Who is the England captain in cricket?

Joe Root
Eoin Morgan
England cricket team/Captains

Is Nasser Hussain mixed race?

Hussain was born in Madras, India as a Shia Muslim. His father, Raza Jawad ‘Joe’ Hussain, was an Indian Tamil-speaking Muslim and a keen cricketer and field hockey player. His father moved the family to England in 1975.

Is Michael Vaughan married?

Nichola Vaughanm. 2003
Michael Vaughan/Spouse

What happened Tony Greig?

He was diagnosed with lung cancer in October 2012. Greig died at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney on 29 December 2012 after going into cardiac arrest following a suspected heart attack. He was 66.

Who is England’s 2021 captain?

As of 6 September 2021, England have played 1,040 Test matches, winning 378 and losing 311 (with 351 draws)….England cricket team.

Test captain Joe Root
One Day captain Eoin Morgan
T20I captain Eoin Morgan
Coach Chris Silverwood

Has England won any ICC tournament?

Tournament Summary Twenty nations have qualified for the Cricket World Cup at least once. Seven teams have competed in every tournament, six of which have won the title. The West Indies won the first two tournaments, Australia has won five, India has won two, while Pakistan, Sri Lanka and England have each won once.

Does Freddie Flintoff still play cricket?

Flintoff, 43, last played pro cricket in 2015 and has carved out a career in TV. The Lancashire hero – who also turned out for the side in 2014 – was out for just three and had to cough up because St Annes operate a fines system for misfields.

How many days did the longest recorded test match last?

ten days
The lengthiest recorded cricket match was the `timeless’ Test between England and South Africa at Durban, South Africa, on 3-14 March 1939. It was abandoned after ten days (eighth day rained off) because the ship taking the England team home was due to leave.

Who is Isa’s husband?

musician Richard Thomas
Personal life. Guha married her long-time boyfriend, musician Richard Thomas of the band Brother and Bones, in September 2018.

Who is the best cricket commentator?

Over the year, cricket has been blessed with a plethora of legendary commentators like Richie Benaud, Billy Lawry, Tony Grieg, Ian Chappell, Henry Blofeld, Tony Cozier, Robin Jackman, all of whom, in their own very different styles, made the game richer.

How old was Richie Benaud when he died?

84 years (1930–2015)
Richie Benaud/Age at death

Richie Benaud, legendary broadcaster, cricket commentator and former Australian cricket captain has died at the age of 84. He was battling skin cancer. He played in more than 60 Test matches and then became one of the best-known voices in world sport. Andy Swiss looks back at Richie Benaud’s career.

Who is the most successful England cricket captain?

captain Joe Root
England captain Joe Root on Saturday altered the record books after his team defeated India by an innings and 76 runs at Headingly. With this scintillating win, he became the England’s most successful Test captain with 27 wins to his credit.

Who are the most famous cricket commentators of all time?

However, many commentators never played the game at a professional level, yet they have gone on to become famous names associated with the game. The following is a list of the cricket commentators, including name, nationality, Broadcaster/Publication and other careers. ABC 1954–?

Who are the captains of the English cricket team?

English ODI captains Number Name Period of captaincy Played Won 31 Stuart Broad 2014 3 2 32 James Taylor 2015 1 0 33 Jos Buttler 2016–2021 8 5 Grand total Grand total Grand total 755 379

When do England cricket captains get their dagger?

It has been updated to the end of the second Test against New Zealand in June 2021. Where a player has a dagger (†) next to a Test match series in which he captained at least one Test, that denotes that player deputised for the appointed captain or was appointed by the home authority for a minor proportion in a series.

How old was David Lloyd when he played cricket?

Source: ESPNcricinfo, 24 December 2008. David Lloyd (born 18 March 1947) is an English former cricketer, now a commentator, who played county cricket for Lancashire and Test and One Day International cricket for England. He also played semi-professional football for Accrington Stanley.