So, the England players and supporters, led by their captain, Alastair Cook, are bellyaching and whingeing about Senanayake running out Buttler at the non-striker’s end. Naturally, the crowd too joined in, and at the end of the game Cook appeared to say some nasty things to Matthews.

Chairman of selectors Sanath Jayasuriya yesterday said he had no grouse with a controversial run out that marred the decisive fifth and final one-day international between England and Sri Lanka at Edgbaston.

England captain Alastair Cook said Chris Jordan had bolstered his prospects of making a Test debut against Sri Lanka next week during the recent one-day series against the tourists.

Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke on Wednesday said he had no problem with a controversial run out rule that marred the fifth and final one-day international between England and Sri Lanka.

Former skipper Arjuna Ranatunga Wednesday said Sri Lanka was right to run out England's Jos Buttler, but felt he should have been recalled in the spirit of the game.

The Senior Citizens of the MCA will dust their boots, dry clean their old flannels and get their fitness levels up in preparation for the  Annual MCA Over -40  “Sixes” coming up on Sunday, 08th June at the MCA and D.S. Senanayake College grounds, commencing 8.30 am.

Sri Lanka outclassed England to a 3-2 Royal London Series victory beating the hosts by 6 wickets in a controversial decider played at Edgbaston on Tuesday night.

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews has defended the controversial run-out of England's Jos Buttler during his side's one-day international win at Edgbaston.

Videos - Highlights - 4th ODI, England v Sri Lanka, Lord's, 2014

Post Match Interviews - Angelo Mathews and Alastair Cook