Farewell King Kumar

2015-08-24 08:48
Kumar Sangakkara (AFP)

Aug 23 - Twitter was abuzz following Sri Lankan batting great Kumar Sangakkara's last test knock.

Sangakkara scored 18 his last test innings against India on Sunday and here is what the cricket was tweeting:

Kumar Sangakkara

Thank you for all the love. Been my privilege to play for my country and in front of all the fans.

Former India great Sachin Tendulkar

Well played @KumarSanga2. You have been a terrific ambassador for the game & a thorough gentleman. Warm welcome to the club of the Retired!

India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh

Well done @KumarSanga2 for fantastic 17 years of international cricket!!All the best for your 2nd inn with ur family,friends,loved ones

Former Australia batsman Damien Martyn

Well done on an amazing career @KumarSanga2 you should be very proud of all you have achieved. Enjoy the rest.

India batsman Suresh Raina

A gentleman beyond the game well played @KumarSanga2 you are legend thank u for memories

Former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene

It wasn't to be in this match but what he was for SL cricket is some thing that you can't take away. Very proud of you mate. 

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