Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera has announced his retirement from international cricket.
The 32-year-old handed the letter to Sri Lankan board recently.
A white ball regular, Perera is known for his hard-hitting skills. Though his form has been patchy at times, he has helped his team win memorable matches and has led them well from the front as well.
He has picked 175 ODI wickets in 166 outings. The former Sri Lanka captain also smashed 2,338 ODI runs with 10 fifties and a hundred.
His decision comes after the board had overlooked senior players for the upcoming Bangladesh ODI series. The board revealed that they are looking for young talents.
While he has called it a day, he will continue to play franchise cricket.