After declaring SL sold 2011 World Cup final to India, Lankan minister says it’s his suspicion

In the wake of stating that the 2011 World Cup last was “sold” by “specific gatherings” in Sri Lanka to India, the island country’s previous games serve Mahindananda Aluthgamage has now considered his case a “doubt” that he needs to be examined.

The Lankan government has requested an enquiry into the issue and a unique Police examination unit recorded Aluthgamage’s announcement on Wednesday. He told the group that he was just dubious of fixing.

“I need my doubt examined,” Aluthgamage told correspondents.

“I provided for the Police, a duplicate of the protest I held up with the International Cricket Council (ICC) on 30 October 2011 seeing the said charge as then Sports Minister,” he said.

Aluthgamage has affirmed that his nation “offered” the game to India, a case that was scorned by previous chiefs Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene who requested proof from him.

Set an objective of 275, India secured the trophy on account of the splendor of Gautam Gambhir (97) and afterward captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (91).

“Today I am revealing to you that we sold the 2011 world cup, I said this when I was the games serve,” Aluthgamage, who was the games serve at that point, had expressed.

Sangakkara, the commander of Sri Lanka around then, approached him to create proof for an enemy of defilement test.

“He needs to take his ‘proof’ to the ICC and the Anti-debasement and Security Unit so the cases can be explored altogether,” he tweeted.

Jayawardene, additionally a previous commander who scored a hundred in that game, scorned the charge.

“Is the decisions around the corner…like the carnival has started…names and proof?” he asked in a tweet.

Aluthgamage said that as he would see it no players were engaged with fixing the outcome, “however certain gatherings were.”

Both Aluthgamage and the then President Mahinda Rajapaksa were among the invitees at the last played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

Following his charges, Aravinda de Silva, the previous extraordinary who was the then administrator of selectors, has encouraged the BCCI to direct its own examination.

De Silva has said he is eager to head out to India to participate in such an examination notwithstanding the current COVID-19 danger.

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