Adam Gilchrist

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Adam Gilchrist
vyaktigat jaankaari
poora naam Adam Craig Gilchrist
upanaam Gilly, Churchy
kad 1.86 mi (6 fut 1 inch)
ballebaaji ki shaili Left Hand
geindabaaji ki shaili Right-arm off break
bhoomika Wicket-keeper-batsman
antararaashtreeya jaankaari
raashtreeya
  • Australia
test mein padaarpan (cap 381) 5 November 1999 v Pakistan
antim test 24 January 2008 v India
ODI padaarpan (cap 129) 25 October 1996 v South Africa
antim ek divseeya 4 March 2008 v India
ek divseeya shart sa॰ 18
ghareloo team ki jaankaari
varsh team
1992–1994 New South Wales
1994–2008 Western Australia
2008–2010 Deccan Chargers
2010 – Middlesex
2011–vartamaan Kings XI Punjab
kairiyr ke aaainkade
pratiyogita Test ODI FC List A
match 96 287 190 355
run banaaye 5,570 9,619 10,334 11,288
ausat ballebaaji 47.60 35.89 44.16 34.94
shatak/ardhashatak 17/26 16/55 30/43 18/63
uchch score 204* 172 204* 172
geind kiya 12
wicket 0
ausat geindabaaji
ek paari mein 5 wicket 0
match mein 10 wicket n/a
shreshth geindabaaji 0/10
catch/stamp 379/37 417/55 756/55 526/65
srot : CricketArchive, 4 March 2008

Adam kreg Gilchrist (janm 14 November 1971 belingan, new south vels mein) ek Australiaee cricket khilaadi hai. jinko gili ya church ke upanaamon se bhi jaana jaata hai. unhonne apna pehla pratham shreni cricket match 1992 mein, pehla ekadivseeya antarraashtreeya cricket match 1996 mein aur test cricket match 1999 mein khela. ve Indian Premier league mein Hyderabad dekan Chargers ki or se khelte the |

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Adam Craig Gilchrist (born 14 November 1971), nicknamed Gilly or Church,[1] is an Australian international cricketer.[2] He is an aggressive left-handed batsman and record-breaking wicket-keeper, who re-defined the role for the Australian national team. He is considered to be one of the best wicket-keeper-batsmen in the history of the game.[3][4]

He holds the world record for the most dismissals by a wicket keeper in One Day International cricket and the most by an Australian in Test cricket.[5][6] His strike rate is amongst the highest in the history of both One-day and Test cricket and he currently holds the record for the second fastest century in Test match cricket.[7] He is the only player to have hit 100 sixes in Test cricket.[8] His 17 Test and 16 ODI centuries are the most by a wicket-keeper.[9][10] He holds the unique record of scoring at least 50 runs in successive World Cup finals (in 1999, 2003 and 2007)[11]and is one of only three players to have won three titles.[12]

Gilchrist is renowned for walking when he considers himself to be out, sometimes contrary to the decision of the umpire.[13]

He made his first-class debut in 1992, his first One-Day International appearance in 1996 in India (TITAN CUP) and his Test debut in 1999.[2] During his career, he played for Australia in 96 Test matches and over 270 One-day internationals. He was Australia's vice-captain in both forms of the game, captaining the team when regular captains Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting were unavailable.[14][15]

He announced his retirement from international cricket on 26 January 2008 (effective in early March 2008), during the final test match of the summer against India at Adelaide, one day after he broke the world record for the most dismissals by a wicket keeper.[16] However, he continues to play cricket for the Deccan Chargers in the Indian Premier League Twenty20 competition and was recently named the skipper of the side after VVS Laxman was stripped of the captaincy.[17] He led Deccan to the 2009 Indian Premier League title and was the second highest run scorer for the tournament. He was named Player of the Series.

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