Herath Retirement’s From Limited-Overs Cricket

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Sunday, April 17th, 2016 | 0

Herath Retirement’s From Limited-Overs Cricket

Rangana Herath has announced retirement from one-day internationals and Twenty-20 Cricket. Pay more attention to the Test career, the one of the experienced of Sri Lanka’s spinner say goodbye to limited-overs cricket.

Last week, Herath said to the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) the decision to step down from the shorter format of the game. Sri Lankan Board respects his decision as well. Now quitting one-day cricket by the 38-year-old left-arm Sri Lankan spinner.

At the last few years Herath is playing for Sri Lanka with the both knee injury. He was a regular face in the majority matches of limited-overs cricket and played an important role in the global tournament as well.

Herath opinion in the context of retirement, “Over the next eight months or at least 12 Tests is scheduled. I think it’s a right step to retire in the format. Because, it will be able to create their own young players for the next World Cup. I myself, as well as to reduce the pressure will be concentrated in Test cricket. ”

Herath took 74 wickets in 71 ODI’s and 18 wickets in 17 T-20 internationals with Sri Lanka. However, he is more brighten with white jersey. In 67 test Herath took 297 Test wickets. With an bowling average of 29.87 and 2.78 economy rate.

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