Harry Brook

Country: England
Born: February 22, 1999, Keighley, Yorkshire
Batting Style: Right hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right arm Medium
Playing role: Batter

Harry Brook Bio

Harry Cherrington Brook was born on August 3, 1998, in England. He is a professional cricketer who has made a name for himself as one of the most exciting young players in the sport. With his remarkable performances in both Test and T20 cricket, Brook has garnered attention and established himself as a rising star.

Brook burst onto the scene in the winter of 2022-23 when he made his debut for the England Test team against South Africa. From there, he embarked on a sensational run of form, particularly in Test cricket, which showcased his incredible talent. During the tour of Pakistan and New Zealand, Brook achieved consecutive scores of 153, 87, 9, 111, 89, 54, and 186, accumulating a total of 809 runs in just nine innings. This remarkable achievement set a new record, surpassing the previous best of 796 runs by Vinod Kambli after nine innings.

In addition to his success in Test cricket, Brook also played a crucial role in England’s victory at the T20 World Cup in Australia. His contributions were pivotal as he played a key role in their triumph. Following his impressive performances, Brook garnered attention at the IPL auction where he was signed by the Sunrisers Hyderabad for a whopping Rs 13.25 crore (£1.3 million).

Before his international success, Brook displayed promising talent at a young age. He captained the England U19s team and showcased his skills during their tour of India. In 2018, he led England in the U19 World Cup, finishing as the team’s leading run-scorer. However, he faced disappointment with a golden duck in the quarter-final match against Australia and was subsequently dropped for disciplinary reasons in the team’s final game.

Brook’s journey to professional cricket began with his early development at the Burley-in-Wharfedale club and Sedburgh School. He caught the attention of selectors with his exceptional performances in the second team, including a match-winning century in a one-day final against Middlesex at Headingley. These performances earned him recognition in the first team midway through 2017.

Throughout his career, Brook’s batting has stood out with his ability to thrive against seam bowlers. He has shown great composure, hitting down the ground, over midwicket, and through the covers. His innovative shot selection, including reverse-lapping and scooping in the death overs, demonstrates his adaptability in different formats of the game.

While Brook has achieved remarkable success thus far, he is still at the beginning of his career, and his potential seems limitless. With his impressive performances at such a young age, he has firmly established himself as one of England’s most promising talents. Fans and cricket pundits eagerly anticipate his future contributions to the game as he continues to evolve and develop his skills.

Harry Brook Career Stats

Harry Brook Batting Stats

Batting Matches Innings Nos Runs High Score Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 12 20 1 1181 186 62.15 1287 91.76 4 7 141 23 9 0
T20Is 29 26 6 544 81* 27.2 376 144.68 0 2 40 27 18 0
ODIs 15 15 1 407 80 29.07 429 94.87 0 3 39 13 2 0
FC 68 110 6 4248 194 40.84 6023 70.52 11 24 546 49 53 0
List A 30 27 2 750 103 30 774 96.89 1 4 79 15 6 0
T20s 127 120 28 3032 105* 32.95 2020 150.09 3 11 253 132 78 0

Harry Brook Bowling Stats

Bowling Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
Tests 12 3 84 37 1 1/25 1/25 37 2.64 84 0 0 0
T20Is 29 - - - - - - - - - - - -
ODIs 15 - - - - - - - - - - - -
FC 68 32 1077 479 9 3/15 4/29 53.22 2.66 119.6 0 0 0
List A 30 1 18 19 0 - - - 6.33 - 0 0 0
T20s 127 2 12 26 1 1/13 1/13 26 13 12 0 0 0

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