Shaminda Eranga managed to grab just a single wicket during the 2nd Test against England © Getty Images
Shaminda Eranga managed to grab just a single wicket during the 2nd Test against England © Getty Images

Sri Lanka fast bowler Shaminda Eranga was reported with a suspect bowling action during the second Test against England that host won by 9-wickets on Monday. The match officials who handed over the match report to Sri Lanka management mentioned the concerns about legality of 29-year-old’s bowling action. Eranga will be under scrutiny under ICC process with regards to the suspect bowling action not only in Tests  but in ODIs and T20Is as well. The testing is expected to take place in 14 days and within this time frame Eranga can continue bowling in International cricket until the results come out. Full CRICKET SCORECARD: England vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test at Chester-le-street

Eranga was unlucky this time as he bagged no wickets in the 2nd Test while in the first he was fortunate to grab a wicket. England sealed the series after a win over Sri Lanka on 4th Day of 2nd Test at Durham by 9 wickets. Alastair Cook made sure there is no drama in the fourth innings and the hosts win the match quite comfortably. He completed his 48th half century and before that 10,000 Test runs. He becomes the quickest players in terms of days to achieve this feat. England have won this match which became quite one sided after Sri Lanka bundled out for 101 in first innings.  Sri Lanka bounced back in the second innings but that was not enough to put up a fight in the fourth innings and put England under pressure with their score of 475. ALSO READ: England win 2nd Test by 9 wickets, clinch series

But it looked like it a cake walk for England. James Anderson took his 450th wicket in Test when he picked up the wicket of Rangana Herath. This was a match dedicated to records as Alastair Cook reached 10,000 Test runs and Herath took 300 wickets.