Off spinner is reported for chucking:
SRI Lanka off-spinner Sachithra Senanayake has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action during the one-day international against England at Lord's last weekend.
Off spinner reacts:
The first series of England’s new era ended in acrimonious defeat, as Alastair Cook exchanged words with his opposing captain, Angelo Mathews, in the middle and then accused Sri Lanka of “crossing the line” for refusing to withdraw an appeal against Jos Buttler after he had been run out for stealing a yard at the non-striker’s end.
Okay, non sequitur. Sachithra Senanayake did not Mankad anyone the last time his action was questioned:
Suspicions had previously been raised about the legality of his action during a 2011 tour of England, with the Sri Lanka A team. Senanayake had then worked to remedy his action with Sri Lankan coaches, after which he underwent biomechanical testing in Perth. Those tests found his bowling to be within the legal limits.
Oh, and the Mankad? It wasn't Sri Lanka who crossed the line, it was Jos Buttler. Buttler is a goose.