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Sangakkara want to quit from cricket after cricket world cup 2015?

Sri Lanka player Kumara Sangakkara decided to quit from international cricket after the completion of ICC cricket world cup 2015 which will be hosted by New Zealand and Australia jointly. "As far as ODI and Tests are concerned, it's hard to give a time. I am 36 years old now and will be 37 next year during the time of the World Cup. At the next World Cup, I will be 41 and I don't hope that I will be playing then. So the 2015 World Cup will be my last. There is no denying I am in the twilight of my career," Sangakkara said after the win. Sangakkara scored more than 10000 runs both in tests and ODI. On the other hand Jayawardene also going to retire from test cricket against New Zealand before cricket world cup 2015


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