Isuru Udana is a Sri Lankan international cricketer who has represented his national side in ODI and T20 ICC formats. Udana is a right-handed batting all-rounder and the left-arm medium-fast bowler who has primarily was a left-arm pacer. He currently owns the highest T20I runs in the 8th position. He has played his List A cricket for Sri Lanka A team during SL Team A tour of South Africa in August-September 20008.
Udana as all-rounder showed his talent when he helped Wayamba United against Uva Next. In the semi-final of Sri Lanka Premier League to pull off an impossible chase from 27/7 to 151-8. He formed a highest-ever 8th wicket partnership of 120 runs in T20 during Sri Lanka Premier League 2012, with Azhar Mahmood. Udana is the leading wicket-taker for the Kandy with 10 wickets in six matches in the 2018 Super Provincial One Day Tournament.
He played 18 One Day Internationals and 30 Twenty20 Internationals. Udana has outstanding records in first-class, List A and T20s including his league cricket. He has 84* undefeated as the highest individual innings and took 24 wickets. Isuru has 16 wickets in 18 matches with a single half-century and 78 as the highest individual innings. He has two centuries in first-class cricket and twelve half-centuries.
Udana is the leading wicket-taker in the Afghanistan Premier League with 17 dismissals in eight matches during APL 2018-19 edition. Isuru was named in the Global T20 Canada tournament first edition to play for Montreal Tigers in June 2018. Udana became first to take a hat-trick in 2010 Champions League T20 history for Wayamba United. He has played for Rajshahi Kings in the Bangladesh Premier League for BPL 2019.
Isuru Udana Career Stats
Isuru Udana Profile
|Full Name||Isuru Udana Tillakaratne|
|Date of Birth||17 February 1988 Balangoda, Sri Lanka|
|Playing Roll||pace bowler|
|Bowling Style||Left-arm fast-medium|
|ODI Debut||24 July 2012 v India (cap 152)|
|T20 Debut||8 June 2009 v Australia (cap 29)|
|Major Teams||Sri Lanka, Chilaw Marians Cricket Club, Combined Provinces, Montreal Tigers, Nondescripts Cricket Club, Sri Lanka A, Sri Lanka Ports Authority Cricket Club, Sri Lanka Under-19s, Sri Lanka Under-20s School, Tamil Union Cricket and Athletic Club, Wayamba|