Mumbai Indians

  • Coach:

    John Wright

  • Captain:

    Rohit Sharma

  • CLT20 Best:

    2011 Champions

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DwayneSmith

Role Allrounder
Bats Right-handed
Bowls Right-arm medium

CLT20 2013 Statistics

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Profile

Birth Date 12 April 1983
Country West Indies
CLT20 debut 2009

A handy T20 cricketer, Dwayne Smith was likened to the great West Indies batting legend Sir Viv Richards when he arrived on the cricketing scene. Smith now also doubles up as a decent medium-pacer with more than 120 wickets to his name in first-class cricket and more than 75 scalps in T20s. Smith has represented West Indies in all three formats of the game, but it is in T20 cricket that he has established a fairly solid reputation of being a hard-hitting batsman who also provides a quality bowling option to his skipper. Smith’s high point in T20 cricket came in the 2009 Twenty20 Cup final in England where his innings of 59 off just 26 deliveries helped Sussex win the championship and book a place for CLT20 2009. He was also a part of the 2012 ICC World T20 winning West Indies squad. For Mumbai Indians, Smith has brought stability to the top-order, often opening the batting with Sachin Tendulkar. In IPL 2013, Smith led the way with 418 runs, including four fifties.

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