Tillakaratne Dilshan


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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He was the top run scorer at the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin




Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Royal Challengers


Tillakaratne Dilshan could be every bit as destructive as the likes of David Warner or Chris Gayle when he got going.

The batsman may not have a traditional technique, but he is regarded as one of the game’s great innovators and was extremely effective with his own unorthodox style, including the scoop shot. 

Since making his one-day international debut in 1999 against Zimbabwe, Dilshan notched more than 10000 runs from 330 ODIs.

Dilshan finished his Test career 5492 runs from 87 matches with a high-score of 193 and and average just shy of 41.

Magical Maxwell smashes record half-century

Glenn Maxwell tormented Sri Lanka's bowlers again with an 18-ball fifty to equal the Australian record, before getting a send-off

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Dilshan signs off a Sri Lankan legend

Tillakaratne Dilshan's final international innings may have lasted just three balls but he retired a legend of the game in Colombo

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Warner inspires five-star fielding effort

Australia's fielding was on-song in the second Twenty20 in Colombo, with skipper David Warner leading the way with some brilliance

Dilshan reveals sole regret in farewell

The damaging Sri Lanka opener bid farewell to international Cricket in his final match against Australia in Colombo

Dilshan Starc

Wounded combatants prepare for final act

Australia and Sri Lanka, both hit by injury, prepare for the first of two T20 tonight

SL Cricket apologises for crowd chaos

Attendance numbers swell to two-and-a-half times capacity in incredible scenes in Dambulla