Sri Lankan Players’ Remarks On ILT20 UAE 2023
Sri Lankan Players’ Remarks On ILT20: The latest squad release for the international players in the International League Twenty20 caught the attention of the fans only a few days before the start of the maiden season of the tournament. In addition, each of the six competing teams boasts some of the most well-known cricket players from various countries throughout the globe. Recently, players from Sri Lanka taking part in the ILT20 with various clubs have expressed their enthusiasm in advance of the playoffs.
Sri Lankan Players’ Remarks On ILT20
The vice-captain of the Sri Lankan national cricket team, Charith Asalnaka, will be playing for the Abu Dhabi Knight Riders in the first season of the International Twenty20 Cricket tournament. In the most recent interview, the left-handed batter said that.
“he is enthusiastic about the ILT20 since it will be his first International T20 League, and he is looking forward to providing ADKR with his best efforts. He also mentioned that he is looking forward to playing for ADKR”.
One of the most important members of the Sri Lankan cricket team is Wanindu Hasaranga, renowned for the aggressive way he bowls the ball. In the first season of the ILT20, he will be playing for Desert Vipers with several other prominent international players, including Sam Billings, Sheldon Cottrell, Azam Khan, and plenty of other people.
In a recent interview, Wanindu Hasaranga said that
“he is looking forward to competing against other teams and could not be more than pleased to participate in the ILT20 held in the UAE.”
Sri Lankan Players Dasun Shanaka & Bhanuka Rajapaksa Remarks
Dasun Shanaka and his SriLankan teammate Bhanuka Rajapaksa will play for The Dubai Capitals. They will be accompanied by a large number of well-known players from all over the world, including Hazratullah Zazai, Daniel Lawrence, Sikandar Raza, Fred Klaassen, and many more.
In the most recent interview, the Duo said they are overjoyed to be part of The Dubai Capitals and look forward to being physically present in the city.