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Tim Bresnan The independent voice of cricket VideoTim Bresnan 6/19 (Twenty/20 North Group 2017) Yorkshire v Lancashire Verwendung nur für die angegebenen Zwecke. Er spielte im Halbfinale Define Baccarat gegen Südafrika, kehrte aber für das Finale zurück. Er erzielte 25 Runs und nahm 3 Wickets, als England Kniffel Spiele Match bei Lords gewann, aber Bresnan wurde verletzungsbedingt aus dem zweiten Match ausgeschlossen.
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And still! Season at a glance Live tables Fixtures Scores. At that point, having taken eight wickets against West Indies at Trent Bridge, Bresnan averaged 40 with the bat and 25 with the ball but the lingering effects of an elbow injury that required surgery in late were about to take their toll.
He claimed only five wickets in his next five Tests - and two in four against South Africa and India - before undergoing another operation at the start of He returned to the ODI team for their run to the Champions Trophy final and then picked up four wickets in England's crushing Ashes win at Lord's but his utility had been diminished and he became a victim of England's subsequent Ashes whitewash in Australia, his career limited after that to limited-overs formats.
Bresnan began his international career in the England Under set-up and was part of the team in and - playing in two World Cups - the same years that he won the NBC Denis Compton Award for most promising Yorkshire player.
All the potential took a few years to develop, but was an important year for him as he was given more responsibility in a transitional Yorkshire team.
He was surprisingly overlooked for the England Academy, but started with a string of impressive performances with bat and ball, leading to a call-up to England's new-look one-day squad to face Sri Lanka.
However, he fell victim to the flashing blades of Jayasuriya and co. A better all-round summer in helped him catch the selectors' eyes again, however, and he was called up late in the season for the one-day squad.
But after a winter without any honours it appeared he would have to bide his time again before he was surprisingly named in the Test squad to face West Indies.
He duly played in both matches, but such was England's dominance it wasn't until the final day of the series that he finally made his mark.
He claimed his maiden Test wicket in the second innings and eventual figures of 3 for 45, as West Indies slumped to an innings defeat.
While he hovered around the fringes of the Test side thereafter injuries during England's tour to Bangladesh in opened the door and he impressed, showing good discipline and stamina in trying conditions.
He then played an important role in delivering England the World Twenty20, showing skill and an unfailing ability to hit his straps early to give England control with the new ball, before returning at the end of the innings with steely death-bowling.
Injuries than began to hamper him. A second operation on a troublesome right elbow caused him to miss the tour to New Zealand.
However, he played in all three ODI's, taking an impressive 2—27 in the final match before the Ashes. In the previous two matches he had not been economical and had struggled to take wickets.
However, with the Ashes around the corner, Bresnan was still thought to be in contention, with the third seamer spot being between himself and Steven Finn.
Bresnan was recalled in the second test, taking 2—28 and 2—30 as England went 2—0 up. Bresnan kept his place for the third test.
In the fourth test Bresnan took 2—36 as well as making This helped England take a 3—0 lead and win the Ashes. Bresnan suffered an injury ahead of the final test and was unable to play.
Bresnan played no part in the limited overs side of the tour, as he was given time to fully recover from his injury ahead of the series in Australia.
England endured a torrid time in Australia. Bresnan did not feature in the opening match, England preferring Chris Tremlett. Bresnan did not appear until the third test, taking 1—81 and 2— He could only manage 33 runs in the match as England went 4—0 down.
He did not feature in the final match of the series. He took 2—64 in the second ODI and made an unbeaten 41 in the third match.
In the fourth match he took 3—45, his best figures of the series, as he helped England win their only game of the tour.
He also featured in the T20 series, taking an impressive 1—11 of three overs in the second game. However, England lost the series 3—0.
Bresnan was named in the limited overs squad to tour the West Indies for preparation for the t20 World Cup.
He took 3—68 in the first match and made an unbeaten 14 runs, but England lost the match. In the second match he only bowled five overs, taking figures of 1— The final match of the series saw him take 3—45 as England won their first match of the ODI series and avoided a whitewash.
In the first ODI Bresnan bowled 4 overs for 36 runs. In the second he was very expensive, with 51 runs coming off his bowling, although he did manage to pick up two wickets.
He was expensive in the second match as England beat Sri Lanka, taking figures of 0— Against South Africa, Bresnan scored an unbeaten 17 and took his first wicket of the tournament but England lost the match to end their hopes of qualification.
He did not take a wicket in the final match against the Netherlands, which England lost to go out of the tournament with just one victory. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Retrieved 9 March ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 17 June BBC Sport. Retrieved 30 June Retrieved 18 May Retrieved 20 January He had a forgettable summer and lost his place in the squad, troubled with a shoulder injury.
He returned back in the team for the Champions Trophy and also played a significant part in England's epic Ashes win at Lords, picking up 4 crucial wickets.
However, the injuries had seriously affected his pace and he struggled against Australia in the winter Ashes. He proved slightly better in the ODI series that followed and was a part of the squad that travelled to West Indies in February He also featured in a few games at the World T Consequently, he was left out of England's limited-overs squads and wasn't picked for the World Cup.
He did feature in a game against Ireland after the showpiece event but hasn't been picked for the national side ever since.
Age-wise Bresnan still has a bit of time although the early 30s aren't exactly the prime period for a fast bowler. However, he is fit lad and continues to possess a decent pace albeit not as brisk as he used to be.
Nevertheless, he can still bowl a heavy ball and has added to his repertoire as a limited-overs bowler. Bresnan's ability to wield the long handle has made him a useful T20 specialist and he has participated in a few celebrated leagues across the globe.
A comeback for him cannot be totally ruled out although it remains to be seen if he is indeed keen for it. By Hariprasad Sadanandan.
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