Retiring batsman Mahela Jayawardene is one of Sri Lanka's greatest with the bat and as captain, Muttiah Muralitharan has said. Murali played 96 Tests alongside Jayawardene 28 of those under Jayawardene's leadership, from 2006 to 2009. He is one ... Pakistan Today, 1 month ago
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By Dion Michael All the stories and tributes about Mahela Jayawardena's feats in test cricket tend to overlook his achievements as one of the finest fielders in the game and arguably the best ever slip fielder at all levels of cricket Tests, ...Sri Lanka Sunday Leader, 1 day ago
COLOMBO, Aug 20 (AFP): Sri Lanka are banking on young talent to see them through a transitional phase in Test cricket despite the departure of one batting great, another approaching retirement and an ageing spinner in the ranks. Former captain ...Financial Express Bangladesh, 1 week ago SL ponder life after Mahela News24, 1 week ago
Aug 16 (Reuters) - Following is a list of the best test bowling figures in an innings after Sri Lankan spinner Rangana Herath took 9-127 in Pakistan's first innings in the second test in Colombo on Saturday: Player Figures ...Reuters Africa, 2 weeks ago
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Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) committee has decided to consult Australian Human movement specialist Daryl Foster, possibly the foremost authority in the world in analysing suspect bowling actions, to obtain his support in clearing beleaguered star spinner ...Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 month ago
ISLAMABAD: Ace spinner Saeed Ajmal feels privileged for the country and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as three of the national players have been invited to the mouth watering encounter between two star-studded playing elevens at Lord's on July 5 ...Daily Times, 2 months ago Saeed Ajmal thrilled for MCC-World XI encounter South Asian News Agency, 2 months ago
Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed bagged five wickets for 28 runs on debut as India were dismissed in 25.3 overs in the second ODI in Mirpur. But the pace combination of Stuart Binny (6-4) and Mohit Sharma (4-22) saved India from humiliation by bundling out the hosts for just 58 in 17.4 overs. Following the nail-biting match Rajneesh Gupta presents some interesting statistics. After winning the first game of three-match series against Bangladesh rather easily, India was in for a rude shock ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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