Nasser Hussain

Nasser Hussain
Full Name:Nasser Hussain
Date of birth:28 / 03 / 1968
Role:Batsman
Batting style:Right-hand
Bowling style:Leg break

Career summary

- Test Debut v West Indies at Kingston - Feb, 1990

- ODI Debut v Pakistan at Nagpur - Oct 30, 1989

- Scored 5764 runs in 96 Tests including a highest score of 207 against Australia in 1997.

- Took over the captaincy from Alec Stewart in July 1999 and established himself as the best England captain since Mike Brearley. Under Hussain, England won four Test series in a row for the first time since Brearley and rose to third place in the ICC Test Championship table.

- Resigned the Test captaincy during the series against South Afrcia in the summer of 2003, although he continued to play for the side until he retired from all forms of cricket in May 2004, three days after an unbeaten hundred against New Zealand at Lord's.

- Hussain was awarded the OBE on 31st December 2001.

- Now a commentator for Sky Sports.

Test Matches

Batting
Career Span:1990-2004
Matches:96
Innings:171
Not Outs:13
Runs:5764
Highest Score:207
Average:37.19
50s:33
100s:14
Ducks:14
Pairs:0
Caught Out:100
Stumped Out:0
Bowling
Innings Bowled:1
Overs:5.0
Maidens:1
Runs Conceded:15
Wickets:0
5 Wicket Innings:0
10 Wicket Innings:0
Average:0.0
Economy Rate:3.0
Best bowling in Innings:0/15

ODI Matches

Batting
Career Span:1989-2003
Matches:88
Innings:87
Not Outs:10
Runs:2332
Highest Score:115
Average:30.29
50s:16
100s:1
Ducks:6
Pairs:0
Caught Out:40
Stumped Out:8
Bowling
Innings Bowled:0
Overs:0
Maidens:0
Runs Conceded:0
Wickets:0
5 Wicket Innings:0
10 Wicket Innings:0
Average:0.0
Economy Rate:0
Best bowling in Innings:0