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Sangakkara created World Cup record

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Sri Lankan star player Kumar Sangakkara on SUnday turned into the main cricketer to score three back to back hundreds of years in a World Cup. He attained to this deed in the Pool A match against Australia in Sydney.

The 37-Year-Old scored his ODI 24th Ton in his 402nd Match. Lamentably, Sri Lanka missed the mark regarding focus on (377) by 65 hurries to help Australia achieve Quarter Finals.


Truth be told, Sangakkara is just the second cricketer in history to score more than 14,000 runs in ODIs. He is just beside Cricket God Sachin Tendulkar.

Kumar Sangakkara will resign from ODIs after the progressing World Cup. He as of now quit T20 in the wake of winning World T20 2014 and will be saying farewell to Tests in August not long from now after India arrangement.


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