On Monday, Sri Lanka’s left-handed all-rounder gives his retirement letter to the Sri Lanka cricket board, he takes retirement from international cricket however he will continue playing Franchise cricket.
He is 32 years of age currently, he has taken this big decision because he was not considered in a team against the Bangladesh series as selectors clearly that they want to give chances to youngster players to prepare for a 2023 world cup.
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Thisara Perera played his last test back in 2012 but he was playing white-ball cricket and was an important part of the team, he was also a part of Sri Lanka runner up team of 2011 cricket world cup where he played a fiery knock of 22 runs in just 9 balls and with a bowl in a hand take a crucial wicket of Gautam Gambhir. Also in the 2014 cricket world cup final, he again played a knock of 22 not out in just 14 balls helped Sri Lanka lift the 2014 world cup by beating India in the finals.
Talking about his record in white ball cricket, he had 2338 runs and 175 wickets in 166 odi games .
In t20 internationals 1204 runs and 51 wickets in 84 matches. Sri Lanka will surely miss his services as he played vital hard-hitting and quick knocks for the team in the lower middle order and took important wickets in crucial times. Today’s IPL Match Prediction. we provide the best IPL Prediction and Astrology for all IPL Matches.