Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Test Debut vs England at Lord's, May 21, 2015
ODI Debut vs India at Sky Stadium, Jan 31, 2014
T20 Debut vs Pakistan at Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dec 04, 2014
- New Zealand
- New Zealand A
- CSK - Chennai
- New Zealand XI
- KXIP - Punjab
- Edinburgh Rocks
Matt Henry overview
Mathew James Henry also known with the name of Matt Henry was born on 14 december,1991 in Canterbury, New Zealand. He is a right arm fast paced bowler. He took his education path and completed his studies from St Joseph School in Papanui.
He is a bustling pacer, who has proved his fast forward performance. Matt Henry kept his trumpeted base following the path of the great Shane Warne as he had his own spin ball experience as well as the lower order batsman effect in his batting approach.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
He was duly compared with others off field. Henry being prone to injures like his acute back injury became a little off he track with his form and couldent really perform that good. He definitely never wanted that stroll in his performance but the fate made it worse for him. He still dint loose hopes and had a memorable ODI debut. Therefore in a match that was held against India, he had scored really well.
Matt Henry has played about 52 ODI matches and has scalped 92 wickets in total with his bowling techniques with an Economy rate of 5.41.Henry is touted as a fine talent, his ability to generate seam movement at good pace is what makes him stand apart from the other New Zealand bowlers who are usually dependent on their swing bowling .
Henry made his test debut at Lords against England on 21st may 2015. In his test career he has taken about 30 wickets in 12 matches with an Economy rate of 3.27 while his batting career includes 224 runs with an Strike rate of 76.45 and his highest score in a match stands at 66 runs.
He made his IPL debut against KKR - Kolkata at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium on May 09, 2017 and was playing for KXIP. He has played only 2 matches in the season and took just 1 wicket.
He made his first world cup debut against south Africa during the semi-final of 2015. He could not create much of an impact with the team. He was also not a regular member of the team, as there were many other senior players who were heading the tournament as well as the matches. He was selected specially for the knockouts which were also considered quite a crucial time for the team management. His part was sometimes a significant call for the team. The bowling attack of Matt Henry was considered as best sometimes for the team. Henry has taken almost 170 wickets and counting, which is quite a huge number in the making of the cricket playing career. Matt Henry still proves to be a shining and rising name in the world of cricket and we truly still make an urge to watch his master play from all angles.