Embarrassing after losing the series from Zimbabwe, the Sri Lankan Cricket told to strip off trousers of ground staff then sought apology

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The Sri Lankan Cricket Board has apologized for the mistreatment of ground staff. This incident is being criticized on social media. According to the BBC report, this incident took place on Monday. In the final match at the Hambantota Stadium, Sri Lanka had to face defeat by Zimbabwe. After that everything was shamed by what happened. Ground staff was told that they had to return the pants because they had a logo of Sri Lanka cricket on it. These employees are seen without pants in the viral photos on social media. According to the report of the Sri Lanka Sunday Times website, the ground staff who were asked to do this were 100 people working on the wage, who got 1000 rupees for Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium to work every day. According to the report, these people were not asked to make any arrangements. Also, these people did not bring extra pants together too. The Sri Lanka Cricket Board said in a statement that strict action will be taken against those responsible for this incident. The Board also apologized and promised to give compensation for this.
Zimbabwe cricket team defeated Sri Lanka by three wickets in the last and fifth international match of the series at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium on Monday, performing all-rounders. Along with this, Zimbabwe captured the series 3-2 in the series against the expectations. After winning the toss, Zimbabwe restricted the hosts to 203 for eight wickets in 50 overs and after that Hamilton Masakadza (73) made a successful target by losing seven wickets in 38.1 overs. Zimbabwe won the first series out of his home after 2009. Earlier, batting first, Sri Lanka could not start well and lost three wickets for 31 runs.

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