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Corey Anderson

Allrounder

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Did you know?

He scored an ODI century off 36 balls in January 2014.

Allrounder

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AGE
27
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Christchurch

COUNTRY

New Zealand

New Zealand

Bio

An allrounder with plenty of potential, Corey Anderson was quick to make an impression on world cricket in his first 12 months of international cricket.

The Christchurch-born player made his one-day international debut against England in mid-2013 and has since scored more than 450 runs with an average above 36 and a strike rate above 150.

In January 2014 Anderson set a record for the fastest ODI century when he reached three figures off 36 balls against West Indies. 

Later that same month, he took 5-64 against India to show his genuine all-round talent.

Anderson made his Test debut in October 2013 against Bangladesh and scored one century, one fifty and took 13 wickets in his first nine matches.

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