The T20 series against India proved to be the last international match for Sri Lankan bowler Isuru Udana. Due to injury, this player sitting out of the last T20 has decided to say goodbye to cricket. On Saturday, this player of the Sri Lanka cricket team announced his retirement from international cricket.
Fast bowling all-rounder Udana, who played 21 ODIs and 35 T20Is for Sri Lanka, decided to put an end to his 12-year career. Udana suffered an injury before the third and series-deciding T20 match against India. Due to injury, he could not be a part of the team’s playing XI. Sri Lanka’s team achieved a one-sided victory in the last match against India. In the series, the team won the trophy by winning 2-1 and after this victory, Idana has now said goodbye to international cricket.
In 2009, Udana made his international debut in the T20 match against Australia in Nottingham. In a career spanning 12 years, the player, who was kept out of the team due to injury and poor form, took 27 wickets in 35 matches and also scored 256 runs. In the home series against India in 2012, Udana got a chance to make his ODI debut. In 21 ODIs, this player took 18 wickets and also scored 237 runs.