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Carlos Brathwaite


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BATTING STATS

GAME TYPE M INN RUNS BF NO AVG SR 100s 50s HS 4s 6s CT ST
ODIs 44 37 559 614 3 16.44 91.04 1 1 101 38 24 11 0
TESTs 3 5 181 284 1 45.25 63.73 0 3 69 12 7 0 0
T20s 41 27 310 274 6 14.76 113.14 0 0 37 13 22 19 0
BOWLING STATS

GAME TYPE M INN OVERS RUNS WKTS AVG ECO BEST 5Ws 10Ws
ODIs 44 40 304 1766 43 41.07 5.81 27/5 1 0
TESTs 3 4 68 242 1 242.00 3.56 30/1 0 0
T20s 41 39 118 1013 31 32.68 8.57 20/3 0 0
ABOUT

Carlos Brathwaite Biography


Carlos Brathwaite is a West Indies cricketer, who plays as a right arm fast medium bowling all-rounder. Carlos was born on 18 July 1988 in Barbados.


Background


His first impressive performance came against Trinidad and Tobago where he took 7 for 90 for Barbados. He had a successful overall tour where he took a total of 26 wickets in eight games.


Debut


In 2011, Brathwaite made his international debut in a T20 against Bangladesh. After few days, he made his ODI debut too. He could pick up just one wicket in his T20 debut and went wicketless in the maiden ODI.


After very unsuccessful performances in both the matches, he was dropped from the side and was ignored for three long years.


He played his maiden Test in 2015 but has played only three Tests till now.


Rise to Glory


His comeback in international cricket in 2015 was a turning point in his career. He became a regular member of the team after his performance of chasing 19 runs in the 2016 ICC World T20 final in the final over. He hit four sixes off Ben Stokes in the final over to win that dramatic match.


Captaincy


In 2016, Carlos Brathwaite replaced Darren Sammy to become the captain of West Indies during the Indian series in Florida. He is still the captain of West Indies T20 side.


Club Career


After his performance in 2016 World Twenty20 final, Brathwaite was bought for a whopping Rs. 4.2 crores by Delhi Daredevils in the 2016 edition of the Indian Premier League.


He also helped the Dublin based Leinster Cricket Club to win the Bob Kerr Irish Senior Cup in 2009 defeating Donemana Cricket Club in the final.

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