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Christopher Henry Morris is a South African international cricketer born in Transvaal province. In South Africa, he has played the role of right-arm fast-medium bowler. He also made an important contribution to the team as the bottom line batsman, with a strike rate of more than 175. Highveld Lions play for first-class cricket and List A cricket. Also, Chris Morris is representing Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League.

Player life

On December 21, 2012, the Twenty20 International debut against New Zealand, Morris made his debut. After taking two wickets for 19 runs, he was forced to leave the ground due to injuries. He made his ODI debut on June 10 in the ICC Champions Trophy tournament against Pakistan on June 10.

Domestic cricket

Chennai Super Kings have been included in the 2013 Indian Premier League auction for $ 625,000. In 2014, knee surgery was done in ankle. After recovering, Johannesburg started playing with Lions team in the 2014-15 season. In the 2015 IPL auction, the Rajasthan Royals authorities included him in the squad. On April 10, 2015, Kings XI Punjab made his debut against Kings XI Punjab.

Hashim Mohammed Amla (born 31 March 1983) is a South African cricketer. Right hand batsman Amla is a top batsman in the list of right-handed batsmen and at times a South African bowler who has played three Test matches in South Africa and a limited-overs batsman. The International Cricket Council as the World No. 4 player in Tests and ODIs currently ranks him. Amla made 311 not out against England in 2012, becoming the first South Africater to score a triple century in Tests. In his one-day international career, Amla was able to form the highest ever batsman in the ODI rankings at 3,000, making him less than 12 innings on the score of Sir Vivian Richards. Likewise, on December 8, 2013, he was able to accumulate 4,000 ODIs, and he managed to make 8 innings less than Sir Vivian Richards. In his 57th game, Hashim Amla was the fastest cricketer to have scored 10 centuries in the ODI. In the ICC’s record, Hashim Amla became the head in both Test and ODI rankings at the same time, and was the first batsman after Rick Ponting. In Wisden, he was named one of the cricketers in 2013

Personal life

Amala practicing in fielding practices at the Adelaide Oval, January 2009

Amla, born to a South African Indian Muslim family with relatives with Gujarat, is a Muslim Muslim.

His elder brother, Ahmed Amla, a well-known cricketer, performed his maiden two years ago by Hashim, and returned to lead the dolphins.

The first few years and local inspiration

After Durban High School graduated and became popular in the youth circle, Amla was able to get the lead in his local team, Natal Dolphins, while South Africa led the team in New Zealand in the 19th World Cup cricket world cup at New Zealand in 2002, Leading. During his debut years, Hilly Akerman, former Western Province captain and trainer greatly influenced Amala’s promotion, and he was able to identify his talent and sharpen his skills. As a result of his predecessors, at the age of 12, he was appointed as the captain of the Keppulou-Natal team. From the first-class matches, Amla Dadam was appointed as the future captain in South Africa. In 2013, Amla Dolphins transferred groups to Cape Cobras.

International prosperity

With his appointment as captain of the Dolphin team, Amla collected four centuries in his first innings of the 2004-2005 South African domestic game.

Dale Willem Stan (born 27 June 1983) is a South African cricketer who plays all the formats of the game. They are widely considered to be one of the greatest fast bowlers of all time. At present, he has the best strike rate of bowling in Test match cricket (among bowlers, who have scored minimum 10,000). In 2007-08, Stan achieved 78 wickets at an average of 16.24 and was later rewarded with the prestigious ICC 2008 Test Cricketer of the Year Award. He was named one of the Wisden Cricketers in 2013. He was named Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for 2013 in Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack in 2014.

During the peak of his career, Stane scored 263 weeks between 2008 and 2014 at number one in the ICC Test rankings. Sri Lankan Muttiah Muralitharan is next in the list with 214 weeks. In terms of days, Stan has spent 2,356 days at the top of 6 October 2016, which is highest by any bowler after World War II. In October 2012, South African Test cricketer Alan Donald called South African pace attack. , Which was part of Stan Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel, has built the best south yet. [10] In the Hollywood movie Blended 2014, Stan played a cameo as himself.  In December 2018, during the first Test against Pakistan, Steyn became the leading wicket taker for South Africa in test cricket, which was earlier with All-rounder and former captain Shaun Pollock.

