Sri Lanka Pacer Isuru Udana Publicizes Retirement From Worldwide Cricket


Isuru Udana had performed 65 worldwide video games for Sri Lanka.© Instagram

Sri Lanka pacer Isuru Udana on Saturday introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket. “I consider the time has come for me to make approach for the subsequent era of gamers,” mentioned Udana while notifying his resolution to Sri Lanka Cricket. “It’s with immense satisfaction and fervour, and unfathomable dedication that I’ve represented and served my nation,” he added. Sri Lanka Cricket additionally wished Udana, who was a precious participant in Sri Lanka’s white-ball groups, the easiest in his future endeavors.

Udana performed 21 ODIs and 35 T20Is for Sri Lanka, managing to take 45 wickets throughout each the codecs. The left-arm pacer just lately featured within the T20I collection towards India and he was unable to take a single wicket.

He additionally performed one ODI towards India earlier this month, recording figures of 0-27.

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