Akila Dananjaya claimed six scalps and picked up widespread tributes as Sri Lanka hammered South Africa by 178 runs in the final one-day international
Chandimal was banned by the ICC along with coach Chandika Hathurusingha and manager Asanka Gurusinha for refusing to take to the field for two hours
South Africa already had the series sealed by winning the first three one-day games on this tour.
The 28-year-old became only the third South African batsman to register a hundred in his first ODI.
Chasing 245, the visitors rode on a 91-run partnership between de Kock and Amla, who scored 43, to achieve their target with 7 overs to spare
Sri Lanka's innings lasted just 34.3 overs but batsman Kusal Perera hit a gritty 81 to lift the hosts from a precarious 36-5.
Mathews has been troubled by recurring injuries since being brought back as one-day captain in January and had to sit out some matches
Police said Gunathilaka was not an accused, but a cricket board hearing found him guilty of breaching team discipline
Gunathilaka was quizzed by police about an incident at the weekend when his friend Selliah was accused of raping one of two Norwegian women
Vaughan disappointed with batsmen friendly cricket
Amir to undergo follow-up checkups
Mohammad Amir, Asif Ali, Wahab Riaz make the cut in Pakistan's final World Cup squad
Imad Wasim believes Pakistan have learnt a lot from England series
Babar Azam is the next star for me: Nasser Hussain
Arthur insists his side would benefit from England series defeat
Asif Ali to play in World Cup despite death of his daughter
Sarfaraz breaks his batting shackles
Pollard and DJ Bravo added as World Cup reserves
Moin wants Pakistan to be confident ahead of WC