2004-2007: On the opening day, Steyn debuted for South Africa on 17 December 2004 in the first Test of England tour. Marcus was Trescothick, his first victim in Test cricket, which he bowled at fast speeds. However, his overall performance was very low, he took eight wickets at an average of 52.00 and in the second innings of the fourth Test in January 2005, he was dropped after England’s poor bowling in the second innings, he nine Eight ball bowled in over 47 runs England won the match by 77 runs.

Later that year, in the Afro-Asia Cup 2005/06, Stan was taken in the squad for the African XI, and he made his ODI debut on 17 August 2005. The African XI won this match, in which Stain bowled with the best batsman. Ashish Nehra won by two runs. In the match against Australia in Melbourne, Stan made his One Day International debut for South Africa on January 20, 2006, this match was part of the 2005-06 VB Series. Stan did not particularly bowl well, and after another low performance against Sri Lanka, he got out of consideration for the South African ODI team.

After a strong season for playing domestic cricket for the Titans, Stan was recalled to the Test team to play in New Zealand in April 2006. He responded with his five wickets in the first Test in Centurion, scoring a run through New Zealand. Batting lineup with Makhaya Ntini as New Zealand was all out for 120 to win by 248. He finished the three test series with 16 wickets at 26.00 and performed brilliantly.

In July and August 2006, Stan was included in the Test team to play in a two-match series in Sri Lanka. In his first foreign test at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Colombo, he took 3 wickets for 129 runs, when Sri Lanka made 756 runs. 5, together with Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene, became the highest Test match partnership (624 runs) ever. South Africa lost by an innings and 153 runs. In the second Test, at the Pankhiyothi Sarwanmutu Stadium in Colombo, Steyn made his second five-wicket haul in the Test innings during Sri Lanka’s first innings, but in the second innings, Sri Lanka made a 2-0 series whitewash. Sealed victory with one wicket. . Stan finished the series with eight wickets at an average of 36.50.

2007-2011: A successful year, Stan has kept his Test place for the three-match home series against India. He picked up an injury while bowling in the first innings of India in the first Test in Johannesburg, who stopped him from taking a lot of part in the game and also dropped out of the second Test. He returned to play in the decisive 3rd Test match in Cape Town and bowled well, took 88 runs in the match for six wickets, as South Africa won the match and series. He finished the series with an average of 19.00, with six wickets.

Regardless of his strong performance despite his return to the side in the third Test against India, Stan missed the first two Tests against Pakistan, the selectors opted to play the four-man attack featuring full-time spinner Paul Harris. He returned to Cape Town in the third Test when the selectors decided to give rest to Andre Nel and Shaun Pollock for the preparation for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. He took four wickets for 87 runs in the match because South Africa won this match by 5 wickets and won the series 2-1. Since this was his only match, his average was 21.75 for the series.

Stan was recalled to the South African ODI team in June 2007 and played against Ireland, India and Zimbabwe in three matches between June and August. He achieved mixed success in all three matches, but taking wickets proved costly.

Stan was selected for the Test team for the tour of Pakistan in October, and both played in the Test. In the first Test in Karachi, during the second innings of Pakistan, he took five wickets in his third Test, as Pakistan were dismissed for 264 runs and 424 runs. He had an accurate second test, in which the match was drawn, in which South Africa took the series 1-0 and finished the series with nine wickets on 24.66.

