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David Miller


ABOUT

Full NameDavid Andrew Miller

BornJune 10, 1989

Height6 ft (1.83 m )

NationalitySouth African

RoleMiddle Order Batsman / Left Hand Batsman

Relation(s)Andrew Miller (Father)

MOST RECENT MATCHES

MATCH RUNS BF 4s 6s SR OVERS MO RC WKTS ECO EX
IND vs SA 9 7 0 1 128.57 0 0 0 0 0 0
IND vs SA 3 5 0 0 60.00 0 0 0 0 0 0
IND vs SA 20 15 1 1 133.33 0 0 0 0 0 0
IND vs SA 64 31 4 5 206.45 0 0 0 0 0 0
RR vs GT 32 19 3 1 168.42 0 0 0 0 0 0
BATTING STATS

GAME TYPE M INN RUNS BF NO AVG SR 100s 50s HS 4s 6s CT ST
ODIs 143 122 3503 3467 36 40.73 101.03 5 17 139 260 96 64 0
T20Is 99 87 1882 1328 29 32.44 141.71 1 5 101 124 86 70 1
T20s 381 347 8445 6085 115 36.40 138.78 3 41 120 597 375 235 1
LISTAs 245 212 6509 6536 53 40.93 99.58 9 39 139 495 181 109 0
FIRSTCLASS 63 99 3342 5782 7 36.32 57.80 6 19 177 459 42 73 0
BOWLING STATS

GAME TYPE M INN OVERS RUNS WKTS AVG ECO BEST 5Ws 10Ws
ODIs 143 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T20Is 99 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T20s 381 3 3 31 0 10.33 0 0 0
LISTAs 245 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
FIRSTCLASS 63 4 8.2 42 0 5.04 0 0 0
ABOUT

David Miller aka Killer Miller might look shy and reserved in his demeanor but the talented southpaw knows how to use the long lever to good effect. A mainstay in the limited overs setup of South Africa, Miller is yet to reach his full potential on the world stage.


Table of Contents


  1. David Miller: Over the Years
  2. Career
  3. Family


David Miller: Over the Years


Year Age Achievement
200819First Class debut
200819List-A debut
201021ODI Debut against West Indies
201021T20I debut against West Indies
201122Selected for the preliminary squad for 2011 WC
201122Joined Kings XI Punjab
201324Scored maiden IPL century
201526Maiden ODI century
201526Selected for 50 over WC
201728Selected for Champions Trophy
201829Went to Rajasthan Royals
201930Selected for 2019 CWC


Career


Domestic career


South Africa v England - 2nd T20 International


Miller made his first-class debut in the Dolphins' final game of the 2007–08 domestic SuperSport Series, scoring a half-century in the first innings in which he batted. Miller made eight appearances in the one-day MTN Domestic Championship competition of the same season, though his final match was abandoned after just three overs. Miller scored an average of 13 runs throughout the competition, which saw the Dolphins finish in fifth place in the league. He was part of a South African A side that took on Bangladesh A and finished as the second-highest run-scorer, which earned him a senior call-up.


IPL Career


Miller was signed up by Punjab for the 2011 IPL season for a price of $100,000 as a replacement for Dimitri Mascarenhas but did not play in a single game. Playing for the Kings XI Punjab in the 2013 Indian Premier League, Miller scored third-fastest IPL century with a score of 101* in just 38 balls in Mohali and contributed towards remaking statistics. He scored 418 runs at an average 59.71. He scored three fifties and a hundred. This is from where he got christened as Killer Miller by his fans.

However, with the team’s poor performance, he was dropped from the captaincy post and was not retained by the team during 2018 IPL retention.

After playing for Kings XI Punjab over number of years, David Miller was bought by Rajasthan Royals bought the South African for INR 75 lakh during the IPL Players Auction ahead of IPL 2020. The left-handed batsman has grown to become South Africa’s middle order mainstay and will be an important member for RR. While he has moved from KXIP to RR, expect Miller to unleash himself in IPL 2020 as RR look to win their second IPL title.


ODI Career


Miller made his ODI debut against West Indies on 22 May 2010. He put in another good performance, scoring 23 not out and helping South Africa to victory. Due to his remarkable performance, he was named in South Africa's preliminary 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup squad but did not make the final cut.

It took till 2015 for Miller's first ODI century: 130 against West Indies in January. He started the tournament with a bang scoring 138 off just 92 balls against Zimbabwe in South Africa's first game. He put up a 256-run stand along with Jean Paul Duminy (115*), the highest partnership for the fifth-wicket in all World Cups.Miller also went on to play a whirlwind cameo in the all-important semifinal against New Zealand, smashing 49 off just 18 balls but still ended up on the losing side. After a successful IPL season, he was also named in the South African squad for the Champions Trophy. He was also a part of the 2019 Cricket World Cup but just like South Africa, his performance was abysmal in the tournament. He played 6 matches and only managed to score 138 runs.


T20 Career


In his debut T20 match in May 2010, he scored 33 off 26 balls with Proteas eventually winning the match by a single run. In 2017, in the 2nd T20I against Bangladesh, he scored his first century in a T20I and made the fastest century in a T20I (35 balls).


Family


David Miller was born on 10 June 1989 in Pietermaritzburg. Not alien with the concept of cricket, David grew in a family wherein his father was club level cricketer who encouraged him to pursue cricket as his profession.


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