Sri Lankan batsman Rajapaksa quits ahead of Zimbabwe series
Colombo – The 30-year-old left-hander surrendered because of household responsibilities, Sri Lanka Cricket claimed in a declaration
Sri Lankan top-order batsman Bhanuka Rajapaksa stopped worldwide cricket on Wednesday simply days prior to the begin of a one-day worldwide collection versus Zimbabwe in the house.
The 30-year-old left-hander surrendered because of household responsibilities, Sri Lanka Cricket claimed in a declaration.
” I have actually really thoroughly considered my placement as a gamer, other half and also am taking this choice anticipating fathership and also connected domestic responsibilities,” the board estimated him as stating.
Rajapaksa has actually racked up 89 runs in 5 ODIs, in addition to 320 runs in his 18 T20 worldwide looks.
Last July he was fined $5,000 and also handed a put on hold restriction for providing meetings criticising the nationwide board after his exemption from a scenic tour of England.
Sri Lanka Cricket claimed then that the meeting breached the gamer’s agreement.
Zimbabwe’s three-match ODI collection starts January 16 in Kandy, in advance of Sri Lanka’s T20 trip of Australia slated for February.