Mitchell Johnson (Australia)

Mitchell Johnson
Full Name:Mitchell Johnson
Date of birth:02 / 11 / 1981
Country:Australia
Role:Bowler
Batting style:Left-hand
Bowling style:Left arm fast

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Career summary

- Test debut v Sri Lanka at Brisbane - November 2007

- ODI debut v New Zealand at Christchurch - December 2005

- Discovered at a bowling academy in Brisbane, where Australian great Dennis Lillee described Johnson as a "once-in-a-lifetime prospect".

- Served as 12th man throughout the 2006-07 Ashes series and was made to wait for his Test debut.

- Australia's top wicket-taker during their four-Test tour of India in 2008.

- Continued his rise with 33 wickets in six Tests against South Africa, as well as scoring two half-centuries and a maiden Test hundred.

- Endured a disappointing Ashes series in 2009 with rumours over his personal life in the news, but bounced back to have a good summer in 2009/10.

April 2010

Test Matches

Batting
Career Span:2007-2014
Matches:61
Innings:90
Not Outs:14
Runs:1735
Highest Score:123
Average:22.83
50s:9
100s:1
Ducks:16
Pairs:0
Caught Out:47
Stumped Out:1
Bowling
Innings Bowled:116
Overs:2263.4
Maidens:434
Runs Conceded:7370
Wickets:268
5 Wicket Innings:12
10 Wicket Innings:0
Average:27.5
Economy Rate:3.26
Best bowling in Innings:8/61

ODI Matches

Batting
Career Span:2006-2014
Matches:143
Innings:84
Not Outs:30
Runs:893
Highest Score:73
Average:16.54
50s:2
100s:0
Ducks:5
Pairs:0
Caught Out:27
Stumped Out:2
Bowling
Innings Bowled:140
Overs:1166.2
Maidens:68
Runs Conceded:5623
Wickets:220
5 Wicket Innings:3
10 Wicket Innings:0
Average:25.56
Economy Rate:4.82
Best bowling in Innings:6/31