Sri Lanka pace-man Shaminda Eranga has been reported for a suspect bowling action after the second Test against England.
Match officials cited concerns about the legality of the Eranga's action during the second Test completed on Monday at Chester-le-Street.
This is the first time Eranga's action is being called into question. He can continue bowling in international cricket, but is required to undergo testing within 14 days.
If his bowling action is found to be illegal he will be barred from bowling in international cricket till he remodels his action.
The Chester-le-Street Test was umpired by Aleem Dar and S Ravi, with Andy Pycroft as match referee.