Third Test cricket between India And Sri Lanka gets choked by Smog

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Sri Lanka cricket players wear masks in an attempt to protect themselves from air pollution as Indian captain Virat Kohli (2L) and teammate R. Ashwin look on during the second day of the third Test cricket match between India and Sri Lanka at the Feroz Shah Kotla Cricket Stadium in New Delhi on December 3, 2017. Many of Sri Lanka's fielders wore pollution masks to counter a thick smog as play was briefly halted on day two of the third Test against India in New Delhi on December 3. / AFP PHOTO / SAJJAD HUSSAIN / ----IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE----- / GETTYOUT

Smog spoils Test Match , between India and Sri Lanka.

 Smog spoils Test Match
Smog spoils Test Match

Delhi has been covered in smog for two months now. And right when we thought things are getting better,  Smog spoils Test Match.

According to the reports, Sri Lankan players have asked the empires to put the matches at hault . The players complained that they won’t play during these conditions.Now the smog has hit the third test, between India and Sri Lanka. During day 2 of the 3rd Test at the Feroz Shah Kotla in New Delhi, a number of Sri Lankan players were spotted wearing pollution masks.

Smog spoils Test Match

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Even though the match is still on, the empire and the referee are consulting their concerned doctors.

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Play halted for around 10-12 minutes when Lahiru Gamage was seen feeling uncomfortable due to smog.

Sri Lankan captain was also seen having a deep conversation with the on-field empire but after some time, eventually, the play resumed.

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India has declared the innings at 536/7. Smog spoils Test Match.

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The city’s air quality gets worsened as the cool air sets and the smog merges with it.

Delhi has witnessed a  drop in temperature due to the onset of the winter season, but unfortunately, the city’s air pollution levels continue to rise.

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