SL cricketer Isuru Udana retires from International Cricket.

Sri Lanka pacer Isuru Udana on Saturday declared his retirement from worldwide cricket. “I accept the opportunity has arrived for me to clear a path for the up and coming age of players,” said Udana while informing his choice to Sri Lanka Cricket. “It is with huge pride and energy, and inconceivable responsibility that I have addressed and served my country,” he added. Sri Lanka Cricket additionally wished Udana, who was a significant part in Sri Lanka’s white-ball groups, the absolute best in his future undertakings.

Udana played 21 ODIs and 35 T20Is for Sri Lanka, figuring out how to take 45 wickets across both the organizations. The left-arm pacer as of late included in the T20I series against India and he couldn’t take a solitary wicket.

He likewise played one ODI against India recently, recording figures of 0-27.

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