Personal Information

Full Name Corey James Anderson
Born December 13, 1990 Christchurch, Canterbury
Age 33 Years, 2 Months, 12 Days
National Side New Zealand
Batting Style Left Handed
Bowling Left-arm medium fast
Sport Cricket

Ranking

Test ODI T20
Batting - - -
Bowling - - -

Man of the Match

Test ODI T20 World Cup CL
0 5 3 1 -

Career Information

Teams Played New Zealand, Auckland, Canterbury, Northern Districts, New Zealand A, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Capitals, Mumbai Indians, New Zealand Under-19, Somerset, New Zealand XI, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Lahore Qalandars, Edinburgh Rocks, Team Abu Dhabi
Career Span

Corey James Anderson Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s AVG S/R CT ST Ducks R/O
Test
13 22 1 683 116 v BAN 1 4 94 14 32.52 56.86 7 0
ODI
49 45 5 1109 131* v WI 1 4 86 55 27.72 108.72 11 0
World Cup
9 8 1 231 75 v SL 0 2 22 9 33.00 108.45 3 0
T20I
31 24 4 485 94* v BAN 0 2 30 26 24.25 138.17 19 0
IPL
30 29 7 538 95* v RR 0 3 40 31 24.45 127.18 11 0

Bowling Performance

I O M R W Best 3s 5s AVG E/R S/R Mtc
Test
23 217 34 659 16 3/47 v WI 1 0 41.18 3.03 81.37
ODI
43 247.3 10 1502 60 5/63 v IND 5 1 25.03 6.06 24.75
World Cup
9 36.1 1 234 14 3/18 v SCO 2 0 16.71 6.47 15.50
T20I
21 60 0 495 14 2/17 v PAK 0 0 35.35 8.25 25.71
IPL
22 49.3 0 518 11 2/18 v SRH 0 0 47.09 10.46 27.00

Corey James Anderson Profile

Corey Anderson became the youngest player in New Zealand's first-class history to earn a national contract at the age of 16. A burly left handed batsman and a left-arm medium pacer, Anderson had already played for Canterbury and within a year, was part of the New Zealand A squad. He played the under-19 World Cup in Malaysia in 2008 and two years later was again part of the squad for the 2010 under-19 World Cup. Anderson is yet to show full potential as his first-class career has been hampered by regular injuries.

Anderson moved on to play for Northern Districts in the 2011/12 season in a bid to rejuvenate his career. It proved successful as he went on to make his T20I debut for New Zealand in 2012 against South Africa, where he was dismissed by yet another debutant, Chris Morris. Test and ODI debuts followed suit in 2013 and Anderson is now a crucial part of the New Zealand set up.

The year 2014 began with a bang. Anderson smashed a hapless West Indies to all parts of Queenstown on the 1st of January to begin the New Year with a record-breaking hundred off just 36 balls. His ability to hit the ball with immense power and clear the ground attracted the attention of the world and Anderson was rewarded with a handsome contract with the Mumbai franchise for the 2014 edition of the Indian T20 League.