Sri Lankan Cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya is not able to walk
Former Sri-Lankan cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya, who has always been a threat to the bowlers with his batting, his line and length, is happy to walk on his own feet today. He can not even take a step without resorting to. Jayasurya walks with crutches This left-handed batsman, who is sometimes an explosive batsman, is struggling with knee problem today.
COLOMBO Former Sri Lanka captain Sanath Jayasuriya is suffering from a knee injury and is even unable to walk without crutches. love for Jayasuriya🌹😘 the best pic.twitter.com/IIdvDVtlXS
— خان طارق خان (@MussaTariq) 4 January 2018
Jayasuriya, who retired from cricket, was twice the chairman of the selection committee of the Sri Lankan Cricket Committee. In 2017 South Africa and India resigned from the post after the defeat of Sri Lanka in India.
Let the 48-year-old Jayasuriya be considered as the strongest column of the Sri Lankan cricket team before retiring in 2011. His fear was that in the bowlers it was such that the line length of good bowlers was worsened.
Sri Lankan batsman Jayasuriya has scored more than 13,000 runs in 433 ODIs and scored 6973 runs in 110 Tests. Along with this, 98 wickets in Test matches and 323 wickets in ODIs.