Stan was now an established member of the Test team, and he produced his best series performance in November of the two Test matches against New Zealand in November. In the first Test in Johannesburg, he took his fourth and fifth wicket with five wickets (5/35 and 5/59) and his first ten wicket match as New Zealand, with 358 runs, South Africa gave the difference of the biggest win in terms of runs . to date. Stan was also honored with his first Test Man-of-the-Match award. This destructive form continued in the second Test in Centurion where he picked up 4/42 in the first innings and in his sixth five wicket haul (6/49) to help South Africa win by an innings and 59 runs. His second ten wicket match brought him his second Man of the Match award in the second consecutive match, and the performance of a series of 20 wickets at an average of 9.20 gave him his first Man of the Series award. On his performance, he entered the top five of ICC rankings for Test bowlers for the first time in his career.

He made his Twenty20 debut in the one-sided game against New Zealand on 23 November 2007 and took Scott Styris’s wicket and gave only 17 runs in his four overs. He also participated in the third one-day international match in Cape Town, where he got partial success, taking New Zealand’s openers, Brendon McCullum and Low Vincent, but scored 50 runs from nine overs.

Stan’s next international appearance was in the first T20 International against the West Indies. He achieved extraordinary figures of 4/9 in three overs, in which all four wicket pictures were perfect yorkers, but unable to stop the West Indies chasing the target of 59 runs in 13 overs in the rain.

Stan’s form continued in the Test series. He had a very nostalgic match in the first Test in Port Elizabeth, with 5/188 runs in the match, the West Indies won his first Test match for two and a half years, although he scored his highest Test match score. Date, 33 in the second innings of South Africa, not out He collected figures of 4/60 and 4/44 in the second Test in Cape Town because South Africa wrapped the series and once again proved their worth in deciding the third Test in Durban taking 1/18 and 6/72. His seventh five wicket fell in the West Indies, with an innings and 100 runs. Their 20 wickets on 19.10 He received his second consecutive Man-of-the-Series award.

He played in the first three matches of the One Day Internationals, but did not match his Test success, and he was abandoned after failing to go for 62 runs in his 10 overs and failed to take a wicket during the third match in Port Elizabeth. . He was recalled back to the fifth match in Johannesburg, but struggled again, took a wicket but scored 78 runs in ten overs.

In the first Test of the series against Bangladesh in Dhaka in the first match of the series, Stan helped South Africa to avoid a shameful defeat. Bangladesh were dismissed for 192 in their first innings, in which Stan claimed 3/27, but then South Africa were dismissed for 170 runs, giving the hosts a 22-run lead. However, Steyn (4/48) then combined with Jacques Kallis (5/30) to stop Bangladesh at 182, and succeeded in winning the five-wicket victory on the fourth day of the South Africa match. South Africa won the second Test in Chittagong (by an innings and 205 runs) and Stan returned figures of 4/66 and 3/35 and gave him 14 wickets in the series at an average of 12.57 Who gave him victory. His third consecutive Man of the Series award is. When Steyn dismissed Junaid Siddiqui in Bangladesh’s first innings (in his 20th match), he claimed to record the record of reaching 100 wickets in South Africa’s fastest Test, beating Hauges Tafeld’s 21-match record. He keeps a record between all the players who are currently playing Test cricket.

In the last one-day international match of the three-match series, without taking a wicket, he scored 19 runs in just 8 overs. Some commentators described him as an important part of a South African team that will be involved in how to get involved in the three Test series against India, which can present a serious challenge to India, while others have predicted That he is playing against them. A strong batting lineup on pitches of the lifeless subcontinent

2012-2014: On January 2, 2013, famous for all time, Stan took out Doug Bracewell in the first session of the first Test of South Africa tour to take 300 Test wickets in 61 matches. He reached landmark in 8 years and 16 days to become the second fastest South African bowler in terms of time taken after Shaun Pollock.

He completed 51 Test wickets in 2013 with an average of 17.66 and a strike rate of 42. He completed 39 Test wickets in 2014 with an average of 19.56 and a strike rate of 37.6.

