Kumar Sangakkara hit with fine after 'showing dissent at umpire's decision' during win against England 

Kumar Sangakkara has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee from Sri Lanka's win over England on Saturday.

The International Cricket Council has announced the penalty as a result on Sangakkara 'showing dissent at an umpire's decision'.

The disagreement came at the start of 34th over when the veteran batsman disputed umpire Bruce Oxenford's decision not to sanction a batting power play, with a further exchange two balls later. 

Kumar Sangakkara was not happy with umpire Bruce Oxenford's decision not to sanction a batting power play

Kumar Sangakkara was not happy with umpire Bruce Oxenford's decision not to sanction a batting power play

Sangakkara scored a stunning century on Saturday as Sri Lanka wrapped up the series
Sangakkara scored a stunning century on Saturday as Sri Lanka wrapped up the series

Sangakkara scored a stunning century on Saturday as Sri Lanka wrapped up the series 

England's sixth game against Sri Lanka was supposed to be a chance to set up a decider in Colombo on Tuesday.

However they fell to series defeat as Sri Lanka made it 4-2.

  

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