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Lasith Malinga Announces Retirement from T20 Cricket

Malinga announced his retirement from T20 cricketer on Tuesday.

Former Sri Lanka cricketer Lasith Malinga (Photo Credit: PTI)

New Delhi: Former Sri Lanka pacer and legendary pacer Lasith Malinga has announced his retirement from T20 cricket on Tuesday (September 14). With this, Malinga has now retired from all three formats of the game.

The 2014 T20 World Cup-winning pacer took to social media to officially announce his decision to retire from the shortest format of the game.

Malinga also shared a video on his official YouTube channel, showing a full compilation of his wickets in T20s.

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“While my shoes will rest my love for the game will never rest,” he captioned the video.

“The experience that I have gained through the past 17 years will no longer be needed in the field since I have decided to retire from T20I Cricket marking my retirement from all formats of cricket,” Malinga said.

“But I will be continuously supporting the younger generations who thrives to uplift the spirit of the game and I will always be there with all who love the game,” he added.

HERE IS THE VIDEO:

Regarded as one of the most fierce pacers in white-ball cricket, the Mumbai Indians (MI) pacer is still the highest wicket-taker in the Indian Premier League (IPL) till now.

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The veteran speedster also holders a lot of unique feats for Sri Lanka. Malinga is still the once player to bag five hat-tricks in international cricket.

He is also the only bowler to knock out 4 wickets from 4 consecutive deliveries, twice in international cricket.

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