2015-present Edit Steyn scored 3/78 in the first innings of the first Test of Bangladesh in South Africa, which was due to rain due to rain. Stan took 16,634 balls to take 400 Test wickets and became the fastest bowler to throw balls. He took 400th wicket when Hashim Amla caught Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal in the slip on the first day of the second Test against Bangladesh on July 30, 2015. They completed the innings with figures of 3/30 and the second innings washed out with heavy rain

They completed the year 2015 with an average of 21.82, with 17 Test wickets and 44.8 strikes rate. After losing the right shoulder bone for the first time in Perth, Stan was pulled out of the Test series against Australia in 2016-17. They completed the year 2016 with 11 Test wickets, with an average of 13.90 and a strike rate of 30. After recovering from surgery, he missed the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy but after a few months he was kept in the South Africa A team for the England tour. However, he returned to competitive cricket in November 2017, one year after the injury, playing for Titans in the Ram Slam T20 Challenge. After 14 months of injury, Steyn played his first international Test match against India and took one wicket in only 14 balls. However, two days of the same test, Stain harmed his left heel. It gave them out of the rest of the series, with the recovery time of 4 to 6 weeks. After two days, they were excluded from the rest of the series.

On 14 July 2018, he equaled Shawn Pollock’s record of highest wicket-taker in South African Test history. On September 14, after two years absence, he was recalled to the South African ODI team. On October 3, he made his maiden half-century in ODI cricket in a 120-run victory against Zimbabwe.

In the first session of the Boxing Day Test at Supersport Park in Centurion, in December 2018, Stan became the leading wicket taker in South Africa’s Test side, taking 422 wickets, leaving Shaun Pollock who set a record for ten years. Was there.

Francois “Faf” du Plessis; born July 13, 1984 is a South African-born cricketer. As a member of the South African National Cricket Team, he has participated in many international cricket matches. He was announced as captain for the Twenty20 series against New Zealand’s national team. Later, on February 2013, Twenty20 internationals were nominated as full-time captains.

In the game of cricket, all-rounder batting right as well as leg spin bowling.

Early life

She studied at the African School of Higher Education in Africa, known as Afis, who is popular in Pretoria’s most popular government school. AB de Villiers, Jacques Rudolph and Hino Kan were his classmates who later participated in international cricket for Titan and South Africa. Also, he earned his graduation from the University of Pretoria University.

Player life

The South African domestic cricket league is playing for the Northern Cricket Team team. He is currently a member of the Titans team. Also, Lancashire, Chennai Super Kings and the Melbourne Renegades team are also playing.

Plessis was inducted into Test cricket in November 2012. He became the fourth South African cricketer to score a century in debut.

David André Miller (born 10 June 1989) is a South African cricketer. He is an elephant batsman and a right-arm slow bowler for domestic cricket in the Dolphin team and represented South African national cricket team in both one-day internationals and Twenty20 internationals.

Domestic life

Miller made his first-class cricket debut in the 2007-08 season in the SuperSport series dolphin, in which he scored half-century in the first innings.

International career

Miller made his national team debut in May 2010 for a series against South Africa A against the Bangladesh A team; Where he put his name as the second highest run scorer. He also made his Twenty20 International appearance for South Africa against the West Indies in Antigua on 20 May 2010. Miller was called in place of injured Jacques Kallis so that he helped South Africa win just one run and was the highest run scorer.

Cricket World Cup

On January 7, 2015, Cricket South Africa’s authorities publish a 15-member final list of South African cricket team under their leadership for the 2015 Cricket World Cup. Miller is nominated as one of the members of the team. He played against Zimbabwe in the 1st match of the group stage on February 15, 2015. In the 5th wicket partnership with JP Duminy, an incredible total of 256

The Africa Cricket team represents South Africa in major international cricket competitions, such as the World Cup, and in the three main forms of international cricket: Cricket Test, One-day International (ODI) and the international Twenty20. She is under the patronage of the South African Cricket Federation, Cricket South Africa (CSA).

She played her first test-match in 1899, becoming the third nation to practice this form of play. Isolated sportingly because of the apartheid regime from 1970, she returned to the international scene in 1991, when she played her first ODI .