SL vs AFG: Monitor lizard entered the field during LIVE match, players and umpire ran away in fear

SL vs AFG: The only test match is being played between Sri Lanka and Afghanistan at the Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo. Host Sri Lanka has strengthened its hold in the match. Meanwhile, during the live match, a scene was seen which shocked everyone.

came to live match Monitor Lizard (SL vs AFG,


On the second day of the Test match being played between Sri Lanka and Afghanistan, a monitor lizard entered the field. After which the match had to be stopped for some time. Actually, the fielders fielding on the boundary got quite nervous after seeing the monitor lizard.

The lizard was seen crossing the boundary line in the 47th over of Sri Lanka’s innings. In fact, all the players including the umpire were quite surprised to see such a big lizard entering the field. During the 47th over, Nijat Masood was bowling to Sri Lanka’s senior batsman Angelo Mathews. Meanwhile, the match had to be stopped for some time due to fielders standing near the boundary.

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After this, with the help of the ground staff, the lizard was taken out of the field and the match was restarted. Actually, this is not the first time when the match has been stopped in this way. Earlier, the match had to be stopped after snakes entered the field.

Sri Lanka came close to victory (SL vs AFG,


Talking about the match, Afghanistan had scored 198/10 while playing first with the help of Rahmat Shah’s 91 runs. For Sri Lanka, Vishwa Fernando took maximum 4 wickets while Asitha Fernando and Prabhat Jayasuriya also took 3 wickets each.

In reply, Sri Lanka scored 439 runs in the first innings with the help of Angelo Mathews’ 141 runs and Dinesh Chandimal’s 107 runs and took a lead of 241 runs.

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