Sky found that out of the 30 deliveries that Sandakan bowled during the day in his five-over spell in the morning, 12 were no-balls.
"Maybe he could tell him in his ear."
The hosts lost nine wickets for just 67 to get bowled out for 240.
With the pitch already turning significantly, it will be once again a tall ask for Sri Lanka batting second.
Even the head coaches and managers stepped onto the field to discuss the matter with the umpires.
The Lankan bowling coach remarked that Sandakan was unable to gather enough confidence to dish out the wrong urns.
While Sri Lankan bowling did manage to get wickets at the end of the day, they were trolled for a major part of the innings
Cheteshwar Pujara and Ravindra Jadeja -- who played in the last round match against Gujarat that ended yesterday -- opted to rest today.
He believes India’s Kuldeep Yadav and Sri Lanka’s Lakshan Sandakan are very similar when it comes to their style of bowling.
Sri Lanka failed to win a series this year other than the one-off Test match against Zimbabwe.