IND Vs NZ 1st ODI Michael Bracewell’s brilliant innings against India, know in detail about this player

Who is Michael Bracewell: New Zealand batsman Michael Bracewell did wonders in the first ODI against India. In the match held at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad on January 18, he played a stormy inning of 140 runs in 78 balls while batting. Bracewell hit 12 fours and 10 sixes in his aggressive innings. Seeing his smoky batting, it seemed that New Zealand would easily achieve the target of 350 runs. It was Bracewell who increased India’s problems till he remained at the crease. Let us tell you in detail about Michael Bracewell.

Who is Michael Bracewell?

Michael Bracewell is the cousin of New Zealand fast bowler Doug Bracewell. He is the explosive batsman of the lower middle order of the Kiwi team. Apart from the New Zealand national team, Michael Bracewell has represented New Zealand Under-19, Wellington and Otago teams. Although he has not played much international cricket yet. But in a short time, he was able to establish himself as an aggressive batsman. His aggressive style is confirmed by his 140 off 78 balls in the first ODI against India. He has represented New Zealand in all formats in the last one year. Bracewell’s specialty is apart from explosive batting, he has the ability to do wicketkeeping and off-spin bowling.

Bracewell’s career

The past year has been memorable for Michael Bracewell. He made his debut in all formats for New Zealand in 2022. Bracewell made his ODI debut in March 2022. He made his Test debut in June 2022. And in July 2022, he knocked in T20 International. Michael Bracewell has so far played 4 Tests, 17 ODIs and 13 T20 Internationals for New Zealand. During this, he has scored 178 runs in Tests, 462 runs in ODIs and 90 runs in T20s. Batting at number seven in ODIs, he has scored two centuries so far. In this matter, Bracewell has equaled MS Dhoni.

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