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Sanath Jayasuriya's fake death reports leaves R Ashwin puzzled

The fake reports of former Sri Lankan cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya's demise even left Indian tweaker R Ashwin pizzled on Monday, who took to Twitter to verify the credibility of the claims.

New Sanath: Can Kusal Perera do what Jayasuriya did in World Cup 1996

Kusal Perera grew up idolising the Matara Marauder. Once, in his quest to resemble his hero, he even got hair shaved from his forehead. Sri Lanka will hope the 26-year-old does for them in 2019 what Jayasuriya did in 1996.

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Sanath Jayasuriya's past controversies: Angry tweet, sex tape and signing for two teams

The International Cricket Council on Tuesday handed a two-year-ban to Sri Lanka legend from all forms of cricket under the anti-corruption code. Here are all the times the World Cup-winning player was embroiled in controversies.

Sanath Jayasuriya banned from all cricketing activities for two years by ICC

Sanath Jayasuriya was handed the ban after he refused to co-operate with investigations surrounding corruption activities in Sri Lanka.

'Unfortunate' to be charged by anti-corruption unit despite providing all information: Sanath Jayasuriya

The ICC had said on Tuesday that Sanath Jayasuriya had admitted to obstructing an anti-corruption probe by "destroying" the phones which were sought as evidence by the ICC.

A legend singed

Charges against Sanath Jayasuriya bring another sobering moment for the game.

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Always conducted myself with integrity, says Sanath Jayasuriya after ICC charge

ICC, on Monday, charged Jayasuriya for violating the anti-corruption code which deals with non-cooperation in investigations

Sanath Jayasuriya in Sri Lanka fixing investigation net

ICC anti-corruption unit charges Sanath Jayasuriya of breaching code of conduct; reports say he hid SIM card, destroyed cell phone

Sanath Jayasuriya charged for breaching ICC's Anti Corruption Code

The charges relate to "failure or refusal to cooperate with" and "obstructing or delaying" any investigation carried out by the ACU.

In time of emergency, Sri Lankan cricketers make their voices heard

A slew of former Sri Lankan captains have come together on social media to condemn the ethnic violence between Sinhalese Buddhists and minority Muslims that has sent the country into a state of emergency for the first time since the Civil War.

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