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Happy Birthday Tim Paine! Here's look at former Australia captain's remarkable career

On Tim Paine's 38th birthday, let's look at stats of his career.

aachal-maniyar Written By: Aachal Maniyar [Published on: December 08, 2022 20:37 IST]
  • Tim Paine was born on the 8th of December 1984 in Hobart, Tasmania
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    Tim Paine was born on the 8th of December 1984 in Hobart, Tasmania
  • In the 35 Test matches that Tim played, he scored 1534 runs with the highest score of 92. He has smashed nine half-centuries and has hammered 172 boundaries and four maximums.
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    In the 35 Test matches that Tim played, he scored 1534 runs with the highest score of 92. He has smashed nine half-centuries and has hammered 172 boundaries and four maximums.
  • Paine played 35 ODIs and has scored 890 runs including 1 century and 5 fifties. He has smashed 96 fours and 6 maximums. His highest score is 111 and has an average of 27.81.
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    Paine played 35 ODIs and has scored 890 runs including 1 century and 5 fifties. He has smashed 96 fours and 6 maximums. His highest score is 111 and has an average of 27.81.
  • When it comes to T20 format, he has played 80 matches and has scored 1637 runs with the highest score of 91.
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    When it comes to T20 format, he has played 80 matches and has scored 1637 runs with the highest score of 91.
  • In the year 2017, Tim was about to turn his back on professional cricket and was ready to take a job at Kookaburra as a sponsorship representative. However, around March 2018, he became Australia's 46th Test captain and guided the Test team through one of the most tumultuous periods country's cricket history.
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    In the year 2017, Tim was about to turn his back on professional cricket and was ready to take a job at Kookaburra as a sponsorship representative. However, around March 2018, he became Australia's 46th Test captain and guided the Test team through one of the most tumultuous periods country's cricket history.