Australian all-rounder Cameron Green, who recently became the second-highest-paid player in Indian Premier League history, said on Monday that his first Test match would have ended on the first day of the Boxing Day test against South Africa.
It’s been a fascinating week for Australian all-rounder Cameron Green. The 23-year-old, who recently became his second-highest-paid player in the history of the Indian premier league, made his debut in Boxing on Monday in a match against South Africa, the first day of his test. clinched his first victory.
Pat Cummins won the draw and elected to play the MCG, Australia came to Melbourne with a 1–0 advantage in the three game series.
Green helped bundle South Africa to 189. He started removing his Theunis de Bryun just before lunch. Green broke a 112-run stand between Kyle Verreynne and Marco Janssen, removing that duo and Rabada with seven deliveries. Lungi Ngidi was his fifth wicket of his. Earlier this week, Green joined the list of big money earners when he made history by becoming the highest paid player in the IPL after signing with the Mumbai Indians for INR 17.5 CR at just under €1 million. joined.
All this just six months after its debut in Australia in April 2022 (T20Is). In his eight games, Green has batted 173.75 and has his 50-plus score twice. By the way, this two-and-a-half century arrived against the Indians. He also has 5 wickets in 7 innings to his name.
In the Tests, Green scored 755 runs in 17 games, averaging 32.82 and his highest score was 84. He also has 18 wickets from the same number of games.
At the ODI, in his 13 matches he scored 290 runs, his highest score being his 89*, with 11 wickets also to his credit.