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At 433 wickets, with records galore, Rangana Herath calls it a day

Ranaga Herath ends his career third in the list of most 10-wicket hauls in Test cricket, behind Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne. He picked up 398 of his 433 Test wickets after 30.

Sri Lanka vs England 1st Test: Rangana Herath joins history books in farewell Test at Galle

Murali Muralitharan had taken 100 wickets or more at Galle, Kandy and SSC Colombo, while England paceman James Anderson holds the record at Lord's.

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Sri Lanka vs England 1st Test: With Rangana Herath, end of that ’90s show

Only active player to make his debut in the last century, Rangana Herath will retire after the first Test against England in Galle

Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath to retire after first England Test

Among the currently active bowlers, Rangana Herath has the third best tally - behind James Anderson [564] and Stuart Broad [433].

I feel we have started another journey with the Test team, says Rangana Herath

Rangana Herath hailed the Islanders victory over Bangladesh in the second Test match at Dhaka on Saturday.

India vs Sri Lanka: Rangana Herath expects Eden pitch to assist spinners on final day

Rangana Herath top-scored for his side with 67 in first innings in Kolkata as the visitors compiled a total of 294

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Sachin Tendulkar all-praise for 'silent warrior' Rangana Herath

Sachin Tendulkar tweeted, "Tremendous achievement to get to 400 test wickets by one of the silent warriors of @OfficialSLC! Congratulations and we'll done, @HerathRSL!"

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: Relieved that I don't have to bowl against Misbah-ul-Haq, Younis Khan, says Rangana Herath

Ahead of the two-Test series, Rangana Herath said, "Pakistan will face a situation like us [Sri Lanka] when we lost Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara around the same time."

Never tried to emulate what Muttiah Muralitharan did on the field: Rangana Herath

Rangana Herath's better part of the career was overshadowed by the presence of Sri Lanka spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan.

Lanka hit back as Herath takes five wickets

Pakistan trailed Sri Lanka by 76 runs.

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