Today’s Rohit Sharma Heart Touching Moment Ever Seen in Cricket History, Malinga Completes 300 Wickets
Veteran brisk Lasith Malinga will skipper Sri Lanka in the fourth ODI against India on Thursday, his group’s fifth commander in only seven diversions of what has been a ghastliness battle for the home side. Sri Lanka affirmed on Wednesday that Malinga would skipper the group in Colombo this week, two months after he was fined and given a
suspended boycott for remarks he made after the ICC Champions Trophy in June. The most recent captaincy move comes as Sri Lanka’s determination board discharged a long explanation affirming they had surrendered following a frightfulness extend that has seen them win only four of their previous 15 coordinates over all arrangements. Malinga’s rise to the captaincy comes after Chamara Kapugedara, who drove the side in the third ODI on Sunday, was discounted for whatever is left of the arrangement because of back damage. Kapugedara had been named commander after normal ODI captain Upul Tharanga was prohibited after an over-rate offense in the second match of the arrangement.