Sri Lankan batsman Lahiru Thirimanne retires from international cricket

Sri Lankan cricketer Lahiru Thirimanne has announced his retirement from international cricket after a 13-year-long career. The 33-year-old batsman took to social media to share the news with his fans and followers.  

Thirimanne played a total of 44 Test matches, 127 One Day Internationals (ODIs), and 26 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) for Sri Lanka. He scored a total of 5573 runs in his international career, including seven centuries and 31 half-centuries.  

During his career, Thirimanne scored three Test centuries and four ODI hundreds, showcasing his talent and skill as a top-order batsman. He was known for his solid technique and ability to anchor the innings, providing stability to the Sri Lankan batting line-up.  

Thirimanne's retirement marks the end of an era for Sri Lankan cricket, as he was one of the most experienced players in the team. His contributions to the sport will be remembered by fans and fellow cricketers alike.  As Thirimanne bids farewell to international cricket, fans and well-wishers have taken to social media to express their gratitude and appreciation for his contributions to Sri Lankan cricket.

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