Nuwan Kulasekara Silently Retires

Nuwan Kulasekara Silently Retires

Well, MS Dhoni, hit a six to wins 2011 World Cup final, comes from the delivery of Sri Lankan fast bowler Nuwan Kulasekara. He was also part of the Sri Lankan team that defeated India to win the T20 World Cup in 2014. He totaled 8 wickets out of a total 6 games at a rate of 6.42 of the tournament. After achieving a lot of things, Kulasekara announced on Wednesday his retirement from international cricket.

The 37-year-old has had 199 sacks in 184 ODIs and 66 in 58 T20 games during his 15-year career. Besides, in the 21 test matches he played for his country, he added 48 wickets to his name. Kulasekara, 21, made his ODI debut in 2003 and made his test debut in 2005. Since then, he could no longer turnaround from him.

Kulasekara did everything he could to swing the ball both ways, bowl brilliantly in assists and beat the New Yorkers in tough conditions. He was then named ODI’s No. 1 bowler in March 2009. In 2013, he beat his career-best, 5-22, against Australia in Brisbane. Sri Lanka’s reliable fashion designer finished as the third-biggest wicket-taker among his country’s fast bowlers after Chaminda Vaas and Lasith Malinga.