New Delhi: Former Sri Lankan cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya, bowlers scared of whose stormy batting, is now forced to walk on his feet with the help of crutch. He can not walk without a crutch.
According to Sri Lanka's media reports, Jayasurya is walking with the help of crutches, he is battling with knees problem. Their knees will be operated soon.
Jayasuriya, who retired from cricket, was twice the chairman of the selection committee of the Sri Lankan Cricket Committee. In 2017 after the defeat of Sri Lanka by South Africa and India he resigned from the post.
It is being said that Jayasuriya is going to have an early operation in Australia. They are going to Melbourne for treatment.
Let us tell you that 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.
Talking about his record, he scored 6973 runs in 110 test matches at an average of 40 and scored 13000 thousand runs in 433 matches in 50 overs format. He has also played in T20 matches for Sri Lanka.