Australia head coach Justin Langer has confirmed that all-rounder Daniel Christian is returning to international cricket.
New Delhi. Australia head coach Justin Langer has confirmed that all-rounder Daniel Christian is returning to international cricket. On Friday, Australia is to play the first T20 match with the West Indies and it is believed that Christian’s play is certain. Daniel played his last match for Australia in 2017 against India in Ranchi.
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Langer also spoke of Christian being a lucky charm because of the globe-rotating T20 titles. Christian won the T20 Blast title in 2017 under the captaincy of Notts Outlaws and led Trinbago Knight Riders to victory in the same year. In 2018, he was a member of Joji Stars who won the Mzansi Super League.
In 2019, Christian won the Big Bash League title for Melbourne Renegades. Last year, Christian led Knots Outlaw to another Blast title, followed by Sydney Sixers’ BBL victory in February this year. His most recent T20 stint was with Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL.
As Langer said, it’s almost becoming an urban myth, isn’t it? Wherever he plays, we win. He’s so excited, he’s probably a little nervous tonight—excited to play for Australia again—and I just love seeing, seeing the energy in him.