Srilankan legendary cricketer Lasith Malinga retires from all forms of cricket today. On the retirement day, the fast bowler says – “Today is a very special day for me, I want to thank each and everyone who has supported me and blessed me throughout my T20 career, ” Malinga was known for his toe-crushing yorkers, While thanking his team members and officials of Sri Lanka Cricket Board (SLC), Mumbai Indians, Melbourne Stars, Kent Cricket, Rangpur Riders, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Maratha Arabians, and Montreal Tigers, he also added – ” “While Playing with you all, I got many experiences throughout my cricketing injury. And I will share it [experience] with young cricketers in the future.” Malinga made his Test debut against Australia in July 2004. 16 days after his Test debut, Malinga played his first match in ODI cricket. After that, he made his T20 debut against England in June 2006.
Source – ANI