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Sri Lankan bowler vomits in Delhi cricket match due to polluted air

Sri Lankan bowler vomits in Delhi cricket match due to polluted air

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A Sri Lankan player retched on the field and was escorted off the ground as intensely contaminated air kept on plagueing a universal cricket test coordinate in Delhi.



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Quick bowler Suranga Lakmal was seen multiplied over and regurgitating on Tuesday evening as levels of the most destructive contaminations drifted at around 300 in parts of the Indian capital – 12 times the World Health Organization safe point of confinement. 

Lakmal was one of the players to be severely influenced on Sunday when air contamination constrained a break in play in the test amongst India and Sri Lanka, the primary such interference in global cricket history. He and another bowler, Lahiru Gamage, were compelled to forsake blowing away obligations mid for a spell in the changing rooms where the mentor, Nic Pothas, said Lakmal was "ceaselessly spewing".

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