Where is Alastair Cook now?

Where is Alastair Cook now?

Essex County Cricket ClubBatsman
Alastair Cook/Current teams

Is Alastair Cook married?

Alice Huntm. 2011
Alastair Cook/Spouse

How old is Alastair Cook?

36 years (December 25, 1984)
Alastair Cook/Age

Who was Alastair Cook’s Test wicket?

Ishant Sharma
In a high-scoring match that was meandering towards a draw, Cook brought on himself for a trundle and took a wicket in the final over of the match, getting Ishant Sharma to faintly flick a ball down the leg side into the hands of Matt Prior.

Why did Kevin Pietersen retire?

Pietersen was axed from the England squad for the 2012 Lord’s Test against the Proteas after it was revealed that he sent texts about Andrew Strauss and then-coach Andy Flower to the rival team players during the Headingley Test.

Why Vivian Richards is called sir?

As a captain, he won 27 of 50 Test matches and lost only 8. He also scored nearly 7,000 runs in One Day Internationals and more than 36,000 in first-class cricket. Knighted for his contributions to cricket, today Richards is an occasional cricket commentator and team mentor.

Why Alastair Cook is called sir?

The latest cricketer to receive a knighthood for services to the game was Alastair Cook. The fifth highest Test run scorer of all time was knighted in 2019 (Gazette issue 62507), following his MBE in 2011 (Gazette issue 59808) and CBE in 2016 (Gazette issue 61608).

Is Alastair cooking a legend?

Five performances that defined the course of retiring England legend Alastair Cook’s career. Alastair Cook announced that he will retire from international cricket after the fifth and final Test of the home series against India. In all, the tough left-hander has scored 32 Test hundreds and 56 half-centuries.

Who scored most runs in Test cricket?

Sachin Tendulkar
The leading run-scorer of all time in cricket test matches is India’s Sachin Tendulkar. Nicknamed “The Little Master”, Tendulkar scored 15,921 in his test match career spanning from 1989 to 2013.

How tall was David Smith when he played for Surrey?

Standing 6 feet 4 inches tall, Smith was a dominating opening batsman, particularly renowned for his skill and bravery in facing fast bowling. His volatile nature saw him sacked and re-employed three times by Surrey.

Why did David Smith move to Sussex cricket team?

After failing in his debut Test in Kingston, he top scored in both innings against the formidable West Indies attack in the second Test, before missing the rest of the tour with a back injury. After a brief return to Surrey, he moved to Sussex in 1989, and that winter was again summoned to the Caribbean after an injury to Graham Gooch.

When did David Smith move from Surrey to Worcestershire?

His volatile nature saw him sacked and re-employed three times by Surrey. He began his county career at Surrey in 1973, spending over a decade there before moving to Worcestershire in 1984, and was then selected for the England tour to the West Indies in 1985–86.