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Lockie Ferguson, New Zealand’s Champ

Lockie Ferguson, the shining bowler from New Zealand, amused the spectators with his miraculous show. It is noteworthy that the 11th match of the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 was played in Chennai. It was held on October 13, 2023. Moreover, Bangladesh took the first turn. Yet they could not stand there much and lost the match.

Lockie Ferguson showed his bowling skills and yet ended with the win for New Zealand. The Bangladesh team could score 245 in 50 overs with only one wicket left. They were unable to stand before the glorious bowling of Lockie Ferguson. Lockie grabbed three major wickets.

The top scorers of Bangladesh’ were his prey, including Tanzid Hasan, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, and Shakib Al Hasan. It is to be noted that the bowler faced 49 runs in the 10 overs he bowled.

Personal Information of Lockie Ferguson

Lachian hammond Ferguson is also known as Lockie Ferguson. He was born in June 1991. The 32-year-old bowler was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He is a right-handed batsman as well as a right-arm fast bowler. He used to ball at 90mph. However, he has bowled at a maximum of 97.7mph.

Due to his pace, he is renowned in the cricket world for his searing pace and lethal bouncers.

Lockie Ferguson

Personal Information of Lockie Ferguson

NameLachian Hammond Ferguson
Date of BirthJune 13, 1991
Place of BirthAuckland, New Zealand
Batting StyleRight Handed Batsman
Bowling StyleRight Arm Fast Bowler
Height6’1”
Role in TeamBowler
Personal Information

International Career of Lockie Ferguson

Lockie Ferguson made his ODI debut in December 2016 against Australia. Moreover, he made his T20I debut in January 2017 against Bangladesh. However, he took two wickets there. Furthermore, he was awarded a new contract by

The New Zealand cricket team signed a contract with him in May 2018. Moreover, he was added to the 2019 World Cup squad of New Zealand. Hence, he took 50 wickets. Furthermore, he made his Test debut against Australia in November 2019.

Later on in November 2020, in T20I, he took the first five wicket haul. In addition, he was added to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup squad in August 2021.

Lockie Ferguson

International Details of  Lockie Ferguson

National TeamNew Zealand since 2016
Only TestDecember 12, 2019 against Australia
ODI DebutDecember 4, 2016 against Australia
Last ODIOctober 13, 2023 against Bangladesh
T20I DebutJanuary 3, 2017 against Bangladesh
Last T20ISeptember 1, 2023 against England
International Career

Quinton de Kock’s Career Statistics

Batting

FormatMatchesRuns50’s100’s
Tests1100
ODIs6011500
T20Is332300
FC4650500
List A9823300
T20s13625200
Batting Stats

Bowling

FormatsMatchesRunsWicketsBest Bowling
Tests1470
ODIs602904925/45
T20Is33903445/21
FC4640471657/34
List A9845441636/27
T20s1363742151
Bowling Stats

Fielding Stats

FormatsCatches
ODI14
T20I8
FC16
List A22
Fielding Stats

Domestic Career of Lockie Ferguson

Lockie Ferguson started his domestic career in February 2017 with the Rising Pune Supergiants team of the IPL. Moreover, he was associated with the Kolkata Knight Riders in December 2018.

 Later on, in March 2021, he was added to the Plunket Shield Season. He took his 150th first-class wicket there. Yorkshire County Cricket Club signed Ferguson ahead of the T20 Blast Competition 2021 in England.

However, Ferguson was associated with the Indian Premier League in 2022.

Lockie Ferguson

Domestic Team Information

YearTeam
2013- PresentAuckland
2017Rising PuneSupergiant
2018Derbyshire
2019-2021, 2023-presentKolkata Knight Riders
2021Yorkshire
2021Manchester Originals
2022Gujarat Titans
2023Welsh Fire
Domestic Career

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