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Sam Curran Net Worth 2022, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, LifeStyle, Relation, Birthday
In this article, we will explore the net worth, profession, and wiki of cricketer Sam Curran.
Sam Curran Net Worth 2022
He is an English cricketer. Sam Curran is a left-handed all-rounder. He is also a power-hitter. He was born on 3 June 1998 in the UK.
WIKI Of Sam Curran
|The full name of Sam Curran||His full name is Samuel Matthew Curren|
|The Nickname of Sam Curran||His nickname is Curran|
|DOB||The DOB of Sams Curran is 3 June 1998|
|BP||His BP is the UK|
|Age||His age is 24 years old|
|The weight of Sam Curran||5.9 ft|
|The height of Sam Curran||70 kg|
|Father name of Sam Curran||Kevin Curran|
|Mother of Sam Curran||N/A|
|Marital status of Sam Curran||He is single|
|Brother name||Tom Curran (cricketer)|
|Role in team||As bowling all-rounder|
Domestic Career Of Sam Curran
Like his brother, he also represents the Surrey team at the u-15 to the u-17 level. At the Oval in 2015, he made his 1st appearance at the senior level from Surrey in the Natwest Blast t20 tournament. He made his way to debut against Kent in 1st class level.
Sam Curran became the youngest to take 5 wicket haul on his debut match for Surrey in a County match. He made his ODI debut on a domestic level against Northamptonshire on July 27, 2015.
T20 Franchise Career of Sam Curran
In the season of 2017 and 2018, he was made a contract with Auckland Aces. In 2018, he was brought in the team by KXIP in IPL for one million dollars.
He also took a hat-trick and score twenty runs as an opener against DD in IPL. Sam Curran also won the MOM award due to his performance. He scored a 50 against KKR on just twenty-three balls in 2019 IPL.
International Career Of Sam Curran
He was in the u-19 squad for the 2016 ICC u-19 world cup. He was also selected for FNG Lions for the series against SA A and tour of UAE.
Sam Curran made his way to the ENG team for the Trans-Tasman series of three teams against AUS and NZ in 2017-18. But he does not play a single match in this series.
On May 30, 2018, he was again selected in the team for a series against Pak as cover to Ben Stokes. He made his 1st appearance for ENG in the test and he scored twenty runs and took two wickets in this match.
On June 24, 2018, he made his 1st appearance against AUS for the ODI series. He made his t20 debut for ENG in a series against NZ on November 1, 2019.