Malinga is the highest wicket-taker in the IPL, having taken a total of 154 wickets in 110 matches, since the tournament started in 2008. He now stands just a single shy of equalling previous Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi's record of 98 global wickets in Twenty20.
Yuvraj, who last played for India in June 2017 when the team toured West Indies, made it clear that till the time he enjoys the game, he will continue playing.
"So I told them I'd play in the provincial tournament, and I asked the board to inform Mumbai Indians and IPL, since it was their decision".
"I can't comment on (World Cup) selection but Rishabh was outstanding. It went well today, hopefully runs will look good if I can win the game for the team", he said.
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Rose averaged 18 points, 4.3 assists and 2.7 rebounds per game while shooting 48.2 percent from the field in 51 games this season. But the team announced Thursday that the two-way standout "recently suffered a setback which will require further treatment".
He is set to miss six matches of the Indian Premier League, where he is the all-time highest wicket-taker, to play Sri Lanka's domestic Super Provincial One Day tournament.
"After the World Cup, my cricketing career is ending", the 35-year-old said after his side lost to South Africa in the second Twenty20 global at SuperSport Park. The vastly experienced Yuvraj, who was roped in by Mumbai Indians this season for Rs 1 crore, did try his best to steady the innings and played a gritty knock scoring 53 before being caught by Rahul Tewatia at the deep mid-wicket off Kagiso Rabada. I'm ok with losing those earnings from IPL.
Meanwhile speaking after Friday's defeat-which gave hosts an inaccessible 2-0 lead in the three match series faulted top order batting for the series loss.
Malinga is now leading the Sri Lanka limited-overs team in South Africa with one T20 match remaining in the series. He realised what responsibility he has and showed his character. "It's important that we groom him well, hopefully he'll be next big thing for us", he said about Pant.