Sri Lanka quick bowler Dhammika Prasad has introduced his retirement from international cricket with instant impact.
Prasad, 37, final performed a Test match in October 2015 towards the West Indies right here. He represented Sri Lanka in 25 Tests and 24 ODIs, bagging 75 and 32 wickets respectively. He additionally performed lone T20 International towards Australia in 2011.
“I have enjoyed every bit. Marvan Atapattu was the person who invited me to SSC. I received a lot of support from people like the late Michael de Zoysa and Mahinda Halangoda,” Prasad mentioned whereas saying his resolution on Thursday.
“I’ve lots of people to thank, God, my dad and mom, my spouse, my faculty, all my coaches, curators, workforce mates, followers and naturally the media.
“Let me tell you one thing. Very early in my career I realised something; that was the media can make and break people. To date I’ve never had an issue with a journalist. I have got on well with them,” Prasad concluded.
“Dhammika Prasad officially announced his retirement from international cricket..#ThankYouDhammika,” Sri Lankan Cricket (SLC) tweeted on Friday.