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Personal Information

Full NameShivnarine Chanderpaul
BornAugust 16, 1974 Unity Village, East Coast, Demerara, Guyana
Age47 Years, 2 Months, 1 Days
National SideWest Indies
Batting StyleLeft Handed
BowlingLeg break
SportCricket

Ranking

TestODIT20
Batting---
Bowling---

Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL
111601-

Career Information

Teams PlayedWest Indies, Derbyshire, Durham, Lancashire, Stanford Super Stars, Warwickshire, West Indies Inv XI, Young West Indies, Royal Challengers Bangalore, West Indies Under-19, Guyana, Khulna Royal Bengals, Sylhet Thunder, West Indies Cricket Board President XI, Uva Next, Marylebone Cricket Club, St Lucia Zouks, Guyana Amazon Warriors, West Indian Legends
Career Span

Shivnarine Chanderpaul Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

MIN/ORHS100s50s4s6sAVGS/RCTSTDucksR/O
Test
1642804911867203* v SA306612853651.3743.31660
ODI
268251408778150 v SA11597228541.6070.74730
World Cup
31284970102* v IRE17821340.4162.1370
T20I
2222534341 v ENG0034520.1798.8470
IPL
3302516 v MI00408.3380.64--

Bowling Performance

IOMRWBest3s5sAVGE/RS/RMtc
Test
432905088391/2 v AUS0098.113.04193.33
ODI
28123.20636143/18 v IND1045.425.1552.85
World Cup
120600/6 v KEN00-3.00-

Shivnarine Chanderpaul Profile

Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been the backbone of the West Indies batting line-up for more than a decade now. The first Indo-Caribbean to play 100 Tests for the West Indies, Chanderpaul made his debut way back in 1994. Since then, he has only grown from strength to strength.

Earlier, a victim of a floating bone in his feet, Chanderpaul found it difficult to convert his starts into big scores, which eventually showed a poor conversion-rate. But in late 2000, he got rid of this defect as the bone was removed and Chanderpaul set about writing a new chapter in his cricketing life. He scored centuries against India in 2001-02, followed by a successful home series against Australia. His form continued for the next couple of years, until he got into a lean patch on the England tour. But then there was the Champions Trophy, where his consistency helped a great deal for the team's title-win. Captaincy soon arrived and he welcomed it with open arms, but later resigned in 2006 to concentrate on his batting. His prolific scoring, though, continued to be his strength in the years that followed. In 2012, he opted to play for the shortest format of the game, representing Uva Next in the inaugural Sri Lanka Premier League. Shivnarine Chanderpaul played a match along with his son, Tagenarine Chanderpaul, a promising young talent from Guyana for a local team, Gandhi Youth Organisation in 2012.

The southpaw is a gritty customer at the crease and has a knack of preserving his wicket like it were his own baby. With an unorthodox batting stance, Chanderpaul also has the ability to marshal the tail-enders at will. His off-the-wall stance and technique makes it clear that self-coaching is also a great asset. He has no signs of backing down in spite of age not being on his side and after his 150th Test in 2013 which coincided with Sachin Tendullkar's 200th and last Test, Chanderpaul is that unfazed, untouched and yet strong rock by an ocean which remains strong as ever.