mahela jayawardene and kumar sangakkara retiring
Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lankan cricket with two giants have to say goodbye to one-day cricket. World Cup quarter-final defeats the end of his one-day career, but even if the fairy tale is not as though these two experienced players disappointment missed this long journey with a smile.
The two already announced his retirement from one-day cricket after the World Cup had been. Nine wickets against South Africa in the quarter-final defeat to Sri Lanka to end the careers of these two.
Before today’s match Sangakkara who scored a record 45 consecutive four-day centuries, despite the team scored 133 runs in 37 overs, collapsed two. 404 ODI Sangakkara 14, 234 runs. 541 runs in seven games in the current World Cup and now batsman who scored the highest in the tournament.
With more than 500 runs in a World Cup, the world’s sixth batsman. Despite losing the good things about Sangakkara missed his fellow Jayawardene.
Sangakkara said Jayawardene quite disappointed after the match but it’s part of the game, does not like fairy tale ending. If you want to win the World Cup, while the top end does not want to, but if that does not happen. This does not mean that you get frustrated.
Recalling the days spent on the ground with Jayawardene, Sangakkara said his relationship with Jayawardene was always friendly, never had any rivalry, the team made it to practice games, except when I was playing for two years and then mash Vice-captain was already used all his considerable respect. We were the same age, we used to spend time together and we became friends deep. Jayawardene, who has already quit Test cricket with the end of his international career began in 1997. 12 in the 448-day, 650 runs, 11 of the 149 tests, 814 runs.
Jayawardene was not good for the current World Cup, and he could only score centuries against Afghanistan. But the star batsman has no qualms. Jayawardene said playing cricket with this group of players in the dressing room to enjoy them is quite satisfactory.