PUNE (India) Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sangakkara was invited by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to address their members in Singapore, it is learnt here. Speaking to this scribe, the 33-year-old Sri Lankan skipper Sangakkara said, It was an honour to address the ICC members. I was invited as a keynote guest speaker and gave my views in general on the game. Sangakkara is multilingual, being able to speak in Sinhalese, Tamil and English and is often seen as the unofficial spokesman of the cricket team. He is currently a law student at the Sri Lanka Law College and he is also ICCs cricket committee member. Sangakkara went to Singapore with his wife Yehali and twins (a girl and boy) who completed one year on June 30. At the ICC Members Forum, Sangakkara was very impressive in his speech on 'vision of cricket, a member of the ICC who attended his lecture, said. He discussed the three formats (Test, ODIs and T20) of the game and suggested to keep balance among them. He also advised the board members to adhere the FTP (Future Tour Program) by arranging home and away series in every two years. He was of the opinion to adhere to the Test cricket, the source added.