Here's why Indian fan was kicked out of the stadium



While all cricket matches were deferred or dropped because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a genuine cricket fan from England who had gone to Sri Lanka for the arrangement 10 months prior, proceeded with his visit at the nation in order to watch his group play. 

In any case, Rob Lewis' story didn't have a cheerful completion as he was kicked out of the Galle International Stadium by the police before a ball had been bowled in the main Test. As indicated by Sportskeeda, Lewis was given limited admittance to the defenses of the Galle Fort without any observers inside the arena for security reasons. In any case, he was requested off soon after the public songs of devotion were played and even the flags he had put were eliminated. 

Concerning the conflict, England turned over Sri Lanka in the primary innings. Britain chief Joe Root struck his 50th test fifty to place them in a solid position. An outstanding 110-run cooperation by Jonny Bairstow and Root put England to 127-2 at stumps on Thursday. 

Regardless of winning the throw and choosing for bat, the hosts lost ten wickets for only 135 runs in the main innings. Stuart Broad and Dom Bess featured for England with the last getting his second-historically speaking five-for in Test cricket.

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