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Keemo Paul

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NameKeemo Paul
BornFebruary 21, 1998
Guyana
Age23 years 50 days
TeamsWest Indies U19, Guyana Amazon Warriors, West Indies A, West Indies, Delhi Capitals, Montreal Tigers, Quetta Gladiators, Hobart Hurricanes, West Indians
NicknameKeemo Paul
Bat StyleRight Handed Bat
Bowl StyleRight-arm fast-medium
Batting Statistics
Batting Statistics for Keemo Paul. Profile Updated On 12 Monday April 2021 182916000000
TestODIT20IIPL
Mat319208
Inn613156
Runs9621416818
Avg16.023.7821.03.6
SR81.3689.92117.4875.0
HS4746297
NO0471
100s0000
50s0000
4s151581
6s49111
Bowling Statistics
Bowling Statistics for Keemo Paul. Profile Updated On 12 Monday April 2021 182916000000
TestODIT20IIPL
Mat319208
Inn519208
Balls342874432163
Runs189881643237
Wkt623249
BBI25 / 244 / 315 / 517 / 5
BBM59 / 344 / 315 / 517 / 5
Eco3.326.058.938.72
Avg31.538.326.7926.33
5W0010
10W0000
Profile
Profile for Keemo Paul. Profile Updated On 12 Monday April 2021 182916000000
A mankading incident at the Under-19 World Cup shook the cricketing world. The experts had divided opinions. Social media was abuzz with a name - Keemo Paul. The Guyanese teenager though by mankading a Zimbabwean batsman ensured Windies won that game and made it to the quarter-finals.

The Caribbean unit rampaged along and eventually won their first under-19 World Cup. The teenaged all-rounder picked up 7 wickets and scored 166 runs, which included the winning hit as well.

Logically, he got the world to talk more about him. But his skill-set were also a factor that had the world noticing him. A product of the Guyanese age group cricket, Keemo is inspired by state-mate Shivnarine Chanderpaul. Keemo Paul rightly so got to debut for the senior side in ODIs and T20Is. Not originally picked for the World Cup qualifiers in 2018, Paul came in as a replacement for Sheldon Cottrell.

The infamous mankading incident was still at the back of the mind of Zimbabwe cricket fans when Keemo Paul took field against Zimbabwe in the World Cup qualifier. They booed him whenever he came into the bowling attack. Keemo has been in and out of the Windies team since he made his debut. He has been identified as one of talented fast-bowler around but soon needs to convert his potential into consistent performance to become a regular feature in the Test as well as ODI team.