Sri Lanka’s great fast bowler Lasith Malinga has retired from all forms of cricket on Tuesday.
Sri Lankan great fast bowler Lasith Malinga has retired from all forms of cricket on Tuesday. Sri Lanka’s 2014 T20 World Cup winning captain Malinga has announced his retirement from T20 Internationals, announcing his retirement from all formats of the game. Malinga announced his decision through his social media account.Also Read – ICC T20 World Cup: Shakib Al Hasan said – Bangladeshi team will go to win the World Cup for the first time
Malinga tweeted, “Taking off my T20 shoes and retiring from all forms of cricket! Thank you to everyone who has supported me in my journey and I look forward to sharing my experience with young cricketers in the years to come.” Also Read – ICC T20 World Cup: Sri Lanka announces T20 World Cup squad; Dasun Shanka will be the captain
Hanging up my #T20 shoes and #retiring from all forms of cricket! Thankful to all those who supported me in my journey, and looking forward to sharing my experience with young cricketers in the years to come.https://t.co/JgGWhETRwm #LasithMalinga #ninety9
— Lasith Malinga (@ninety9sl) September 14, 2021
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Malinga, who made his international debut for Sri Lanka in 2004, during his illustrious career, has taken 4 wickets in 4 balls twice in international cricket, taking the most wickets in T20 Internationals with 107 wickets.
Malinga is the only bowler in the world to take five international hat-tricks. Along with this, he has also taken the most wickets in the Indian Premier League.