Malinga announces T20 retirement


Walter Pater says, Style is a man because it reflects the ability and capability of a person and Malinga was the mixture of all those qualities.

The great Latish Malinga has finally announced his retirement form T-20 cricket. Malinga was considering the backbone of the Sri Lankan Team.

He had already retired from Test Cricket in 2011 and from ODIs in 2019.The pacer had already retired from franchise cricket in January after being released by Mumbai Indians.

Malinga  has Picked up 390 wickets in 295 matches.

Malinga finishes with astonishing figures – a strike rate of 16.60, an economy of 7.07 and an average of 19.68.

 He was the first bowler to bag 100 T20I wickets before ending with 107 scalps.

 He said, would remember the love of fans from all over the world, I am thankful to all of you.

Sri Lankan cricket Board has done a lot things for me, when some of the Countries had objected on my bowling action, so the Sri Lankan Cricket Board had at that time, Malinga added.

I have done what I have to done for my cricket, for Sri Lankan fans.

 Would like to give time to my family, because cricketers have much busy life and I want to pass the rest of my life with family, said Malinga.

“While my shoes rest, my love for the game will never ask for rest.

 Looking forward to seeing our youngsters make history.

Keeping in view that the great Malinga had difficult bowling action and because of that style, Batsmen could not judge him.