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Carlos Brathwaite

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NameCarlos Brathwaite
BornJuly 18, 1988
Barbados
Age32 years 17 days
TeamsWest Indies, Barbados Tridents, Antigua Hawksbills, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Delhi Capitals, Barisal Bulls, Sydney Thunder, West Indies Cricket Board President XI, UWI Vice Chancellors XI, Khulna Titans, Sydney Sixers, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kent, Rajputs, Kolkata Knight Riders, Lahore Qalandars, Peshawar Zalmi, Jamaica Tallawahs
NicknameBrathwaite
Bat StyleRight Handed Bat
Bowl StyleRight-arm fast-medium
Batting Statistics
Batting Statistics for Carlos Brathwaite. Profile Updated On 04 Tuesday August 2020 174000000000
TestODIT20IIPL
Mat3434116
Inn5372714
Runs181559310181
Avg45.2516.4414.7613.92
SR63.7391.04113.14163.06
HS691013743
NO1361
100s0100
50s3100
4s12381310
6s7242216
Bowling Statistics
Bowling Statistics for Carlos Brathwaite. Profile Updated On 04 Tuesday August 2020 174000000000
TestODIT20IIPL
Mat3434116
Inn4403916
Balls4081825709254
Runs24217661013379
Wkt1433113
BBI30 / 127 / 520 / 347 / 3
BBM139 / 127 / 520 / 347 / 3
Eco3.565.818.578.95
Avg242.041.0732.6829.15
5W0100
10W0000
Profile
Profile for Carlos Brathwaite. Profile Updated On 04 Tuesday August 2020 174000000000
Carlos Brathwaite is best known for hitting four consecutive sixes against Ben Stokes in the T20 WC 2016 final at the Eden Gardens, thus leading his team to a famous win over England. Few months later, with only eight T20 Internationals under his belt, he was named West Indies' T20I captain. He replaced Darren Sammy, who was left out of the squad for the two-match series against India in Florida.

Born in Barbados, Brathwaite first came into the limelight in his debut first-class season in 2011. He had a fantastic debut match against Trinidad and Tobago as he took 7/90 in the second innings of the match. Brathwaite showed great consistency that season, snaffling 26 wickets in eight first-class games. He was rewarded for his performances with a place in the national team for the Bangladesh tour later that year.

He made his international debut in Dhaka, in a T20I against Bangladesh on October 2011. In fact, his ODI debut came only a week later against the same opposition. He was left out of the national squad after that, though, with no substantial contribution in those two games and his next call came about three years later.

A decent 2014-15 season earned him a place in the West Indies squad that travelled to South Africa in January 2015, but he couldn't make it to the World Cup squad that followed right after. Brathwaite was named in the West Indies' Test and ODI squads for the tour of Sri Lanka in October-November 2015.

His Test debut came against Australia in Melbourne later that year. A bowling all-rounder, Brathwaite registered bowling figures of 0/109 but then went on to score a gutsy 59 at No.8, following it up with a more fluent 69 off 71 balls in the rain-affected drawn Sydney Test. Brathwaite's form has dipped since his famous 10-ball 34 against England in Kolkata but he continues to be a big part of Windies' plans going ahead.

IPL through the years

'Remember the name' - chirped Ian Bishop on air after the heroics of the 2016 T20 WC final in Kolkata when Carlos Brathwaite stole victory and the T20 WC title from Ben Stokes' and England's grasp. Since then, the Windies all-rounder has been hot property at the Indian Premier League (IPL), having already represented three franchises over a period of four seasons.

Having been brought by the then Delhi Daredevils at 14 times his base price (from rupees 30 lakhs to 4.2 crores), Brathwaite didn't quite live up to the billing - despite decent opportunities with both bat and ball. After two tough seasons, he left for the greener pastures of Hyderabad. Coming into the squad at the back end of the tournament, Brathwaite scored at a good clip and was very effective with the ball - as his franchise made it to the final of the 2018 edition of the championships.

Those performances came in handy for Brathwaite as Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) came calling with a whopping 5 crore bid - making him their third West Indian buy, after Sunil Narine and Andre Russell.


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