Imagined in the local location of Nittambuwa, Nuwan Kulasekara, a thin chap, first had an effect on his ODI make a big appearance against England at Dambulla in 2003 at 21 years of age, when he got 2/19 against England. With no uncommon displays behind him, his decision for that match against England was a shock, yet he more than upheld his fuse with a glorious execution. The capacity and potential touched base for all to see and, in the end. Test cricket expected to hold up fairly more as he simply made his presentation in 2005 when he was picked to play against New Zealand. Kulasekara is in like manner an accommodating batsman, drop down the demand. In the Lord’s Test against England in 2006, Kulasekara, coming in at No.10, scored a match-saving 64, along these lines engaging Sri Lanka to wriggle out of a corner when all trusts seemed to have been lost and they over the long haul drew the course of action 1-1.
Kulasekara, who hustles in from a long keep running up, has a smooth movement which offers him to indulgence the ball at an overflowing pace, some help with creating swing to burden the batsman. He tumbled off age in the year 2008, when he took 47 wickets – which moved him to the No. 1 spot in the ICC ODI rankings for bowlers. The retirement of Chaminda Vaas and the abnormality of Lasith Malinga wound up being an assistance for Kulasekara as he bounced them to ascend as the strike bowler of the Lankan side.
Nuwan Kulasekara Cricinfo Profile Biography Highlights Records List
Full name Kulasekara Mudiyanselage Dinesh Nuwan Kulasekara
Conceived July 22, 1982, Nittambuwa
Real groups Sri Lanka, Bandaranayake College Gampha, Basnahira North, Chennai Super Kings, Colts Cricket Club, Combined Provinces, Galle Cricket Club, Kandurata Maroons
Assuming part Bowler
Batting style Right-hand bat
Rocking the bowling alley style Right-arm quick medium
Kulasekara has frequently played some late-orchestrate cameos in the shorter setup of the beguilement and uses a testing procedure with the willow at the wrinkle. It is his stunning lavish swing thumping down a few pins, with an indicated inducker which zoots in eventually, that took him to No.1 position in ODI rankings. Kulasekara’s power of swing and annoying accuracy landed him a spot in the prestigious 2009 ICC World ODI gathering of the year. While Malinga’s thunderbolt yorkers amaze the resistance at the death, it is Kulasekara’s standard early jumps forward that set the tone.
In spite of the way that his shaking the knocking down some pins rear way was far from best in the 2011 World Cup, he shone with the bat, coming before the more saw Thisara Perera to incorporate 66 continues running with Mahela Jayawardene for the 6th wicket at a break-neck pace to lift Sri Lanka to 274 in the last against India, which at last exhibited lacking. Around a similar time, Indian T20 League heavyweights, Chennai, doled out $100,000 to get the pacer on load up.
His substituting capacity in like manner went to the fore in the midst of the 2013 Champions Trophy when he hit a 38-ball-58 against England, competently supplementing, Sangakkara’s 134. Appropriate on time in 2013, he enlisted his calling best figures of 5/22 against Australia in Brisbane. While a couple of bowlers of the snappy medium breed have been tonked around in T20 cricket, Kulasekara has held fast. He sent down the most handy spell (2-2-0-1) in T20Is when Sri Lanka directed Netherlands in the World T20 2014, which was at last secured by the Islanders. Kulasekara highlighted in Sri Lanka’s colossal 157-run win over England in the second ODI in May 2014. He got three wickets for an economy of just 2.5, totally rattling the English top-ask. Notwithstanding the way that, he has not set up a fabulous execution in ODIs starting now and into the foreseeable future, he remains unsurprising and a fundamental bit of Sri Lankan pace ambush.