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Andre Russell Biography
Andre Russell Biography

Andre Russell came in the West Indies Test team in 2010 for the tour of Sri Lanka as a fast bowler. Taking the new ball for them in the Galle Test, he dismissed Dilshan second ball having hit him at mid-on. However, Russell has not played a Test since and has now become the typical modern cricketer - one who can hit it a mile and bowl to some crucial overs. He is also a good fielder, capable of athletic brilliance on the park.

Russell caught the eye with some performance In only his second ODI against England in the 2011 World Cup, he recorded a four-wicket haul and smashed 49. But, it was during the ODI series against India after the World Cup that he made a serious impression. In one of the games, he smashed a quickfire 92 not out to lift the West Indies

Later that year he recorded more impressive performances in India That helped Russell won a contract with the Delhi Daredevils in the IPL. He was also a part of the side that won the ICC World T20 2012

That hitting talent, when combined with the other facets, has helped him in England and Bangladesh. He had spent some time outside the West Indies side due to the inconsistencies. He was picked by the Kolkata Knight Riders at the IPL 2014 auction.

Although he did not play for a major part of his title-winning season, he made a mark in his first CLT20 2014 against Chennai Super Kings while he was defeated by a helpless position. This came at some of the breathtaking performances in the CPL, where he had been a critical part of the Jamaica Tallawahs franchise.

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Andre Russell Batting & Fielding Averages

Career M In R NO HS Avg BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Test 1 1 2 0 2* 2.000 9 22.22 0 0 0 0 1 0
ODIs 51 43 985 9 92* 28.97 753 130.8 0 4 90 53 11 0
T20s 43 35 345 11 43* 14.37 267 129.2 0 0 25 18 10 0
World Cup 10 9 156 2 49 22.28 114 136.8 0 0 9 12 4 0

Andre Russell Bowling Averages

Career M B R W Avg EC SR 5WI 10WM BBI BBM
Test 1 138 104 1 104.0 4.521 138 0 0 1/6 1/6
ODIs 51 2122 2066 64 32.28 5.841 33.15 0 0 4/20 4/20
T20s 43 511 787 21 37.47 9.240 24.33 0 0 2/10 2/10
World Cup 10 487 475 18 26.38 5.852 27.05 0 -- 4/49 4/20

Andre Russell Career statistics

Test Debut

Sri Lanka v West Indies at Galle International Stadium, Galle, November 15, 2010
Last Test

Sri Lanka v West Indies at Galle International Stadium, Galle, November 15, 2010
ODI Debut

Ireland v West Indies at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, March 11, 2011
Last ODI

Sri Lanka v West Indies at R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, November 1, 2015
T20 debut

West Indies v Pakistan at Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, April 21, 2011
Last T20

West Indies v India at Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill, August 28, 2016

"Andre Russell Biography"
Andre Russell Biography
Andre Russell Biography

Andre Russell Jamaica. West Indies. Are international cricket players. They play internationally for the West Indies and Jamaica at the domestic level. They are in the role of fast bowling all-rounder for their teams. Who also do useful bowling along with aggressive batting. In the Caribbean Premier League, he made headlines in 42 balls with a century (with 3 fours and 11 sixes). In the IPL they are Delhi Daredevils .2012-2013. And Kolkata Knight Riders. Have been part of the teams.

Andre Russell was born on April 29, 1998, at Dwayne Russell's house.
Major Performance in International Cricket

Andre Russell International career

Andre Russell started his international career in Test playing against Lanka in November 2010. Russell played his first ODI against Ireland in Mohali during the 2011 Cricket World Cup. In this match, they could not show any impression with the bat, and only 3 runs were scored. After the dismissal, the lower order batsmen could not even run, and the entire team had scored 267 runs at an average of 6 wickets and was all out for 275 runs.

However, in the bowling, he got only 37 runs in his 10 overs and got 1 wicket. This one wicket was also from Ireland's accumulated batsman Ed Joyce, who scored 84 runs out of 106 balls. After this wicket, Ireland's innings failed and West Indies managed to win this match by 44 runs.
In the same tournament, in the match against India in Chennai, he scored two for 46 in his two-wicket knock.

After the World Cup, the Kotha could not perform in the domestic series against Pakistan, but he was retained in the squad against the Indian team coming to the West Indies tour.

In the first two games of this tour, he was not kept in the team but in the third match, he made a lot of return from 64 balls, with 92 runs (with 8 fours and 5 sixes). However, he could not make the impact in bowling and could get only 1 wicket with 59 runs. His team also could not save the match and India won the remaining 22 balls in the 45th over.