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Top 6 attention-grabbing facts about the kiwi’s all-rounder: Scott Styris

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Happy birthday scott styris.!

Born July 10, 1975, Scott Bernard Styris is a former  kiwi’s all-rounder mainly a batsman who gave energy his right-arm medium pace. Styris was born in Australia, and at 6 years old, he moved to New Zealand. a short time later, he moved to Hamilton where focusing totally on cricket.

1. From a seam bowler to a batsman: Styris was initially a seam bowler, who could assemble a few keeps running with the bat, however a knee hurt constrained him to concentrate on his batting, as an aftereffect of which he transformed into a batsman who could likewise bowl.

2.Debut Test canceled: Styris showed up against West Indies at St George’s on June 28, 2002. It might come as an surprise to many yet Styris would have made his appearance in whites much earlier had the Test against Pakistan in Karachi in May 2002 had not been canceled. The Test match was pushed off because of a bomb blast.

3.Fabulous record against west indies: After a hammering Test arrangement, Styris went ahead to record the then finest New Zealand figures with the ball in One-Day Internationals (ODIs) on the same visit to West Indies. Styris steamed in and chipped six wickets for 25 in 7 overs. This additionally ended up being his best rocking the bowling alley numbers in ODI cricket. as well scored a winning 63 in the same pleasure to see his side winning by 9 runs (Duckworth–Lewis strategy). Also read: BCCI announces dates for New Zealand tour of India.

4.Excellent performance in World Cup 2007: Styris had a productive time for his side in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, where he scored 499 keeps running at an amazing average of 83.16, with a century and 4 fifties to his name. He had nine scalps in his kitty at 26.88. New Zealand were thumped out in the semi-last by Sri Lanka.

5.Century record against Australians : Styris intended the then record run-pursue in ODI cricket by raiding a ton against Australia in December 2005 at Christchurch. While pursuing an objective of 332 in 50 overs, Styris collective 101 keeps running from 96 balls to help his side write a history against the established Australian side

6.Resign  from Test series: Styris resigned from Test cricket in February 2008 take after a dreadful keep running with a purpose to concentrate totally on shorter formats.

video:  Scott Styris 100* off 37 balls!!!! 

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