Former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara retired from international cricket on Monday, August 24. One of the leading cricketers in world cricket for the last 15 years, he played 134 Tests, during which he scored 12,400 runs, took 182 catches (131 as a wicketkeeper) and effected 20 stumpings. Rajneesh Gupta celebrates his illustrious career with a statistical outlook. IMAGE: Kumar Sangakkara acknowledges the applause of the crowd as he walks off the field after being dismissed on Day 3 ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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