Morne Morkel Wiki, Age, Career, Biography, Affair, Height, Family
Morne Morkel is an international cricketer of a South African team. Morne Morkel was born on 6 October 1984 in Vereeniging, Transvaal Province, South Africa.
In every sport, if you play for his country 10 to 12 years so your team members look like family members, the retirement of the cricket is a very hard day for every player.
Morne Morkel he announced that he would retire from all forms of international cricket at the end of the four-match Test series against Australia on 66th February 2018. On 31st March 2018, Moekel played his last international cricket against Australia. Also read: Junior Dala
His first test debut match against India in 6th January 2006. And first time ODI debut against Asia XI on 6 June 2007. he is a very fine cricketer he plays all-rounder of his team. And well-known for bowling.
First T20 international cricket was playing on 11 September 2007 with the West Indies team.
The first time Morkel played IPL ( Indian Premier League) for Rajasthan Royals in the first three seasons of the Indian Premier League. He took 25 wickets in 16 matches and collected the Purple Cap for the best wicket-taker.
In cricket history, this is the least possibility that brothers played international cricket in the same team. But Morne Morkel and his Albie Morkel played. Albie Morkel his elder brother and he is also best cricketer of South Africa.
His father name is Albert Morkel and his mother name is Mariana Morkel. He is the younger children of his parents.
Morne Morkel – Wiki – Cricket History:
|Real Name||Morne Morkel|
|Nick Name||Morras, Haydos, Lobster|
|Date of Birth||October 6, 1984|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm fast|
|Birth Place||Vereeniging, Transvaal Province, South Africa.|
|Hometown||Vereeniging, Transvaal Province, South Africa.|
|Zodiac/ Star Sign||Not Known|
|Father’s Name||Albert Morkel|
|Mother’s Name||Mariana Morkel|
|Brother’s Name||Albie Morkel|
|Favorite Cricketer||Not Known|
Morne Morkel Cricket Debut Info:
|ODI Debut||Not Yet|
|Test Debut||6 January 2006 vs India|
|T20 International Debut||11 September 2007 v West Indies|
|ODI Debut||6 June 2007 v Asia XI|
|Team||Titans, St Lucia Zouks, Rajasthan Royals,
Kolkata Knight Riders, Kent, Easterns,
Delhi Daredevils, Africa XI, and South Africa
|Style and Role||Right Arm Fast Bowler and Left-handed Batsman|