Chris Jordan Profile – ICC Ranking, Age, Career Info, Biography & Stats

Chris Jordan Profile & ICC Ranking

Introduction of Chris Jordan: Chris Jordan is one of the famous players of England who played IPL for more than 6 years and has od batting experience and he has won great titles for the England team. He is one of the most popular English players who played all three formats of cricket for the England International Cricket Team. 

Chris Jordan played a total of 19 different teams in his cricket career. Chris is a popular player in India too and he has good value in the IPL. 

Early Life of Chris Jordan 

Chris Jordan was born in Christchurch Barbados on the 4th of October 1988 He completed his education at Combermere School (Bridgetown) and Dulwich College (England) 

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The Career of Chris Jordan 

Chris Jordan played for Surrey from 2007 to 2012 and from 2012 to 2013 he played for Barbados r after his great performance in Domestic cricket he was chosen to play with Sussex from 2013 to 2021. In Twenty-twenty format he was chosen to franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2016.

Later in 2017 – 2018 for Sunrisers Hyderabad.  In 2020 to 2021 for Punjab Kings and 2022 for one of the most popular IPL teams Chennai Super Kings. 

Over the years he played for more than 7 other different teams for different titles and with different jersey numbers, He was most popular due to his right arm fast bowling skill. Chris Jordan made his debut in a test match on 12th June 2014 representing England against Sri Lanka at Lords.  

He played a total of 8 test matches for the English cricket team and scored 180 runs with 18 .00 batting average and 35.80 bowling average and took a total of 21 wickets.

His last test match was against West Indies at Bridgetown on the 1st of May 2015.

Chris made his debut in an ODI against Australia on the 2nd of February 2014. He played 34 one-day matches while having a batting average of 12.14 and bowling average of 35.80 scoring 170 runs and taking 45 wickets. About twenty he made his debut on the 11th of June 2008 against Essex representing Surrey.

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In T20I and FC he played a total of 195 matches and scored a total of 3858 runs including 3 centuries and 15 half centuries by taking a total of 335 wickets.