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Dinesh Chandimal Profile

Dinesh Chandimal

Dinesh Chandimal

Wicket Keeper Sri Lanka

Right Handed 34 yrs.

Dinesh Chandimal first came into limelight when his brilliantly composed innings of 111 helped Sri Lanka knock India out of the 2010 Tri-nation tournament in Zimbabwe. The Balapitiya-born youngster is highly rated in domestic circles and has been expected to take over the wicket-keeping gloves from the incumbent Kumar Sangakkara in future.
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ব্যক্তিগত তথ্য
Born November, 18 1989
Birth Place Sri Lanka
Current age 34 yrs.
Role Wicket Keeper
Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style Off break
ব্যাটিং পরিসংখ্যান
M I N/O R BF Avg S/R HS 200s 100s 50s 4x 6s
Test 79 142 15 5479 10977 43.14 49.91 206 1 15 26 566 42
ODI 157 142 21 3854 5191 31.85 74.24 111 0 4 24 262 43
T20I 68 61 7 1062 1025 19.66 103.61 66 0 0 6 90 22
FC 79 124 17 5811 8223 54.30 70.66 354 1 17 27 584 130
List A 110 103 13 3319 3951 36.87 84.00 119 0 7 20 266 67
T20 129 121 21 3559 2806 35.59 126.83 101 0 1 22 328 103
বোলিং পরিসংখ্যান
M I O Balls Maiden R W AVG S/R E/R BEST BOWL 5 WKT 10 WKT
Test
ODI
T20I
FC 79 3 6 36 0 18 1 18.00 36.00 3.00 1/13 0 0
List A 110 1 1 6 0 1 1 1.00 6.00 1.00 1/1 0 0
T20

প্রোফাইল"

Dinesh Chandimal first came into limelight when his brilliantly composed innings of 111 helped Sri Lanka knock India out of the 2010 Tri-nation tournament in Zimbabwe. The Balapitiya-born youngster is highly rated in domestic circles and has been expected to take over the wicket-keeping gloves from the incumbent Kumar Sangakkara in future.

A prolific scorer since his schooling days, Chandimal continued his rich vein of form for Sri Lanka's Under-19 sides and was part of the Islanders' 2008 Under-19 World Cup squad. Sangakkara who was versed with the youngster's batting talents, recommended him to Nondescripts Cricket Club and Chandimal showed glimpses of his talent with a maiden century against a strong visiting New Zealand line-up. Following a fine Inter Provincial Twenty20 tournament, he was quickly drafted into Sri Lanka's 2010 World Twenty20 squad.

An attacking batsman who loves to cut the ball as was evident in his maiden ODI century against India; Chandimal is also a technically gifted keeper with quick reflexes. He is a part of Ruhunu Eleven, one of Sri Lanka's domestic Twenty20 sides. Impressive performances in the Champions League T20 2011 granted him a Test berth in the series against South Africa later that year, where he struck consecutive fifties in both innings. Having never been a part of the Indian T20 League, he was included in Rajasthan for the fifth season in 2012. The following year, he was named captain of the Sri Lankan T20 side, along with the vice-captaincy role in the longer version. Chandimal, however, withdrew his participation in the Indian T20 League's sixth season to concentrate on further training for Sri Lanka's international commitments. Chandimal plays a major role for Sri Lanka in all formats of the game.