Nuwan Kulasekera has announced his Retirement from International Cricket:
Sri Lanka’s 37-year-old fast bowler Nuwan Kulasekera has announced his retirement from international cricket. Nuwan, who debuted in 2003, did not play any international match since 2017. In the 2011 World Cup final, Dhoni gave India victory by hitting six of them.
The bowler last played an ODI in 2017, in the wake of making his presentation in 2003 against England as a 21-year-old. He was additionally a fit lower-request batsman, with a 73 versus Australia in the tri arrangement last at the Gabba in 2012 being his top-score.
He made his Test debut in Napier in 2005 and completed with 48 scalps. He restored his best figures of 4 for 21 against Pakistan in Colombo in 2009.
In T20 Internationals, Kulasekara is the joint second-most astounding wicket-taker for SriLanka with 66 wickets in 58 amusements, just behind by the incredible Malinga.
He was likewise an individual from his field which won the T20 World Cup in 2014.
He has likewise played in two World Cup finals, completing as sprinters up on the two events.
Likewise, his best execution was enrolled against Australia in January 2013, when he scored figures of 5 for 22 in the ODI coordinate. He made his ODI debut in 2003 against England as a 21-year-old. His Test presentation was in 2005.
Nuwan, who took the new ball to swing both sides of the wicket, has
taken 48 wickets in 21 test matches, 199 wickets in 184 ODIs, and 66
wickets in T20.