Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan Test halted after massive 'Monitor Lizard' invades stadium; Watch Video
The SLvsAFG Day 2 was halted for some time after a monitor lizard entered the Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo.-
Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan lone Test was halted on Saturday when an uninvited guest invaded Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo. The SLvsAFG Day 2 was halted for some time after a monitor lizard entered the ground. The monitor lizard was spotted near the boundary line at first and therefore the play was not stopped. However, the monitor lizard soon crossed the boundary line and the umpires were forces to halt the play until the creature was rescued from the boundary line. Now, SLvsAFG monitor lizard video has gone viral on social media and it is garnering multiple reactions.
A user wrote, "Only happens in Sri Lanka"
Another user wrote, "New guest on the field please welcome"
"Wow something cute" wrote another user.
AFG vs SL 1st Test
The lone Test match between Sri Lanka and Afghanistan is turning out to be a disaster for the visitors. Afghanistan were bundled on 198 runs in the first innings. In reply, Sri Lanka has been in a commanding position at 402/5. The hosts are leading with 204 runs (while writing). Talking about the scorecard, allrounder Angelo Mathews is playing at 138, while Dinesh Chandimal was dismissed on 107. Before Mathews and Chandimal, Dimuth Karunaratne smashed 77 runs in 72 balls with the help of 12 boundaries.