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England Batsman’s Jonathan Trott Announces His Retirement From International Cricket

England Batsman’s Jonathan Trott Announces His Retirement From International Cricket : Trott made the announcement Monday saying, “My game is not at the level you need to be at to play for England.” He will continue to play for Warwickshire County Cricket Club. Trott has played 52 Tests, 68 ODIs and seven T20s in an international career that began in year 2007. The 34-year-old batsman made his Test debut during the Ashes in 2009 and made an immediate impact scoring the first of his nine Test centuries and become one of the known player of the England cricket team.Now Trott has become a vital part of a Test side that won an Ashes series after a real long time of 24 years.

Jonathan Trott Announces Retirement From International Cricket

England Batsman's Jonathan Trott Announces His Retirement From International Cricket

England Batsman’s Jonathan Trott Announces His Retirement From International Cricket

Full name Ian Jonathan Leonard Trott

Born April 22, 1981, Cape Town, Cape Province

Current age 34 years 14 days

Major teams England, Boland, England Lions, Otago,South Africa Under-15s, South Africa Under-19s, Warwickshire,Western Province

Nickname Booger,Trotters

Playing role Top-order batsman

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium

Height 6 ft 0 in

Education Stellenbosch University

Relation Half-brother – KC Jackson

Trott has played 52 Tests, 68 ODIs and seven T20s in an international career that starts at 2007. The 34-year-old batsman made his Test debut during the Ashes in 2009 and make its place in the great players and made an immediate impact scoring the first of his nine Test centuries, This is the mount for the life and he lived his full on to it.

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He made a second double hundred with thw match agunst Sri Lanka, at Cardiff, On 2011 and the last of his nine Test hundreds was against in match with New Zealand, in Wellington, on the 2012-13 tour. Since then he had passed fifty just five times in 24 innings.

Batting statistics by series

No Year Opponent H/A Tests Innings N.O. Runs Average HS 100 50
1 2009  Australia H 1 2 0 160 80.00 119 1 0
2 2009/10  South Africa A 4 7 0 190 27.14 69 0 1
3 2010  Bangladesh A 2 4 0 136 34.00 64 0 1
4 2010  Bangladesh H 2 3 1 265 132.50 226 1 0
5 2010  Pakistan H 4 7 1 404 67.33 184 1 2
6 2010/11  Australia A 5 7 2 445 89.00 168* 2 1
7 2011  Sri Lanka H 3 4 0 267 66.75 203 1 1
8 2011  India H 2 4 0 98 24.50 70 0 1
9 2011/12  Pakistan N 3 6 0 161 26.83 74 0 1
10 2011/12  Sri Lanka A 2 4 0 193 48.25 112 1 1
11 2012  West Indies H 3 5 1 140 35.00 58 0 1
12 2012  South Africa H 3 6 1 217 43.40 71 0 2
13 2012/13  India A 4 7 0 294 42.00 143 1 1
14 2012/13  New Zealand A 3 5 0 282 56.40 121 1 1
15 2013  New Zealand H 2 4 0 199 49.75 76 0 2
16 2013  Australia H 5 10 0 293 29.30 59 0 2
17 2013-14  Australia A 1 2 0 19 9.50 10 0 0
17 2015  West Indies A 2 4 0 72 12 59 0 1
Total 51 91 6 3826 45.01 226 9 19

Test centuries

Jonathan Trott’s Test centuries
# Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Year Result
1 119 1  Australia London, England The Oval 2009 Won
2 226 7  Bangladesh London, England Lord’s Cricket Ground 2010 Won
3 184 13  Pakistan London, England Lord’s Cricket Ground 2010 Won
4 135* 14  Australia Brisbane, Australia The Gabba 2010 Drawn
5 168* 17  Australia Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground 2010 Won
6 203 19  Sri Lanka Cardiff, Wales SWALEC Stadium 2011 Won
7 112 27  Sri Lanka Galle, Sri Lanka Galle International Stadium 2012 Lost
8 143 38  India Nagpur, India Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium 2012 Drawn
9 121 40  New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand Basin Reserve 2013]] Drawn

One Day International centuries

Jonathan Trott’s One Day International centuries
# Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Year Result
1 110 6  Bangladesh Birmingham, England Edgbaston Cricket Ground 2010 Won
2 102 15  Australia Adelaide, Australia Adelaide Oval 2011 Won
3 137 17  Australia Sydney, Australia Sydney Cricket Ground 2011 Lost
4 109* 59  New Zealand Southampton, England Rose Bowl 2013 Lost

Test Man of the Match awards

No Test Versus Date H/A Venue Runs Bowling Result
1 Fourth Test  Australia 26–29 Dec 2010 A MCG 168* Won
2 First Test  Sri Lanka 26–30 May 2011 H SWALEC Stadium 203 6–0–29–0 Won

ODI Man of the Match awards

No ODI Versus Date H/A Venue Runs Bowling Result
1 [1]  Sri Lanka 9 July 2011 H Old Trafford 72  England won by 16 runs

Man of the series awards

No Date Format Opponent H/A Runs Result
1 July–August 2010 Test  Pakistan H 404 England won the series 3–1

Source : Wikipedia

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