshot of need and solicitation that the public regard his and his family's security," an assertion put out by the SLC said. On the fourth morning, Sri Lanka were responsible for the Test in spite of losing six wickets rapidly on the third night, their lead in sight of 500 subsequent to having taken a 353-run first innings lead. Chandimal had been gotten behind for 9 in this innings. In the main innings, he was one of six hitters to make 50 years as the guests heaped on 531 runs. Sri Lanka lead the two-match series 1-0 after a major win in Sylhet. The continuous Test is Sri Lanka's keep going game on this visit through Bangladesh.