Live Scores Upcoming Results
Brett Lee Profile, Australia Cricket Player Brett Lee Biography, Information About Australia Bowler Brett Lee

Brett Lee  (Australia)

Brett Lee Full Name: Brett Lee
Date of Birth: Nov 08, 1976, Wollongong, New South Wales
Major Team: Australia, Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders, New South Wales, Otago, Sydney Sixers, Wellington
Playing Roll: Bowler
Batting Style: Right
Bowling Style: Right-arm fast
Nick Name: Bing
Height: 1.87 m
International Debut: 1999

Batting And Fielding Records

Type M Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Test 76 90 18 1451 64 20.15 2739 52.98 - 5 182 18 23 -
ODI 221 110 44 1176 59 17.82 1407 83.58 - 3 69 35 54 -
T20I 25 12 6 101 43* 16.83 71 142.25 - - 9 4 6 -

Bowling Records

Type M Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Eco SR 4W 5W 10W
Test 76 150 16531 9554 310 5/30 9/171 30.82 3.47 53.33 17 10 -
ODI 221 217 11185 8877 380 5/22 5/22 23.36 4.76 29.43 14 9 -
T20I 25 25 545 714 28 3/23 3/23 25.50 7.86 19.46 - - -

Career Statistics

Test Debut:  Australia v India at Melbourne, 26-30, Dec 1999
ODI Debut:  Australia v Pakistan at Brisbane, Jan 09, 2000
T20I Debut:  New Zealand v Australia at Auckland, Feb 17, 2005

Relation Brother - Shane Lee

Brett Lee Records

  • Brett Lee was the first player in Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket to take a hat-trick against Bangladesh during first World T20 in 2007 at Newlands, Cape Town
  • He also has an ODI hat-trick to his name, achieved in the 2003 World Cup against Kenya. Lee was the first Australian and fourth bowler to ever achieve this feat in World Cup history.
  • Lee was the fastest Australian ODI player to take 100 wickets (now records breaks by Mitchell Starc in 52 matches). He reached the milestone in his 55th match.
  • He is the fastest bowler to take 300 ODI wickets. He achieved this in 171 ODI matches.
  • Lee is the second highest wicket taker for Australia in ODIs, with 380 wickets.
  • 2nd fastest bowler in the world. Bowled a ball of speed 161.1 km/h (100.1 mph) against New Zealand. Fastest ball is 161.3 km/h (100.2 mph) ball bowled by Shoaib Akhtar.
  • He announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket in 12 July 2012
Live Scores Upcoming Results
Players Index by Type

Top