South Africa need 122 runs and India need 8 wickets on Day 4 to win : South Africa vs India, Second Test, Day 3 Report
The next decade saw Rajapaksa grind the domestic circuit. He made 4087 first-class runs at an average of 36.49. In List A and T20 cricket, he made 2842 and 1912 runs respectively.
“I have very carefully considered my position as a player, husband and am taking this decision looking forward to fatherhood and associated familial obligations,” SLC cited Rajapaksa’s resignation letter as stating.