Sri Lanka’s gifted all-rounder Wanindu Hasaranga was not allowed to play in England’s home one-hundred-ball cricket competitors The Hundred. The Sri Lanka Cricket Board didn’t give him a No Objection Letter (NOC).
Hasaranga has withdrawn his title from the Manchester Originals workforce for not getting permission. He signed a contract for 1 million kilos. His alternative is Tristan Stubbs of South Africa.
The Manchester membership is dealing with the Northern Superchargers at Emirates Floor on Friday on this collection of Hundred. Earlier than that, the workforce received the information of not getting Hasaranga. It stays to be seen whether or not the workforce will retain him subsequent yr.
It’s believed that with the upcoming Asia Cup and T20 World Cup forward, Sri Lankan cricket needs to get Hasaranga with a powerful mentality. That’s the reason no objection letter was not given to him.
Shedding this legspinner may very well be an enormous blow for Manchester. Within the final IPL, this Lankan star was the second finest bowler of the competitors with 26 wickets in 16 matches for Royal Challengers Bangalore.