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Indian fans accuse Sri Lanka of using smog to disrupt momentum

By Reuters
07 December 2017   |   7:40 am
Angry Indian fans on Monday (December 4) accused Sri Lanka of using Delhi smog as an excuse to disrupt the hosts' momentum in the final test of the three-match series which has largely been a one-sided contest.

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