Sri Lanka has determined to construct the nation's largest cricket stadium in Homagama, on which former captain Mahela Jayawardene has questioned that the present infrastructure itself is just not being totally utilized.
The authorities, together with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), introduced on Sunday that it might construct the nation's largest cricket stadium in Homagama unfold over 26 acres with an viewers capability of 60000. It will value $ 300 million.
Jayawardene tweeted, "If we do not play so much international or first-class cricket in the existing stadiums, then what other need is there." Sri Lanka at present has eight worldwide stadiums at Kandy, Gaul, Colombo, Hambantota, Dambulla, Pallekele and Moratuwa. <! –
We don't even play sufficient worldwide cricket or home top quality cricket within the present stadiums we have now. Do we’d like one other one? https://t.co/8CgmgiDyy1
– Mahela Jayawardena (@MahelaJay) May 17, 2020
Jayawardene, 42, has performed 149 Tests and 448 ODIs for Sri Lanka. He has scored 11814 runs in Tests whereas has scored 12650 runs in ODIs.