India vs Sri Lanka: Suranga Lakmal, a Sri Lankan fast bowler, has retired from international cricket. Following India’s tour of Sri Lanka, Lakmal will retire. Suranga Lakmal has decided to retire from international cricket after the upcoming tour to India, according to Sri Lanka Cricket. Lakmal, however, decided to play in the county league soon after his retirement announcement. Derbyshire has signed him for two years.
He will work with ex-Sri Lankan coach Mickey Arthur. Derbyshire Director of Cricket Arthur called Lakmal one of Sri Lanka’s all-time greats at the cricket ball. During this month’s cricket season, Sri Lanka will play two Test matches and three T20 international matches in India. On February 25, these teams will face off.
He made his international debut against India
168 wickets have been taken by Lakmal over 119 innings in 68 Tests so far for Sri Lanka. During the longest format of the game, he took 7 wickets 4 times and 5 wickets 4 times.
The all-rounder took 109 wickets at 32.4 in 86 ODIs, while he took 8 wickets in 11 T20 matches. A marked feature of Lakmal’s international career was his ODI debut against India in Nagpur in 2009. A year after his debut, he will also make his last appearance on Indian soil against the West Indies.