Brett Lee Career Statistics in all Formats of the Game

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BRETT LEE

brett-4Brett lee, one of the most popular and marketable cricketer of the world, was born on November 8, 1976 in Wollongong, New South Wales. He started his international career in 2007 soon after the retirement of McGrath and Shane Warne. He took over as a spirit of the Australian attack climbing fifty eight wickets in the next nine test an average of under 22. He was a right arm fast bowler with a height of 1.87 metre. Since 2003, he was always remain under the list of top ten bowlers and in 2006 ranked as No. 1 bowler by International Cricket Council. Brett Lee the handsome Speedster from Australia on 13 July 2012, he retired from all forms of international cricket after a calf injury cut short his tour of England with Australia’s One-Day International team.

But Brett Lee fans can see him play in the Indian Premiere League and the Big Bash Twenty 20 Tournaments in the future.

Test Career Bowling:

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Bret Lee was started his test career by playing against India at Melbourne on Dec 26-30 in 1999. He finished his test career in 2008 with incredible test records. He played 76 test matches during the whole career for 310 wickets including 10 five-wicket hauls. His career best bowling was 5-30. His economy rate was always too good and it was around 3.48.

It is important to mention five test half centuries of Brett Lee and handy batting average of around thirty. He scored 9554 runs In just 90 innings of his test career.

  • Matches– 76
  • Innings– 90
  • Balls– 16495
  • Maidens– 547
  • Runs– 9554
  • Wickets– 310
  • Best bowling– 5-30
  • Average– 30.82
  • 5 Wicket Hauls– 10
  • Economy rate– 3.48

One Day International Career Bowling:

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The One Day International test debut of Bret Lee was against Pakistan at Brisbane on June 9, 2000/ In one day international leaves undisputedly one of the all time greats, finishing his career level with the great Gren McGrath with 380 wickets including 9 five-wicket hauls and possessing one of the best strike rate in cricket history. He played total 217 one day international matches during the whole career with an economy rate of 4.77. His best bowling is 5-22. He also did Hat-trick during world cup 2003 against Kenya. He was the first Australian bowler who did Hat-trick during the mega event. He was also good with the bat and scored 8740 runs in 107 innings with an average of over 20.

  • Matches– 217
  • Innings – 107
  • Balls– 11005
  • Maidens– 138
  • Runs– 8740
  • Wickets– 380
  • Best bowling– 5-22
  • Average– 23.18
  • 5 Wicket Hauls-9
  • Economy rate– 4.77

Twenty-Twenty International Career Bowling:

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He started his Twenty 20 international career by playing against New Zealand at Auckland on February 17, 2005.He had a small career in twenty 20 International, played only 25 matches and got 28 wickets in total. His best bowling was 3-23. The economy rate of Brett Lee is 7.89. He also played well with bat at the time of need and never let down his team. He scored 714 runs in just 12 innings with an average of above 25.

  • Matches– 25
  • Innings – 12
  • Balls– 543
  • Runs– 714
  • Wickets– 28
  • Best bowling– 3-23
  • Average– 25.50
  • Economy rate– 7.89

 

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