Sri Lankan pacer Isuru Udana has announced his retirement from international at the age of 33 with immediate effect. The Sri Lankan pacer was included in the Sri Lankan team that beat India recently concluded T20I series. Isuru Udana was not in his best form in the recent times and talk of the cricketing world in the recently concluded series against India.
The left arm pacer bowled only 5 over in the recent series against the visitors India and conceded 39 runs while going wicket less.
The reason of Isuru Udana sudden retirement still unknown yet although he was not in his best of form in recent times. He had picked only six wickets since 2020 in ODI format and only four wickets in six innings in the T20I . Also in and out from the side due to poor form in both the format he played for Sri Lanka.
Isuru Udana has played 21 ODIs and 35 T20I for the Sri Lankan and picked 18 and 27 wickets respectively. Off-late he emerged as all-rounder and played some unbelievable knock with the bat when other batsman failed badly. He also scored 237 and 256 runs in the two formats with 78 and 84 being the highest score. The left-arm pace bowler always be remembered for his slower ball and his variations in the limited over format. He performed really well in Mazansi Super League 2019 and impressed everyone with his slowe ball and variations he produce in bowling,one of the reason why RCB picked him in the IPL.
He has been part of Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL since 2020 season and has good experience in T20 by playing different T20 league across the globe.