Daryl Mitchell Wife, IPL, Stats, T20 World Cup innings vs England

New Zealand’s rising star Daryl Mitchell’s name has been rising over the headlines since he made his debut for the national country. Hailing from Hamilton, New Zealand, the batting all-rounder was born on 20th May 1991. Michell made his first-class debut in the 2011-12 season and it didn’t take him long to assert his authority in the game. He came into the limelight during the domestic season 2018-19 as his consistent performances earned him the national T20I call-up in the home series against New Zealand in 2019. He since then has only risen in ranks and has been a regular feature for his national team in all the formats of the game.

Daryl Mitchell Stats
Daryl Mitchell has represented New Zealand in 5 Test matches, 3 ODIs and 21 T20Is. Despite playing only a few matches his stats depict his quality as a player. Here are his stats

Daryl Mitchell so far has not earned an IPL contract. However, with mega auction ahead, the swashbuckling batting all-rounder is likely to get a high bid for the next edition of the Indian Premier League.

Daryl Mitchell Wife
Daryl Mitchell has not married yet and neither there are rumours about his girlfriend.

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Daryl Michell T20 World Cup innings vs England
Daryl Mitchell played one of the best knocks of his career in the T20 World Cup semi-final against England. Chasing the target of 167 runs, New Zealand batters struggled to find their timing right and kept losing wickets at regular intervals. While the wickets kept falling at the one end, Michell despite struggling at first, held one end and kept ticking the scoreboard.

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