Chris Lynn | PSL Lahore Qalandars Team 2020 Player

Chris Lynn

FULL NAME: Christopher Austin Lynn
BORN: April 10, 1990 Brisbane, Queensland
CURRENT AGE: 29 Years, 9 Months, 12 Days
MAJOR TEAMS: Australia, Queensland, Australia A, Kolkata Knight Riders,

Mumbai Indians, Deccan Chargers, Brisbane Heat, Kandurata Warriors,

Sunrisers Hyderabad, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Trinbago Knight Riders,

Jamaica Tallawahs, Western Australia Chairman XI, Cricket Australia XI,

Lahore Qalandars Team, Khulna Tigers, Prime Ministers XI, Maratha Arabians,

Winnipeg Hawks, Edmonton Royals, Edinburgh Rocks, Northern Superchargers.

BOWLING: Slow left-arm orthodox


Chris Lynn was one of the first Australian players in quite a while prime to betray five star cricket to turn into a white-ball

pro. It didn’t thwart his determination for Australia at T20I and ODI level yet his irregularity at universal level saw him pass

up the 2019 World Cup in the wake of being viewed as a potential resource for the past year and a half. In 2018-19, he

turned into the BBL’s unsurpassed driving run scorer and took over from Brendon McCullum as chief of the Brisbane



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A productive scorer when completely fit, Lynn had his run-stamping seriously diminished in 2014-15 and 2015-16,

enduring genuine shoulder wounds in the two years. In 2014 he had medical procedure to his left side shoulder to fix a

rotator sleeve issue and missed the whole Matador Cup and the primary portion of the Sheffield Shield season. In 2015

a close to indistinguishable situation came to pass for him when he harmed his left shoulder during a handling drill and

missed the Matador Cup – in which he was to commander Queensland – and the principal half of the Shield summer.

The planning was shocking for Lynn, who in 2014 had made his T20 debut for Australia and botched chances to fortify

his universal certifications. In any case, when he was fit he was he scored intensely, including a 250 against inevitable

heroes Victoria during the 2014-15 Sheffield Shield, and as the BBL’s driving run scorer in 2015-16 with 378 at 54.00

and a strike-pace of 173.



An incredible striker, Lynn’s T20 structure has earned him bargains in the IPL, SLPL and CPL. In any case, he was additionally an early designer in the long structure, scoring a quiet century in his subsequent Sheffield Shield game at

19 years old.

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Batting and fielding averages

Batting & Fielding M Inn NO Runs HS Avg BF SR 100 200 50 4s 6s
ODI 4 4 0 75 44 18.75 89 84.27 0 0 0 5 3
T20I 18 16 1 291 44 19.4 221 131.67 0 0 0 28 14
IPL 41 41 3 1280 93 33.68 910 140.66 0 0 10 128 63


Bowling averages

Bowling Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
ODIs 4
T20Is 18
First-class 41 8 84 64 0 4.57 0 0 0
List A 50 7 69 45 1 1/3 1/3 45.00 3.91 69.0 0 0 0
T20s 173 7 78 93 3 2/15 2/15 31.00 7.15 26.0 0 0 0


Recent matches

Batting & Bowling Team Opposition Ground  Date Scorecard
41 Heat v Melb Reneg Brisbane 19-01-2020 T20
26 Heat v Strikers Adelaide 17-01-2020 T20
0 Heat v Strikers Brisbane 14-01-2020 T20
14 Heat v Scorchers Perth 11-01-2020 T20
9 Heat v Hurricanes Brisbane 9-01-2020 T20
31 Heat v Syd Thunder Sydney 6-01-2020 T20
88* Heat v Hurricanes Hobart 3-01-2020 T20
14 Heat v Scorchers Carrara 1-01-2020 T20
94 Heat v Syd Sixers Sydney 22-12-2019 T20
6 Heat v Melb Stars Carrara 20-12-2019 T20
Updated: January 21, 2020 — 3:44 pm

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