He was found in the stands, watching the game alongside another previous Sri Lanka captain Aravinda de Silva. The ICC has observed the equivalent and will guarantee that he doesn't go anyplace close to the players or the authorities.
Claire Ferguson, ICC General Manager, Strategic Communications, stated: "He is prohibited from any authority cricketing movement, which does exclude going to diversions as a fan. In any case, we are ensuring that he doesn't gain admittance to any parlor or any group territory, authorities, players or the players' families and agents. Clearly, there are as of now measures set up to shield this, yet we are ensuring he doesn't get any passes or welcomes."
Jayasuriya was in February prohibited from all cricket-related exercises for a long time after he confessed to breaking Articles 2.4.6 and 2.4.7 of the ICC's Anti-Corruption Code. (Likewise READ: Banned by ICC, Sanath Jayasuriya watches India-Sri Lanka coordinate from the stands at Headingley)