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Shivnarine Chanderpaul

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Country: West Indies
Date of Birth: August 16, 2021
Place of Birth: Unity Village, East Coast, Demerara, Guyana
Batting Style: Left Handed
Bowling Style: Leg break
Skill: Batsman
Teams Played: Royal Challengers Bangalore, West Indies


Batting Performance

MInnNoRunsHS100s50sAvgSR
Tests133227369367203* 235549.0442.15
ODI268251408778150 115941.670.74
T20s2222534341 0020.1898.85
IPL3302516 008.3380.65

Bowling & Fielding Performance

MOversRunsMdnsWktsAvgBestEcon
Tests13329088350998.111/23.04
ODI268123.263601445.433/185.16
T20s----------------
IPL----------------

Career Performance

First MatchLast Match
TestsMarch 17, 2022 v England at Bourda, Georgetown, GuyanaJuly 6, 2021 v India at Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica
ODIsOctober 17, 2021 v India at Nahar Singh Stadium, FaridabadMarch 23, 2022 v Pakistan at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur
T20sFebruary 16, 2022 v New Zealand at Eden Park, AucklandMay 20, 2022 v South Africa at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua
IPLApril 20, 2022 v Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiMay 8, 2022 v Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens, Kolkata

Profile

Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been the backbone of the West Indies batting line-up for almost a decade now. He is the first East Indian to play 100 Tests for the West Indies. Chanderpaul made his debut way back in 1994 and scored a handy half-century in that match. He has grown from strength to strength since.

The southpaw is a gritty customer at the crease and scores most of his runs straight down the ground. He rarely seems to play in the ‘V’ or off the front foot but has enough shots to make up for the deficiency. With an unorthodox batting stance, Chanderpaul also has the ability to marshal the tail-enders. His off-the-wall stance and technique makes it clear that there is life beyond the coaching handbook.

Most of his tons have come by batting with the lower order batsman. The Guyanese batsman’s stint as captain was not a happy one and eventually he resigned as skipper in 2006.