Sri Lankan veteran Rangana Herath gained a ‘Guard of Honour’ from the visiting England staff in his farewell Check at Galle when he walked out to bat.
Herath retired from global cricket as probably the most a success Lankan bowlers in Assessments after Muttiah Muralitharan who scalped 800 wickets.
Right through the Galle Check, Herath changed into the second one oldest cricketer to pick out up a wicket except for changing into the 3rd bowler within the historical past of the sport to take 100 Check wickets at a venue. He joined Muralitharan and James Anderson to that listing.
Right here’s the video:
A trendy contact from England… 👏
Root shakes Herath’s hand to turn the dignity they and the cricket global have for the retiring spinner. 🤝
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