SL vs AUS, 1st Test: Big accident after Australian team’s entry into the stadium, ambulance arrived, match stopped

Major accident in Galle Test, roof of a stand collapsed

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The first match of the three-Test series is being played between Sri Lanka and Australia at the Galle International Stadium. Due to heavy rain and strong winds, the roof of the temporary stand built in the stadium fell down.

The first Test match is being played between Sri Lanka and Australia in Galle International Stadium, in which the performance of the hosts was mediocre in the first innings but something happened on the second day of the game due to which the game did not start.

In fact, with the entry of the Australian team in Galle, the roof of the temporary stand built in the stadium fell down. The weather in Galle is bad and it is raining with strong winds, due to which this accident happened.

Whether any fan has been hurt in the accident in Galle or not has not been reported yet. However, an ambulance had also reached the ground. Let us tell you that continuous rain is going on in Galle and till the time of writing the news, the second day’s play had not started.

Batting first in Galle, Sri Lanka scored 212 runs in the first innings. Wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella batted at number seven and scored 58 runs. Angelo Mathews scored 39 runs.

For Australia, off-spinner Nathan Lyon took 5 wickets for 90 runs. Mitchell Swepson also took 3 wickets. Starc and Cummins got 1-1 wickets. Australia lost three wickets in the first innings. Steve Smith was run out on 6. Labuschagne could also score 13 runs. Warner’s innings ended on 25 runs.

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