A picture spread during Afghanistan during the match at the Sheikh Zayed International Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi against Afghanistan. Kumar Sangakkara is speaking very angry with head coach Chandika Hathurusingh and batting coach Thilan Samaraweera in front of the dressing room. Sri Lanka’s legendary batsman is not one of the coaching staff. However, he did not like Sri Lanka’s XI against Afghanistan. Why did the innings open with Kushal Mendis, that was his question that was his question. Sangakkara said Mendis would have been very balanced on the batting lineup of Sri Lanka when he was batting to number four. Chandika Hathurasinghe took the role of Sri Lanka in his country after leaving the coaching role of the Bangladesh team. It is January this year. After taking responsibility, he has changed the entire team. Many have brought changes. But it can be seen from the 9 months of the year that Sri Lanka Cricket is at the bottom of its own history in the history of cricket. A statistic is the biggest proof behind this statement. That is, Sri Lanka has won just six of the last 27 ODIs. Ratio is only 0.333 percent. They have won just 10 out of 41 ODIs since January 2010. Sri Lanka’s most gracious situation has emerged in the current Asia Cup. In the first match of the group stage, Lasith Malinga’s bowling against Bangladesh was a good start to the Sri Lankans. But they lost to Mushfiq and Mithun’s bats. In reply to Bangladesh’s 262 runs, Hathurusingh’s disciples got bowled out for just 124 in front of Mashrafe’s bowling. A huge gap of 137 runs forced the rate to be ruled out. And the first to leave was the tournament from the tournament. Chandaika Hathurasinghe took office after taking responsibility, most of the house in the field. They won the Test, ODI and T20 series against South Africa. But in the T20 format of the home ground at the Nihadas Trophy, they lost 3 out of 4 matches. Hathru could not have been able to prepare the team for the challenge, but it was a big proof that Asia Cup is a big proof.