Hudhud times: Malinga announces his retirement from T20 Cricket, Hudhudtimes reports.

Hudhud times: Lasith Malinga has announced his retirement from T20 cricket after 295 matches where he picked 390 wickets. Malinga had already retired from Tests in 2011 and from ODIs in 2019. The Sri Lanka pacer had also announced his retirement from franchise cricket in January this year after being released by Mumbai Indians.
Malinga finishes with astonishing figures – a strike rate of 16.60, an economy of 7.07 and an average of 19.68. He was the first bowler to bag 100 T20I wickets before ending with 107 scalps. He finishes fourth in the highest wicket-taker category in the list behind Dwayne Bravo, Imran Tahir and Sunil Narine.