David Andrew Miller
|Date of Birth||
June 10, 1989
Middle Order Left-hand bat
South Africa, Dolphins, Durham, Jamaica Tallawahs, Kings XI Punjab, KwaZulu-Natal, KwaZulu-Natal Inland Under-19s, South Africa A, South Africa Academy, South African Schools, St Lucia Zouks, Winnipeg Hawks, World-XI, Yorkshire
David Miller is a South African International cricketer, who has been playing for the national cricket team of SA since 2010. He plays as a middle-order batsman and occasionally keeps the wicket as well. In the domestic level, David Miller represents the Hollywoodbets Dolphins team. His aggressive batting style has made him a successful batsman in shorter format cricket matches. Presently, he plays in the ODI and T20I formats along with IPL tournament. David was born in Natal region of South Africa in 1989 and started his domestic cricket career noticeably in MTN Championship.
After the selection in a few other domestic leagues, Miller was sold as an average player in the Indian Premier League in 2013. Finally, it was the IPL tournament that gives Miller the desirable success that he must have been craving for. He played for the King’s XI Punjab team in his debut IPL tournament and made the fastest century with a shiny score of unbeaten 101. He literally sets the crease on fire with his aggressive batting skills in IPL.
Apart from IPL, he has quite stable batting statistics in ODI and T20I matches. Currently, this left-handed batsman is playing for the King’s XI Punjab again in the IPL 2019 tournament. It is the brilliant batting style and the scoring consistency that has made David Miller a place in the 2019 World Cup team certainly.
Debut ODI Match: at Sir Vivian Richards Park Vs West Indies on 22nd of May in 2010
Debut T20I Match: at Vivian Richards Park Stadium Vs West Indies on 20th of May in 2010
Debut IPL Match: He made his IPL debut in 2013 with King’s XI Punjab at IS Bindra Stadium and playing with the same team in running IPL tournament.
He has scored 2922 runs in 120 matches in 9 years of ODI career at an average of 38.96 and strike rate of 100.86 including 5 hundreds and 12 fifties (as on May 2, 2019)
|Achievements/Records Associated With||
Joint- Fastest T20I Century (35 balls v Bangladesh, 2017, Rohit Sharma v Sri Lanka, 2017