SLC Denies Claims Of Sri Lanka Team Getting Drunk During Important T20 World Cup 2024 Match

The T20 world cup 2024 has ended however latest news surrounding the much coveted Championship still keep coming. Recently a newspaper claimed that the Sri Lankan cricket team was busy getting drunk and partying at their team hotel along with the SLC officials before the South Africa match. SLC denies Sri Lanka partying before T20 World Cup 2024 match.

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Sri Lanka’s performance was very disappointing in the T20 World Cup season. They lost to South Africa and then Bangladesh pipped them in a low-scoring thriller. The team did gain a point after their match against Nepal got washed off, but they could not make it past the Group stage. Sri Lanka was placed in Group D.

SLC denies claims of partying before important match

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) issued a statement denouncing a news article published on July 7 in a weekend newspaper. The article alleged that Sri Lankan players and some officials had a drinking party before Sri Lanka’s T20 World Cup match against South Africa.

“SLC categorically and strongly refutes the contents of the article and confirms that no such incidents, as described, have occurred. Therefore, SLC states unequivocally that the news report is entirely false, fabricated, and baseless.”

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Sri Lanka struggled significantly in their match against South Africa in New York, getting bowled out for a mere 77 runs. The South African team dominated the game, achieving the target with ease and securing a comfortable victory with six wickets in hand. The lopsided result highlighted the challenges faced by the Sri Lankan side in that encounter.

SLC demands for a “right of reply” from the newspaper

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) asserted that the article aimed to tarnish the reputations of both the players and the officials associated with the board. The organization stated that the accusations were unfounded and damaging.

In response, SLC has requested a ‘Right of Reply’ to provide their perspective on the allegations and address the claims made in the article. This move is intended to present their side of the story and counter the negative implications made against the team and its officials.

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“We vehemently believe that such false reporting unfairly damages the reputation of Sri Lanka Cricket, its officials, and the players. In light of the said false allegations, Sri Lanka Cricket has requested that the respective newspaper publish a ‘Right of Reply’ to address and rectify the damage caused to Sri Lanka Cricket.” SLC was quoted.

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The T20 world cup 2024 has ended however latest news surrounding the much coveted Championship still keep coming. Recently a newspaper claimed that the Sri Lankan cricket team was busy getting drunk and partying at their team hotel along with the SLC officials before the South Africa match. SLC denies Sri Lanka partying before T20 World Cup 2024 match.

Sri Lanka’s performance was very disappointing in the T20 World Cup season. They lost to South Africa and then Bangladesh pipped them in a low-scoring thriller. The team did gain a point after their match against Nepal got washed off, but they could not make it past the Group stage. Sri Lanka was placed in Group D.

SLC denies claims of partying before important match

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) issued a statement denouncing a news article published on July 7 in a weekend newspaper. The article alleged that Sri Lankan players and some officials had a drinking party before Sri Lanka's T20 World Cup match against South Africa.

"SLC categorically and strongly refutes the contents of the article and confirms that no such incidents, as described, have occurred. Therefore, SLC states unequivocally that the news report is entirely false, fabricated, and baseless.”

Sri Lanka struggled significantly in their match against South Africa in New York, getting bowled out for a mere 77 runs. The South African team dominated the game, achieving the target with ease and securing a comfortable victory with six wickets in hand. The lopsided result highlighted the challenges faced by the Sri Lankan side in that encounter.

SLC demands for a “right of reply” from the newspaper

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) asserted that the article aimed to tarnish the reputations of both the players and the officials associated with the board. The organization stated that the accusations were unfounded and damaging.

In response, SLC has requested a 'Right of Reply' to provide their perspective on the allegations and address the claims made in the article. This move is intended to present their side of the story and counter the negative implications made against the team and its officials.

"We vehemently believe that such false reporting unfairly damages the reputation of Sri Lanka Cricket, its officials, and the players. In light of the said false allegations, Sri Lanka Cricket has requested that the respective newspaper publish a ‘Right of Reply’ to address and rectify the damage caused to Sri Lanka Cricket.” SLC was quoted.

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