Sri Lanka to complain to ICC over no?ball mistake that let off Alex Hales

• Hales bowled by Nuwan Pradeep but Rod Tucker called no ball
• Sri Lanka angry after replays showed the delivery was legal

Sri Lanka will lodge an official complaint to the International Cricket Council over the incorrectly called no-ball that led to Alex Hales being reprieved on the fourth day at Lord’s, with the team briefly unfurling their national flag over the pavilion balcony in protest.

The incident occurred during the 46th over of England’s second innings when Hales, on 58, was bowled by a delivery from Nuwan Pradeep that kept low. The umpire Rod Tucker, at the Pavilion End, had already deemed the seamer to have overstepped, however, and the dismissal was scrubbed off.

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