Sanath Jayasuriya, In the wake of losing some of its enormous stars, Sri Lankan cricket is experiencing an extreme period. The signs originating from the island country are not extremely encouraging either.
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Thirtyfour-year-old Jehan Mubarak was taken back to the Sri Lankan group following eight years for the nation’s last Test against Pakistan in Kandy a month ago which gave the feeling that there could be a long haul issue with relatively few quality youngsters coming up to fill the spaces left empty by the seniors.
The Indians will be flying out to Sri Lanka for a three-Test arrangement this month. How is Sri Lanka taking a gander at this visit? Will the Indians expect a gathering there?
“We didn’t do well against Pakistan and it was extremely disillusioning by and large.
“Right now, you need to comprehend that Sri Lanka is experiencing somewhat of an incline period after the retirement of the vast majority of our senior cricketers — (Kumar) Sangakkara, Mahela (Jayawardena) and (Tillakaratne) Dilshan.
“We didn’t do well, yet we have enough cricketers to return and do well,” said previous Sri Lanka skipper Sanath Jayasuriya here on Monday. India coming to Sri Lanka is essential to Sri Lanka cricket, I trust Sri Lanka plays great cricket amid the three-Test series.
“It will be extreme for us as India plays great cricket and it is playing admirably right now. Be that as it may, in our conditions, our players are likewise great.” Mubarak’s arrival was just to give a touch of experience to the batting order, clarified Sri Lanka’s master blaster. “
I recognize what you’re considering… you’re considering, we don’t have youthful cricketers.
“We do have, however shockingly, in some cases, liable upon the circumstance, we may need to attempt a tad bit of involvement in our batting order,” said Jayasuriya, who was in Kochi on Monday for a limited time occasion. “After Sanga, Mahela and Dilshan resigned, we require somebody with experience to be in the side.”
Looking at prepping youths, the 46-year-old felt that a speedy attempt and-toss approach would not deliver results. “I think we have to give youths opportunities. You can’t continue giving them maybe a couple recreations and dropping them. “In the event that you begin playing with youths, I think we need to give them around six months and verify they get the chance to play, at exactly that point will they create certainty,” said Jayasuriya who was Sri Lanka Cricket’s previous executive of selectors.
“In the event that you continue transforming, they will believe that they are getting one and only match and they will be under pressure. I think they ought to give youths a long stretch on the off chance that they are giving them a possibility.”
He was awed with Bangladesh’s staggering wins against cricket’s titans like South Africa and India. “It’s great to see Bangladesh doing admirably. Nobody believed that Bangladesh would come up like this. “They should likewise be having a decent junior cricket structure and a decent club cricket structure, that is the means by which you raise cricketers,” said Jayasuriya. “You can’t discover cricketers straightaway at your club-level, you need to begin from school level and bring it up. “So I think Bangladesh must be doing their nuts and bolts right.
They have Sri Lankan Chandrika Hathurusingha as their mentor and he is making an awesome showing.