Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath has retired from 50-over and Twenty20 internationals in order to carry on playing test matches. The 38-year-old took 74 wickets in 71 one-day internationals and another 18 in 17 T20 matches for the island nation, shouldered the burden of the slow bowling attack following the retirement of spin great Muttiah Muralitharan in 2011.
Arguably the left-arm spinner’s best effort came at the 2014 World Twenty20, where he took five wickets for just three runs as Sri Lanka successfully defended a 120-run target in a must-win match against New Zealand en route to the title
About Rangana Herath:
Herath Mudiyanselage Rangana Keerthi Bandara Herath, commonly known as Rangana Herath, is a professional Sri Lankan cricketer. He is a specialist left-arm bowler, widely known as best spinner ever played for Sri Lanka after the retirement of legendary spinner Muttiah Muralitharan. He has the record of best bowling figures in Tests by a left-arm spinner. In April 2016, Herath announced his retirement from One Day International and Twenty20 International cricket to focus on Test cricket.
1. ICC president and former Test captain – Zaheer Abbas
2. ICC – International Cricket Council
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1. Sri Lanka spinner______ has retired from 50-over and Twenty20 internationals cricket.
2. Who is the President of ICC?
3. Expand the ICC?
Source – The Economic Times