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Robert William Trevor Key (born 12 May 1979) is an English former cricketer and cricket commentator who played international cricket in all formats for England and domestic cricket for Kent County Cricket Club. He is the current managing director of the England Cricket team.




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Key became Kent captain following the 2006 English cricket season, following David Fulton's resignation. He led Kent to a County Championship 2nd Division Championship title in 2010, two Twenty20 Cup Finals Day appearances and a Friends Provident Trophy final. He resigned as Kent captain following the 2012 English cricket season and James Tredwell became club captain. Key only had one season off as captain as Tredwell then himself resigned and Key was named as his replacement, captaining the county for another two years until the end of the 2015 season.[1]


Following the winter international series in South Africa, Key returned to domestic action with Kent. While not having as successful a season as in the previous year, he still scored over 1,500 runs.[20] This included two centuries in the same match against Surrey, during the second of which he shared a county third-wicket record partnership of 323 with Martin van Jaarsveld. At the end of the season, Key was named the new county captain following the resignation of David Fulton, a role he took on in order to help his chances of regaining a place in the England side.[21]


His first season as captain saw his form slide, as Kent's chairman of cricket Graham Johnson related at the end of the season: "His commitment to the team has probably impacted on his own form".[22] Nonetheless, he was given the captaincy of the England A team in their fixture against Pakistan, and led Kent to fifth place in the top tier of the County Championship. The following season saw Key lead Kent to silverware, whilst returning to some of his best form. He struck a total of eight centuries, and amassed a total of 2,267 runs in all competitions, whilst also leading Kent to the finals day of the 2007 Twenty20 Cup, in which Kent defeated Sussex and Gloucestershire to claim the trophy.[23] However, Key was later found guilty of "serious dissent" following his controversial dismissal in the final.[24]


Key briefly returned to international cricket for the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 competition, playing his only Twenty20 International match against the Netherlands during the tournament as a replacement for the injured Kevin Pietersen. He scored 10 not out from eight balls in a match where the Netherlands successfully chased their target from the final ball.[63][64]


This is a list of Pakistani national cricket captains who have represented the Pakistani national cricket team in international cricket at a professional level. Pakistan became an official member of the Imperial Cricket Conference (now the International Cricket Council) on 28 July 1950.


The position of captain in the Pakistan team has often been accused of controversy by critics, particularly in recent times, with several players being banned for unprofessional behaviour. The team's greatest successes in One Day International cricket, arrived in 1992, when they won the Cricket World Cup under the captaincy of Imran Khan. Their most important Twenty20 cricket success in recent years, came in 2009 when they won the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, under the leadership of Younis Khan and another recent important victory is the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy under the leadership of Sarfraz Ahmed. Babar Azam is the only Pakistan captain who has scored centuries in all formats as a captain. Babar Azam now has the most centuries for Pakistan as a captain.


This is a list of cricketers who have captained the Pakistan national cricket team for at least one Test match (not including vice-captains and other players who have deputised on the field for any period of time during a match where the captain has been unable to play).


This is a list of cricketers who have captained the Pakistan national cricket team for at least one One Day International. The table of results is complete to the end of the Micromax Asia Cup. Pakistan's most successful One Day captain in terms of number of won matches is Imran Khan, who retired after lifting the 1992 cricket World Cup. And the current Captain is Babar Azam. He was appointed in May 2020.


This is a list of cricketers who have captained the Pakistani national cricket team for at least one Twenty20 International (T20I).[6] Shahid Afridi was named as the T20I captain in September 2014 replacing Mohammad Hafeez and Babar Azam has now been assigned to lead team Pakistan immediately after his supercharged performances in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.[7]


This is a list of cricketers who have captained the Pakistani women's cricket team for at least one women's one-day international. The table of results is complete as of present(2017). Pakistan have only ever competed in one World Cup, that of 1997/8, when they finished bottom of their qualifying group.The current Captain is Bismah Maroof. She was appointed after ICC Women's World Cup 2017.


