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Don’t jump the gun with Kusal: Mahela

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Former Sri Lankan cricket captain Mahela Jayawardena said today that everyone should remain positive and should not make early-statements about the result on the random drug test done on Kusal Janith Perera.

Kusal was recalled by the SLC yesterday from New Zealand after a sample he provided for a random drug test during the recent Pakistani tour had been positive for a banned substance.

Mahela in a tweet said we should not jump the gun with Kusal.

“Let’s not jump the gun with Kusal. We have to wait for the B test and even after that for the explanation how it happened,” the tweet said.

  Comments - 7

  • E.G.S Ekanayaka Monday, 14 December 2015 02:09 PM

    Well said Mahela Sir... We want Kusal for our team to Face the world cup strongly..wish u all the best Kusal..

    E.G.Sepala Ekanayaka Monday, 14 December 2015 02:12 PM

    well said Mahela sir...we want kusal perera to face the world cup strongly..wish him all the best..

    lkboy Tuesday, 08 December 2015 06:13 PM

    Will kusal be able to play next years T20 world cup?

    Cobra Tuesday, 08 December 2015 06:43 PM

    We are with you Mahela and with Kusal!

    Rahul withanage Wednesday, 09 December 2015 06:19 AM

    What a stupid damaging process ,. Why cannot ICC conducts complete examination. And then release the final result to the media , rather than doing reputational damage to cricketers ,

    Bala Tuesday, 08 December 2015 02:47 PM

    Yes uite a number of random tests are affected by cough syrup, painkillers and other medicines takn unknowingly of what they contain. May be the next test will reveal all.

    aja Tuesday, 08 December 2015 02:48 PM

    Well said Mahela


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