Extreme speed, vibrating yorkers and great variations in death overs - everything Malinga has been a role model for young cricketers for ages. The chapter of this 22-yard soldier, which started in 2004, ended today. The colorful jersey ended a colorful chapter.
He left ODIs two years ago. He left franchise-based cricket in January this year - this time leaving the International Twenty20.
Sri Lankan cricketer Lasith Malinga has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. He made this announcement on social media. Earlier, Malinga decided to retire from Test cricket in 2011 and ODI cricket in 2019. This time the pacer said goodbye to all forms of cricket by saying goodbye to T20 cricket. He also became the first cricketer to take 100 Twenty20 wickets.
"Today is a very special day for me," said Malinga, 38, as he left cricket on Tuesday. I would like to thank everyone who has supported me throughout my T20 career. Today I want to rest my T20 playing boots. '
"I would like to thank the Sri Lanka Cricket Board, Mumbai Indians, Melbourne Stars, Kent Cricket Club, Rangpur Riders, Guinea Warriors, Maratha Warriors and the Montreal Tigers," he added. Now I want to share my experience with young cricketers who want to represent franchise cricket and the national team. '