Kumar Sangakkara is the President of the Marylebone Cricket Club.© AFP
Kumar Sangakkara, the previous Sri Lanka captain, feels will probably be attention-grabbing to see how the gamers take care of International Cricket Council‘s (ICC) newest pointers which have been issued as a security measure in opposition to the coronavirus pandemic. Cricketers for the longest time have used saliva to shine the ball and the brand new pointers issued by the ICC limit them from doing so. Kumar Sangakkara was on Star Sports present ‘Cricket Connected’ when he spoke concerning the situation. Sangakkara mentioned, “For fast bowlers or spinners, shining the ball, is an instinctive thing, they have done it over so many years since they were kids”.
Sangakkara additionally spoke concerning the social side of the sport may additionally change. “Cricket is a social game, most of the time you spend in the dressing room – you talk you chat. This will be a very clinical thing.
“You come able to play, no warmups, you do every part proper and also you go residence,” Sangakkara added.
The former Sri Lankan batsman is at the moment the President of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). Sangakkara was elected for the publish again in October 2019. The former Sri Lankan cricketer will function President until 2021.
Kumar Sangakkara made his debut for Sri Lanka again in 2000 in opposition to Pakistan at Galle in a One-day International. He went on to play 414 ODIs for his nation and scored 14,234 runs throughout his profession.
In Tests, Sangakkara featured in 134 matches and scored 12,400 runs. In T20Is, Sangakkara performed 56 matches and scored 1,382 runs.
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