Sri Lanka batter Danushka Gunathilaka retired from Check cricket an afternoon after his one-year ban in connection to the bio-bubble breach in England final 12 months was once lifted.
Danushka Gunathilaka retired from Check cricket to concentrate on white-ball codecs (AFP Picture)
HIGHLIGHTS30-year-old Gunathilaka retired from Check cricket on SaturdayThe choice comes an afternoon after his one-year ban was once lifted through the SLCThe Sri Lanka batter intends to proceed enjoying white-ball cricket
Sri Lanka’s flamboyant opening batter Danushka Gunathilaka introduced his retirement from Check cricket an afternoon after his one-year ban relating to a bio-security breach in England ended. Gunathilaka, 30, made up our minds to retire from Checks to concentrate on the white-ball codecs of the sport, the Sri Lanka Cricket board mentioned on Saturday.
Gunathilaka mentioned he took the verdict to retire from Check cricket after comparing all sides. He performed 8 Checks after making his debut in 2017, scoring 299 runs, together with two fifties. In 44 ODIs, he has scored 1520 runs at a median of 36.19, whilst in T20Is, he has 568 runs in 30 suits at a strike price of 121.62.
Gunathilaka’s retirement comes days after any other 30-year-old in Bhanuka Rajapaksa retired from global cricket.
Gunathilaka hasn’t performed Checks since December 2018 however have been an ordinary member of the limited-overs aspect prior to he was once suspended together with Niroshan Dickwella and Kusal Mendis final 12 months over a bio-bubble breach in Bristol throughout the group’s excursion of England in July.
Significantly, the SLC suspended the rest 7 months of the 3 gamers’ ban for the following two years however mentioned their habits will likely be carefully monitored through the board. Gunathilaka together with Dickwella and Mendis are eligible for nationwide variety.
Gunathilaka incessantly bumped into issues of the SLC over disciplinary problems. Since his global debut in opposition to the top of 2015, Gunathilaka has served 3 separate suspensions, the newest being the only for breaching bio-bubble protocols.
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