One of Kiwis's best assets in the attacking unit and a pacey left armer with an eye for wickets. He burst onto the scene with his impressive performances in the 2007 New Zealand A tour of India A. He was in and around the New Zealand senior team for a while till he made his Test debut in 2011. He made an instant impact by taking legend Michael Hussey's wicket and helped New Zealand win a Test series in Australia for the first time since 1985. He has collected wickets against West Indies, England, Australia, India and Sri Lanka and has been a Test regular ever since. Known as a silent assasin on the field with his quick swing, Boult has also been a favourite in the lucrative Indian Premier League and has played for franchises such as Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kolkata Knight Riders and Delhi Daredevils. Boult's name is expected to be in the World Cup squad.read more
Bolt, who joins a list of big names voicing concerns about life in bio-secure bubbles amid the COVID-19 pandemic, called it "a big sacrifice".
Boult had played a key role in helping Mumbai Indians win the Indian Premier League title this year.
The left-arm pace bowler returned from the UAE at the conclusion of the IPL, along with Black Caps teammates Kane Williamson, Lockie Ferguson, Mitchell Santner, and is undergoing quarantine in Christchurch.
Trent Boult has, for some reason, never been a priority for the Ponting-led DC team management that took over ahead of the 2019 season.
Mumbai Indians' Trent Boult was named the man of the match in the final against Delhi Capitals for his three wickets.
Boult ended powerplay with 16 wickets this season - at an economy rate of 6.7and a 13.5 strike rate
Boult had an injury concern during Qualifier 1 as he did not complete his full quota after picking two wickets in the two overs he had bowled early.
Boult has been in great form this season and alongside Jasprit Bumrah, he has been one of the key reasons why Mumbai Indians are on the cusp of winning their fifth IPL title.
Trent Boult was off the field due to a groin injury but the Mumbai skipper asserted that he is looking good and would play the final on the November 10.
Mumbai's Cruciatus Curse - Ishan Kishan and Hardik Pandya's onslaught, coupled with Boult-Bumrah magic - left Delhi crippled and writhing in pain and eventually succumbing to a 57-run defeat.
The Rohit-Sharma-led side showed the gulf in class as MI pacers Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Boult restricted Delhi Capitals to 143/8 after Ishan Kishan and Hardik powered the side to 200/5 in a one-sided affair.
Ahead of the MI’s Qualifier 1 game against Delhi Capitals in Dubai, Aussie pacer James Pattinson acknowledged how crucial the duo has been to their fifth IPL title ambitions.
Mumbai Indians fast pace bowler Trent Boult removed both Delhi Capitals openers Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw within the first three overs to take his wickets tally in the powerplay phase to 12.
Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Boult hunt down DC batsmen in pair to restrict them at 110 before Ishan Kishan finishes off the job with another half-century.
KXIP skipper KL Rahul keeps orange cap with a good margin ahead of the clash against SRH.
MI's move to acquire Boult has been a fruitful one as he has so far plucked 16 wickets from 10 games.
Delivering a match-defining spell, Boult took four wickets in his four overs, including a maiden.
Jasprit Bumrah picks four wickets to run through RR batting order in 57-run win after Suryakumar Yadav's 79 wreaks havoc in the first innings for Mumbai Indians
Bumrah, regarded as India's best death bowler, leaked 43 runs against Chennai Super Kings in a losing cause in the IPL 2020 opener.
Malinga opted out of IPL 2020 owing to "personal reasons" and Pattinson, who earlier played for Kolkata Knight Riders, has been called upon as his replacement.