The pollution issue continues to grow at Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in the series-deciding match between India and Sri Lanka. After the dramatic draw of the first Test match, India squad managed to thrash Islanders in the second match with an inning and 239 runs.
In the first inning of the third Test match, high voltage drama was witnessed at the Kotla ground when Sri Lankan players continue their complaining to the Umpires about the pollution. Due to all the drama, India skipper declared the inning just at the score of 536-7. But even in the second inning of the game when Sri Lanka players came to the field they were feeling uneasy and within the five overs, they again came to the filed wearing pollution mask.
When the Sri Lankan players were complaining that they were feeling uneasy. People were calling it drama. Even explosive Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan who scored 50 runs in the second inning of the game on day 4 questioned Islanders' approach and said that it cannot come in the way of going about their job
But now even Indian players are feeling uneasy and even vomiting on the ground. The Indian speedster Mohammed Shami after dismissing Sri Lanka opener Sadeera Samarawickrama stopped in the mid over to vomit. Even though Shami completed his over but after that, the on-field umpire thought it is not advisable for him to bowl in such poor lighting. Next day in the morning session Suranga Lakmal threw up twice.