PALLEKELE - A breaking news in a Pakistani TV channel about Sri Lankan top batsman Dilshan tested positive to dope test carried out during WC matches created ripples here and even host Jayawardene had to respond to a query on the issue here on Wednesday. During a media briefing held here the vice captain was asked by a visiting TV journalist about Dilshan and his dope test. He expressed his ignorance on the matter but said urine samples of two Lankan players Mendis and Silva were taken but he was not aware of anything about Dilshan. There was buzz in the air when the media centre opened here and reporters started making queries about Dilshan. The Pakistani journalist, who had supposedly broken the news back home, told his colleagues that he had taken the news from a Sinhala newspaper. Collecting urine samples at random for dope test is common. After Pakistan/New Zealand match, urine samples of Younus Khan and Ahmed Shahzad were taken for dope test, informed Pakistan team manager Intikhab Alam when queries were made by the visiting Pakistani media.