Mitchell Johnson is an Australian Former cricketer, this left arm fast bowler and left- handed batsman plays all forms of the cricket. He got retired from the International cricket in 2015 and in 2018 he got retired from all forms of cricket. Within 2 years and 139 days he took 150 test wickets and he proves himself as a quickest bowler.
Now he is working as a commentator for the JLT cup and Big Bash League on Fox Cricket. In his cricket career he represents Australia for 256 matches and he was last Australian to have test cap number in 300s.
Australian Cricket Player Mitchell Johnson Profile:
|Full Name||Mitchell Guy Johnson|
|Nick Name||Midge, Notch|
|Date Of Birth||2 November 1981|
|Birth Place||Townsville, Queensland, Australia|
|Bowling Style||Left arm fast medium|
|Batting Style||Left-handed batsman|
Mitchell Johnson Physical Statics :
Mitchell Johnson Family & Relationships :
|Father Name||Kevin Johnson|
|Mother Name||Vikki Harber|
|Spouse Name||Jessica Bratich|
|Daughter Name||Rubika Anne Johnson|
|Son Name||Leo Max Johnson|
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Biography Of Mitchell Johnson :
Mitchell Johnson Childhood :
In his childhood he wanted to become a professional tennis player and his favourite tennis player was Pete Sampras. In his 14th age he receives an offer to shift Brisbane to improve his tennis skill but it didn’t happen until his age 17. So he leaves his childhood dream and concentrates on cricket. Johnson attends the fast bowling class, when he was 17. The former test fast bowler Dennis Lillee identifies his talent and appoints him in the Australian Cricket Academy in Adelaide.
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Mitchell Johnson Early Life :
In 2007 he made his test debut for Australia and in 2013 he was removed from the national team due to his low performance. But later in the 2013-2014 test series he proved his skills and got his second Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy and ICC Player of the year award in 2014. He gave a main part in 2015 World cup finals and semi-final and his contribution gives Australia the World Cup for the fifth time. In 2009 he received the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy from International Cricket Council.In his IPL career he played for Kings XI Punjab in the year 2014 and he shifted to Mumbai Indians in 2017 for 2 crore. Next year he was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL auction for 314,000 US.
Mitchell Johnson Played Teams :
Australia, Western Australia, Perth Scorchers, Mumbai Indians, Durham, Brisbane Heat, Kings XI Punjab, Hobart Hurricanes, Kolkata Knight Riders
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Mitchell Johnson Career Information :
- Test debut : On Nov 08, 2007 vs Sri Lanka at The Gabba
- Last Test : On Nov 13, 2015 vs New Zealand at W.A.C.A. Ground
- ODI debut : On Dec 10, 2005 vs New Zealand at AMI Stadium
- Last ODI : On Mar 29, 2015 vs New Zealand at Melbourne Cricket Ground
- T20 debut : On Sep 12, 2007 vs Zimbabwe at Newlands
- Last T20 : On Aug 31, 2013 vs England at Riverside Ground
- IPL debut : On Apr 04, 2013 vs Royal Challengers Bangalore at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
- Last IPL : On May 06, 2018 vs Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium
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Mitchell Johnson Batting & Fielding Records
Mitchell Johnson Bowling Career
Records Of Mitchell Johnson :
- He become the first Australian cricketer to score 300 runs and take 30 wickets in a calendar year.
- In Test cricket he score more than 2000 runs and 300 wickets and become the second Australia cricketer after Shane Warne and 13th overall to achieve this feet.
Awards Of Mitchell Johnson :
- ICC award for test player of the year.
- Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy.
- Allan Border Medal.
- ICC ODI Team of the Year
- McGilvray Medal
Mitchell Johnson on Social Media:
- INSTAGRAM : @mitchjohnson398
- TWITTER : @mitchjhonson398
- FACEBOOK : @mitchjohnson398
Mitchell Johnson Hobbies & Favourites :
- Hobbies : Car racing, Playing Tennis
- Favourite Sports : V8 Supercars, MotoGp, Formula 1, NBA Basketball
- Favourite Songs : The Butterful Effect by Michael suby, 2Pac by Tupac Shakur