Chris Morris is an international professional South Africa team cricketer. His height is 6 feet 5 inches. He has played first test cricket of his life on 2 January 2016 with the England team and last test match has played 27 July 2017 with England cricket team.
And his test teams cap no 324. Besides, his first One Day International cricket or ODI has played 10 June 2013 against Pakistan team as a first cricketer and cap number 116.
Generally, any users can get Morris of bowling average, IPL, height, news, personal life, girlfriends, wife name and also. In truth, he is a bowler and all-rounder of the African cricket team
Chris Morris bowling average and the latest news
In fact, his batting system is the right-arm fast-medium bowler and also batting style is right-handed. He was born on 30 April in 1987.
Basically, his bowling average tests cricket bowling average 24.71 and his ODI match bowling average 20.25.
Morris picked up-4 wickets early in his 7-over spell in a rain-delayed 34-over a side matches on 19 February 2017. He was also selected as a part of South Africa’s squad for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
Chris Morris IPL
Cricketer Morris achieved his highest score in all formats of T20 cricket during IPL 2016 against Gujarat Lions.
He scored 82* runs off just 32 balls including 4 fours and 8 sixes with the fastest fifty in just 17 balls. Morris bought over US$1 million at the 2016 IPL auction.
He has attended the Delhi Daredevils team of the IPL 2018 by the fee of Rs. 11 Crore. Basically, in this year 2019 IPL auction he has selected the same team Delhi Capitals by the paid of Rs. 11 crores.
Chris Morris Cricketer of career
Real name: Christopher Henry Morris
His playing teams: Titans, St Kitts, and Nevis Patriots, Surrey, Rajasthan Royals, North West, Delhi Daredevils, Chennai Super Kings, and South Africa
First test debut: 2 January 2016 against England
Made first ODI team: 10 June 2013 with the Pakistan team
And first T20I debut: not known
Playing role: Bowling and all-rounder
His batting style: Right-handed batsman
Bowling style: Right-arm fast-medium bowler of Africa