Black Caps Wish Corey Anderson A Speedy Recovery After Undergoing Surgery
Kiwi all-rounder Corey Anderson is in the process of recovery after successfully undergoing a back surgery. Taking to their Instagram handle, the Black Caps posted a picture of Anderson lying on the hospital bed and giving a thumps up for his recovery. They also wished the all-rounder for a speedy recovery.
The New Zealand hard hitting southpaw first came into limelight in the year 2014 after he smashed a 36 balls century against West Indies which was then the fastest century by a batsman eclipsing the 37 balls century record held by Shahid Afridi. Over the years Anderson has evolved as a prominent member of the New Zealand team especially in the limited overs format.
He also allows the captain with the option of bowling all the ten overs. Despite going for runs on occasion, he has the uncanny habit of picking up wickets consistently and can also be a reliable bowler in the middle overs. He has also been an integral member of his respective T20 franchises over the world and has lent the much-needed stability to any side.
He also played a gem of an innings for his former IPL franchise Mumbai Indians during the 2015 edition when his team needed him to deliver the most. Mumbai needed to score over 190 in 14.2 overs, and it needed something extraordinary from any of the batsmen to get Mumbai closer. It was a sensational exhibition of strokeplay by the southpaw which ensured Mumbai reached the target with in the last delivery as wicket-keeper batsman Aditya Tare smashed a gigantic six to finish the deal for Mumbai.
The all-rounder has represented New Zealand in 13 Tests and 46 ODI’s bagging 16 and 25 wickets respectively. His bowling average is 25 which is pretty impressive for an all-rounder. The left-hander has also smashed 1,091 runs in ODIs at an average of 29.34 with a century and four half-centuries to his name.
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