Colombo, 14/9: Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga has said goodbye to cricket. Malinga announced his retirement on social media on Tuesday. Malinga, who has already said goodbye to international cricket, will no longer play league cricket. Malinga tweeted and said, ‘I am now saying goodbye to every format of cricket. Thanks to those who supported me in my journey. Now I will share my experiences with the young cricketers in the years to come.’ Means Malinga is soon going to come in the role of coaching. Let us tell you that Malinga has been away from T20 cricket since last year. He had also withdrawn his name from IPL 2020 and Mumbai Indians had informed that Malinga has now made up his mind to say goodbye to the game.
Let us tell you that Malinga (Lasith Malinga Records) is one of the most successful bowlers of T20. His T20 career was unmatched. Malinga has been a part of 29 teams from around the world. He was an important member of Mumbai Indians in IPL. This legendary fast bowler took 390 wickets in 295 T20 matches. Malinga’s economy rate was just 7.07 and this veteran managed to take five wickets in five matches, and four wickets in 10 matches.