Chameera out of second ODI with quadriceps injury

Dushmantha Chameera will miss Sri Lanka's second ODI against Afghanistan, with Asitha Fernando drafted into the squad as his replacement. Chameera had limped off halfway through his eighth over during Sri Lanka's 42-run triumph in the main ODI. He had gotten two wickets at that point yet couldn't go on after that. It has now been affirmed that he harmed his left quadriceps. It is perceived the injury isn't connected with any of his past wounds; last year he had missed a piece of Sri Lanka's games with a torn pectoral muscle, and preceding that he had gone through a medical procedure for a lower leg injury. The degree of the ongoing injury is obscure. The 32-year-old quick bowler went through an output following Friday's down, the consequences of which have been shipped off an expert in the UK for counsel. "He's inclination better now, yet we won't be aware without a doubt the specific idea of his physical issue until we hear back from the trained professional," Sri Lanka's group director Mahinda Halangoda told ESPNcricinfo. Fernando, his substitution in the crew, last played an ODI in November 2022, additionally against Afghanistan. He has played five ODIs altogether, getting the lone wicket. In any case, he has dazzled in Tests, most as of late against Afghanistan when he got six wickets in the match to help Sri Lanka en route to triumph.