Left-handed batter Kamil Mishara didn’t get to play a single match on Sri Lanka’s ongoing tour of Bangladesh.
Kamil Mishara of Sri Lanka. Courtesy: Sri Lanka Cricket
- Mishara didn’t get to play a single Test on the Bangladesh tour
- The SLC released a statement to share the update on Mishara
- The second Test in Mirpur is currently underway
Sri Lanka Cricket, on Tuesday, May 24, called back left-handed batter Kamil Mishara from the ongoing tour of Bangladesh after he allegedly breached SLC’s Code of Conduct. The country’s cricket board is yet to reveal the nature of breach.
The SLC released a statement to share the update on the 21-year-old Mishara.
“Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has decided to recall Kamil Mishara from Bangladesh for his alleged breach of rules [(clause no 1 (j)] governing the player’s conduct/behaviour as depicted in his Tour Contract
“Accordingly, Mishara, who is a part of the 18-member squad taking part in the ongoing Sri Lanka vs. Bangladesh Series, will be immediately flown back to Sri Lanka,” the statement read.
“Upon his return, Sri Lanka Cricket will conduct a full inquiry into the ‘violations’ and upon the outcome of the inquiry, further actions would be determined on the player,” the statement added.
Mishara was earlier picked to play in the two-match Test series against Bangladesh, led by Mominul Haque Showrabh. He didn’t play in the opening Test at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram.
To his dismay, he didn’t get to play in the second Test match either, at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.
At Stumps on Day 2 of the second Test, Sri Lanka trailed by 222 runs with nine wickets left in their first innings. Earlier, Mushfiqur Rahim and Liton Das scored centuries and helped the Tigers score 365. Even as Kasun Rajitha picked up a five-wicket haul, Asitha Fernando accounted for four scalps.