Kumar Sangakkara's awareness of both cricket's importance to its ordinary fan and his selfless commitment to his country's cause may prove an increasing rarity in the Twenty20 era of inflated egos and even more inflated wages. It is this aspect of his legacy which will probably be missed most.
Kumar Sangakkara was given a guard of honour by the Indian cricket team as he walked out to bat in Sri Lanka's first innings during the second day of the second Test match between Sri Lanka and India at the P. Sara Oval in Colombo on August 21, 2015. The match is Sangakkara's final Test match.
Sri Lankan batting great Kumar Sangakkara made 18 in his final Test innings as India dominated fourth day's play in the second Test on Sunday to stand eight wickets away from a series-levelling victory.
Retiring home hero Kumar Sangakkara featured in a brief rebuilding act in his final Test as Sri Lanka reached 140-3 in reply to India's first innings total of 393 on day two of the second Test on Friday.
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