Carlos Brathwaite

West Indies|Allrounder
Carlos Brathwaite
INTL CAREER: 2011 - 2019
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Full Name

Carlos Ricardo Brathwaite

Born

July 18, 1988, Barbados

Age

33y 346d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium

Playing Role

Allrounder

TEAMS

Carlos Brathwaite wrote himself into West Indies history books by hitting four successive sixes to finish off England in the last over of the 2016 World T20 final. A hard-hitting allrounder, Brathwaite made his international debut in the limited-overs formats in 2011 but it was his contributions to West Indies' Test series in Australia in 2015-16 that helped gain him an IPL contract. He then proved the wisdom of Delhi Daredevils' decision to sign him above more high-profile names by taking 3 for 23 and clubbing 34 from 10 balls to give West Indies their second World T20 title.

Brathwaite provided a glimpse of his talent when he announced himself with a haul of 7 for 90 on his first-class debut against Trinidad & Tobago, and backed it up with a consistent season that yielded 26 sticks in eight games. His performances won early recognition when he was picked for the Bangladesh tour later in 2011, making his his ODI and T20I debuts, but he had to wait more than three years for his next chance. He made a comeback to the limited-overs formats on the tour of South Africa in January 2015, before making his Test debut on the tour of Australia in December 2015.

Despite West Indies' overall struggles, he impressed in his first two Tests. At the Boxing Day game in Melbourne, he helped Darren Bravo stem a first-innings collapse with a 59 on debut at No. 8. In the rain-affected Sydney Test, he struck a lively 71-ball 69. During the IPL 2016 player auction, he attracted a surprise bid of Rs 4.2 crore (US$620,000) from Delhi Daredevils, 14 times his base price of Rs 30 lakh. A couple of months later, with West Indies needing 19 from six balls, he completed victory over England in the most emphatic manner possible to confirm his dramatic rise.
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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Test3511816945.2528463.730312700
ODI4437355910116.4461491.04113824110
T20I4127631037*14.76274113.13001322190
FC39649152210927.6719200
List A927811135011320.1424310
T2023518142222864*16.021640135.8504142144980
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test3440824211/301/139242.003.55408.0000
ODI444018251766435/275/2741.065.8042.4210
T20I41397091013313/203/2032.678.5722.8000
FC396644722098887/909/6123.842.8150.8620
List A9285350030181055/275/2728.745.1733.3410
T20235223414856962104/154/1527.128.2319.7400
Carlos Ricardo Brathwaite
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Recent Matches - Player
MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
Bears vs WORCS00/1224-Jun-2022BirminghamT20
Bears vs Northants--1/4322-Jun-2022NorthamptonT20
Bears vs Derbyshire181/2919-Jun-2022BirminghamT20
Bears vs Notts--3/3117-Jun-2022NottinghamT20
Bears vs Yorkshire40/2310-Jun-2022BirminghamT20
Videos
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Jake Lintott gets a hug from Carlos Brathwaite
Carlos Brathwaite celebrates a wicket
Jamaica Tallawahs produced a fine all-round performance
Carlos Brathwaite goes for the ropes
Carlos Brathwaite bows after removing Moeen Ali
Carlos Brathwaite has been a potent force with the ball in the Blast