Virat Kohli (Hindi pronunciation: [ʋɪˈɾɑːʈ ˈkoːɦli] (listen); born 5 November 1988) is an Indian international cricketer and former captain of the Indian national team who plays as a right-handed batsman for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL and for Delhi in Indian domestic cricket. Widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of all time,[3] Kohli holds the record for scoring most runs in both T20 internationals and in IPL. In 2020, the International Cricket Council named him as player of decade. Kohli has won Man of the Tournament award twice at the ICC World Twenty20, in 2014 and 2016. Playing for his franchise in IPL, he won the Orange Cap and Most-valuable Player Award in 2016 season. Furthermore has won most player of the match and series awards in T20I. With 40 wins in 68 Test matches, he is India's most successful Test captain. Kohli has also contributed to India's successes, including winning the 2011 World Cup and the 2013 Champions trophy.


Born and raised in Delhi, Kohli trained in West Delhi Cricket Academy; started his youth career with Delhi Under-15 team. Kohli made his international debut in 2008 and quickly became a key player in the ODI team. He made his Test debut in 2011.[4] In 2013, Kohli reached the number one spot in the ICC rankings for ODI batsmen for the first time.[5] During 2014 T20 World Cup, he set a record for the most runs scored in the tournament. In 2018, he achieved yet another milestone, becoming the world's top-ranked Test batsman, making him the only Indian cricketer to hold the number one spot in all three formats of the game. His form continued in 2019, where he became the first player to score 20,000 international runs in single decade. In 2021, Virat Kohli made the decision to step down as the captain of the Indian national team for T20Is, following the T20 World Cup and in early 2022 he stepped down as the captain of the Test team as well.


Kohli has received many accolades for his performances on the cricket field. He was recognized as the ICC ODI Player of the Year in 2012 and has won Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy, given to the ICC Cricketer of the Year, on two occasions, in 2017 and 2018. Kohli also won ICC Test Player of the Year and ICC ODI Player of the Year awards in 2018, becoming the first player to win both awards in the same year. Additionally, Kohli was named the Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for three consecutive years, from 2016 to 2018. At the national level, Kohli was honoured with the Arjuna Award in 2013, the Padma Shri under the sports category in 2017 and the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award, India's highest sporting honour, in 2018.


Dhoni returned to the team as captain for the second match at Brisbane where Kohli scored 19 and 1 in a four-wicket defeat for India.[87] In the Melbourne Boxing Day Test, he made his personal best Test score(of that time) of 169 in the first innings while sharing a 262 runs partnership with Rahane, India's biggest partnership outside Asia in ten years.[192] Kohli followed it with a score of 54 in India's second innings on the fifth day helping his team draw the Test match.[87] Dhoni announced his retirement from Test cricket at the conclusion of this match and Kohli was appointed as the full-time Test captain ahead of the fourth Test at Sydney.[193] Captaining the Test team for the second time, Kohli hits 147 runs in the first innings of the match and became the first batsman in Test cricket history to score three hundreds in his first three innings as Test captain.[194] He was dismissed for 46 in the second innings and the match ended in a draw.[195] Kohli's total of 692 runs in four Tests is the most by any Indian batsman in a Test series in Australia.[194]


Kohli maintained his good form in the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 in India, scoring 55* in another successful run-chase against Pakistan.[212] He struck an unbeaten 82 from 51 balls in India's must-win group match against Australia in "an innings of sheer class" with "clean cricket shots".[213] It helped India win by six wickets and register a spot in the semi-final. In the semi-final, Kohli top-scored with an unbeaten 89 from 47 deliveries, but West Indies overhauled India's total of 192 and ended India's campaign.[214] His total of 273 runs in five matches at an average of 136.50 earned him his second consecutive Man of the Tournament award at the World Twenty20.[215] He was named as captain of the 'Team of the Tournament' for the 2016 World Twenty20 by the ICC.[216]


In March 2018, Kohli showed interest to county cricket in England in June in order to improve his batting before the start of India's tour to England the following month.[235] He signed to play for Surrey but a neck injury ruled him out of his stint in England before it even began.[236] On 2 August, Kohli scored his first Test century on English soil in the first test match of the series against England.[237] On 5 August, Kohli displaced Steve Smith to become the No. 1 ranked Test batsman in the ICC Test rankings. He also became the seventh Indian batsman and first since Sachin Tendulkar in June 2011 to achieve this feat.[238] In the third test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Kohli scored 97 and 103 and helped India win by 203 runs.[239] At the end of 5-match test series, Kohli scored 593 runs which was third highest runs by an Indian batsman in a losing test series. Kohli's consistent performance in the series against the moving ball when other batsman failed to perform was hailed by British Media as one of his finest. The Guardian describes Kohli's batting display as One of the Greatest batting display in a losing cause.[240]


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