Jonny Bairstow, the son of the former England wicketkeeper David Bairstow, followed his dad's footsteps and played as a wicketkeeper-batsman for the national team. He remains to be England's middle order. Bairstow remains to be England's strength in middle-order in Tests, while he opens innings in the shorter formats. Bairstow's journey to the England national team wasn't a cakewalk as he had to vie for a spot with Jos Buttler, who proved his ability with the gloves and willow as well. However, prolific run-making for Yorkshire made England's selectors picked up Bairstow, who never actually let them down. He played his first ODI against India at Cardiff on September 16, 2011, following which he made his T20I debut on September 23 against West Indies at The Oval. The Yorkshire-born right-handed batsman made his Test debut in May 2012, facing West Indies at Lord's.read more
T20 World Cup 2022: Jonny Bairstow provided an update on his freak injury, and laid out an open-ended timeline for his return to the competitive cricket.
"A further announcement will be made in due course on who will replace Bairstow in England’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup squad.," ECB said.
In an unfortunate turn of events, Jonny Bairstow has been ruled out of the T20 World Cup in Australia owing to a lower limb injury he sustained in an accident whilst playing golf.
As a preparation for their T20I World Cup campaign which is scheduled to be played in Australia this year, the English team is taking on South Africa as they look to work and improve on their game plans.
The wicketkeeper-batsman had missed the initial phase of the county championship as he was busy playing IPL cricket but had security from Brendon McCullum that his place in the Test squad was secure.
Jonny Bairstow spoke about his current form and England's recent wins that have come playing aggressive cricket under New Zealander McCullum.
Rishabh Pant has raced way ahead of former India skipper Virat Kohli who dropped out of top 10 for the first time since 2016.
Bairstow scored 114* off 145 deliveries with 15 boundaries and 1 six.
ith Siraj operating, Bairstow nicked one ball which flew to Vihari at third slip and he completely lost sight of it and missed it.
At one point, the umpires and England skipper Ben Stokes had to intervene to cool down tempers during their altercation.
Before the Kohli clash, Bairstow scored 13 off 61 deliveries and after the Kohli clash, Bairstow amassed 93 off 79 deliveries. Bairstow then went on to score a magnificent 100 and helped England reach a respectable total.
After some time, former Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Jonny Bairstow had some fiery verbal exchange and as a result, Jonny Bairstow took off and started tonking the ball to all corners of the park.
Ben Stokes who was having difficulties facing the Indian pace battery made a desperate attempt to break free and in the process hit one up straight in the air. To India's misfortune, Shardul Thakur made a complete mockery of the catch
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The winning architect of Trent Bridge, Jonny Bairstow continued with his blistering form and smashed a century at Headingley where the third and the final Test match is being played.
Bairstow scored 136 off 92 deliveries at a strike rate of 147.83, a kind of innings that is unheard of in Test match cricket.
Bairstow hit the second-fastest hundred by an Englishman in just 77 balls vs New Zealand at Trent Bridge
England are all over New Zealand in the ongoing first Test of the 3-match series. Bairstow reacted in a matter of seconds, got down, and completed a wonderful, rather freakish low catch to send Will Young back.
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The batter scored the tourists' first century in their seventh innings this series to headline a day where England had slumped to 36-4 by lunch before their middle-order counterattacked.