Suranga Lakmal the Sri Lankan pacer is decided to retire from international after the completion of upcoming India tour. In the end of this month Sri Lanka and India will play Test series which will be the last international matches for Lakmal.
The 34 year old medium fast bowler is known for his fiery bowling. Suranga Lakmal made his international debut in the year 2009 against India.
ICC announced Suranga Akmal retirement news
ICC announced that Suranga Lakmal will retire from all three forms of cricket following the Test series against India.
The ICC has announced that Suranga Lakmal will retire from cricket after the series against India. Lakmal made his Test debut for Sri Lanka back in 2010. He debuted against India and will retire from international cricket after playing against India.
Suranga Lakmal has expressed gratitude to Sri Lanka Cricket.
‘I am grateful to Sri Lanka Cricket for giving me the opportunity to trust and respect the motherland. Also, Sri Lankan cricket has contributed significantly to my career as well as my personal development.
Career Stats of Suranga Lakmal
After the Test series against India, Sri Lanka’s star bowler Suranga Lakmal will retire from cricket. Suranga Lakmal played the game in all three formats for Sri Lanka. Suranga Lakmal won many matches for the team on his own.
Lakmal made his ODI debut against India in 2009. He has played 68 Tests so far, and has taken 168 wickets. He took five wickets in an innings four times. He has also taken 109 wickets in 86 ODIs.
In 11 T20s, Lakmal took only 8 wickets. In 2 tests, Lakmal took 8 wickets, and in 11 ODIs, he took 9.