Happy B’Day Brett Lee – Tendulkar’s dream was Brett Lee, he ruled world cricket for 13 years

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Brett Lee turns 45

In the late 90s, a new star of the cricket world was preparing to emerge, it was an Australian fast bowler whose running, charging and going 150km / h was worth watching. When Australia used to dominate world cricket, a bowler who made a place in the hearts of cricket lovers, which continues to this day, his name is Brett Lee. Today Brett Lee celebrates his 45th birthday. Lee’s presence used to complete Australia’s bowling attack.

During his 13-year cricket career, Brett Lee set many important records. He became the first bowler to score a hat-trick at the World Cup in Australia. He also became the first bowler to hit a hat-trick at T20 Internationals. His two hat-tricks came only in ICC events, this shows that he was a great player. He made his test debut against India by taking five wickets. Today, on the special occasion of his 45th birthday, we will introduce you to some great and important moments from his career.

In 1999, Brett Lee made his Test debut against India during the Boxing Day Test. In the first about himself, he created his fear in the minds of the batters and finished the game with a five-wicket throw. The Indian team could not cope with their rhythm and the team lost that match by a large margin. This showed that Lee would play a long time for Australia. Apart from this, Australia won the West Indies, New Zealand and South Africa due to Lee’s lethal bowling. Also, the Kangaroo team defeated India and Sri Lanka at home. Brett Lee played 76 test matches in which he took 310 wickets.

Brett Lee’s career at ODI was amazing. He ran the five-terrain tour in his first ODI series. He also played this series against India in Adelaide. He played 221 ODI matches in his career taking 380 wickets.

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At the 2003 World Cup, Brett Lee threw 160 km / h and easily won the World Cup in South Africa.

The trademark for Brett Lee’s chainsaw was Celebration. In his 15-year career, he had taken Australia to the heights many times. He won the 2003 World Cup and the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy. When Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne retired, Brett Lee received the new ball and led the Australian attack under the captaincy of Ricky Ponting.

When Brett Lee used to play against the Indian team, the fans used to look at him even more closely, the reason was Sachin Tendulkar. In his day, hitting was dominated by Sachin Tendulkar, but then Brett Lee was a bowler who could control Sachin. Lee has fired Sachin many times at ODI cricket. Sachin has been fired the most times at ODI. Brett Lee has fired Sachin 9 times in ODI cricket. Lee has fired Tendulkar 5 times in test cricket. Overall, Sachin has been fired by Lee 15 times in international cricket.

In his international career, Lee has taken a total of 720 wickets. However, then his bowling decreased due to injury and then he could not become as lethal again. He retired from cricket in 2012 after the Big Bash Big.

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Aside from cricket, Brett Lee is also a good musician. He composed many songs in India. He is also a well-known commentator in the cricket world.


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