- I can no longer see those yorkers
- Lasith bids farewell to T20s
Colorful ring hair .. Innovative style like no other bowler in the world .. His yorkers kissing his feet on the rivu can not even be played by the top batsmen .. He is credited with delivering memorable victories in the 20s, especially in the 20 overs where he provided memorable victories to the teams that supported the opponents with sharp and accurate yorkers. 38-year-old Sri Lankan pacer Lasith Malinga has said goodbye to short cricket.
Colombo: There are many Dhanadhan batsmen in short cricket. Lasith Malinga is the only bowler to bring Vanne to that format. Despite making his mark in ODIs, Malinga, who brought more craze to T20 cricket with his yorker bowling, said goodbye to the format. It was already felt that his career was completely over as he was not selected for the Sri Lankan team. Although Malinga has already withdrawn from several franchise tournaments, including the IPL, his fans have been speculating that he will retire from the game with the final T20. But putting a full stop to them, Malinga announced on Tuesday through his YouTube channel that cricket was saying goodbye to all formats.
‘While giving 100 percent rest to my shoes. Saying goodbye to all formats of cricket. Thank you to everyone who has supported me on this long cricket journey. I look forward to sharing my experience with young cricketers in the years to come, ”said Malinga. “Even if the game is rested, my love for cricket has no rest,” he said. He played his last T20 against the West Indies in March last year. Malinga has taken 546 wickets in all formats.
Where the World Cup deserves: Malinga has been left out of Sri Lanka’s squad for next month’s T20 World Cup. He expressed his desire to lead the Sri Lankan team in the upcoming Short World Cup last year. The World Cup is scheduled to take place in Australia in October / November last year. But the postponement with Kovid will take place next month. It seems that Malinga has decided to retire as he did not get the chance to be a member of the Lankan team. He also thanked his team Mumbai Indians, Melbourne Stars and other franchises in the IPL, including Sri Lanka. Malinga took 170 wickets in 122 IPL matches. He is the highest wicket-taker in the Mega League. 5/13 His best performance in the IPL. He has a 12-year association with Mumbai Indians. His role on that team is extremely crucial. Malinga is a member of four of the five teams that have won the IPL title five times. He dropped out of the 2020 IPL for personal reasons. Malinga also played in the Caribbean Premier League, including the Big Bash.
4 off 4 balls
Malinga scored two hat-tricks in the T20s, breaking with flaming balls. He has taken three hat-tricks in ODIs. His bowling performance against South Africa at the 2007 ODI World Cup in the West Indies made history in 50 overs cricket. He made a sensational performance with four wickets in four balls in a row.