Malinga retires from all franchise cricket

The organizers are busy organizing the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The auction of this tournament to be held in April-May will be held very soon. So all the teams have submitted the list of retained and released cricketers. However, the Mumbai Indians have not always kept Lasith Malinga. It was later learned from the current champions that the legendary Sri Lankan cricketer has retired from all forms of franchise cricket.

“After talking to my family, I thought it was the right time to retire from franchise cricket,” Malinga said. Due to the epidemic situation and travel restrictions, it is difficult for me to play franchise cricket next season. So now is a good time to make a decision. ”

“I have also spoken to the Mumbai Indians authorities about this,” said the legendary pacer. They understood me and supported me. Thanks to everyone associated with the Mumbai Indians franchise and to the fans for having a great 12 years. ”

Not only Mumbai Indians, Malinga has played franchise cricket in many other countries. He played for Khulna Tigers and Rangpur Raiders in Bangladesh’s franchise Cricket League BPL. He has also played for Jamaica Talwas in the West Indies, Guyana Amazon Warriors and Melbourne Stars in Australia. In all, he has taken 390 wickets in 295 matches in franchise cricket.

Dhaka Times / January 21 / MM

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