The previous quick bowler played held a comparative part when Sri Lanka visited Australia for a T20I series in February Lasith Malinga, the previous quick bowler and chief, has been delegated Sri Lanka’s bowling methodology mentor for the white-ball leg of the group’s home series against Australia, which starts off on June 7 in Colombo.
“Malinga, during the visit, will uphold Sri Lanka’s bowlers, giving strategic understanding and specialized mastery to help the on-field execution of well thought out courses of action,” SLC said through a public statement.
Malinga played held a comparative part when Sri Lanka visited Australia for a five-match T20I series in February this year. While Sri Lanka lost 4-1, the bowlers figured out how to keep a cover on the scoring to a degree. The most elevated complete that Australia could oversee across five games was 164 for 6.
“Sri Lanka Cricket is certain that Malinga’s tremendous experience and famous passing bowling ability, particularly in the T20 design, will help the group colossally going into this immeasurably significant series,” the delivery added.
Malinga, one of the best restricted overs quick bowlers Sri Lanka has delivered, resigned from all types of the game in 2021. He was the main wicket-taker in T20Is at the time with a count of 107 out of 84 excursions, prior to being surpassed by Shakib Al Hasan.
Malinga filled in as bowling tutor of Mumbai Indians, back in IPL 2018, and all the more as of late, was Rajasthan Royals’ quick bowling trainer, in 2022. The Sanju Samson-drove Royals arrived at the last of the competition interestingly since winning the prize in 2008 yet lost to Gujarat Titans by seven wickets. Through the course of the time, a few Royals players, including any semblance of Trent Boult, lauded Malinga for his capacity to improve on the craft of T20 bowling.