|Full name||Hewa Kaluhalamullage Suraj Randiv Kaluhalamulla|
30 January 1985|
Matara, Sri Lanka
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Relations||Rasmi Jinan (brother)|
|Test debut (cap 113)||26 July 2010 v India|
|Last Test||25 November 2012 v New Zealand|
|ODI debut (cap 139)||18 December 2009 v India|
|Last ODI||24 June 2016 v England|
|T20I debut (cap 35)||3 May 2010 v Zimbabwe|
|Last T20I||25 June 2011 v England|
|Domestic team information|
|2004-2007||Sinhalese Sports Club|
|2007||Nondescripts Cricket Club|
|2008-||Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club|
|2011-2012||Chennai Super Kings|
Source: Cricinfo, 24 March 2017
Hewa Kaluhalamullage Suraj Randiv Kaluhalamulla (born 30 January 1985 as Mohamed Marshuk Mohamed Suraj), popularly as Suraj Randiv, is a professional Sri Lankan cricketer, who plays all formats of the game.
A right arm offspinner, Suraj had a successful under-age career in Sri Lanka. He represented his country at under-15 and under-19 level and took 23 wickets in four matches at an Under-23 tournament of 2003-04. This effort caught the attention of Marvan Atapattu, who was influential in getting him over to Sinhalese Sports Club. He went on play for Sri Lanka A and Sri Lanka.
In December 2009, he replaced Muttiah Muralitharan in Sri Lanka's ODI squad in India and he made his debut in the second match of the series in Nagpur. He impressed by taking three wickets for 51 runs; Sri Lanka went on to win the match by three wickets.
On 16 August 2010, in an incident that drew considerable media attention, Randiv intentionally bowled a no-ball—overstepping the bowling mark by a significant margin—to Virender Sehwag—then on 99—that ensured a victory for India in the ODI, while denying Sehwag a chance to score a century. Sehwag hit the ball for six but as the winning run was registered as soon as the umpire signalled no-ball, Sehwag's shot was deemed to have been made after the end of the match. Randiv later apologised to Sehwag for use of the tactic; he was docked his match fees for the game and handed a one match suspension by Sri Lanka Cricket.
After 5 years of long period, Randiv was selected for England tour in 2016, where he played in the second ODI on 24 June 2016.
Career best performances
as of 10 July 2011
|Tests||12||Sri Lanka v West Indies||Galle||2010||5-82||Sri Lanka v India||Colombo (Oval)||2010|
|ODI||56||Sri Lanka v India||Mirpur||2010||5-42||Sri Lanka v England||Old Trafford||2011|
|T20I||6||Sri Lanka v New Zealand||Lauderhill||2010||3-20||Sri Lanka v Australia||Bridgetown||2010|
|FC||112||Bloomfield v Sri Lanka Army||Colombo (Bloomfield)||2009||9-62||Sinhalese v Colombo||Colombo (CCCG)||2006|
|LA||56||Sri Lanka v India||Mirpur||2010||5-15||Bloomfield v Ragama||Colombo (Bloomfield)||2009|
|T20||20||Sinhalese v Tamil Union||Colombo (Burgher)||2005||3-20||Sri Lanka v Australia||Bridgetown||2010|
Test 5 Wicket hauls
|1||5/82||2||India||P Sara Oval||Colombo||Sri Lanka||2010|
ODI 5 Wicket hauls
Man of the Match awards
|S No||Opponent||Venue||Date||Match Performance||Result|
|1||Zimbabwe||Queens Sports Club||1 June 2010||5–0–23–3 ; DNB||Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets.|
- End of another battle
- Suraj Randiv
- Battle of the Two Cities
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