Sri Lanka pacer and former captain Suranga Lakmal will retire from all forms of international cricket after the upcoming tour of India. The crafty pacer made his debut against India in 2009 in Nagpur, a match that his side won. His Test debut came within a year against the West Indies in Colombo whereas the T20I cap was handed to Lakmal in 2011 against England. He hitherto has 168 Test wickets in 68 Tests at an average of 36 and a strike rate of 72. In 86 ODIs, Lakmal has 109 wickets at an economy rate of just over 5.
Suranga Lakmal had two in two after this ripper catch by Kusal Mendis!#AUSvSL | @bet365_aus pic.twitter.com/kZ41MsDjGa
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