Sri Lankan modify taking too long: Kumar
Unbelievable batsman says abilities of Chandimal have been misused as country keeps on battling with retirement of greats
Sri Lanka may have disturbed the apple truck in the Champions Trophy with their triumph against India, yet restoration of the Island country’s group has taken too long, says Kumar Sangakkara.
What’s more, Sangakkara said the change in the side had antagonistically affected on the profession of rising star Dinesh Chandimal.
On critique amid Sri Lanka’s the champions trophy Clash against India, which the underdogs won by seven wickets in the wake of finishing a record run pursue of 322, the 134-Test veteran communicated questions about his nation’s capacity to reveal and sustain the up and coming era of star players.
Improved combine Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardena showed up at global level in 2015, while Tillakaratne Dilshan resigned a year ago.
The trio scored more than 71,000 keeps running between them in all configurations at the top level and Sri Lanka – positioned 6th in ODIs, seventh in Tests and eighth in T20s – have been in a revamping stage since.
Sri Lanka have named Asanka Gurusinha, an individual from their 1996 World Cup-winning group, as cricket supervisor for the following three years in an offered to address the issue.