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    Farhaan Behardien

    • Role: Batter
    • Batting: Right Hand Batter
    • Bowling: Right arm,medium fast
    • Date of Birth: October 09, 1983
    • Place of Birth: South Africa

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Farhaan Behardien has been an outstanding performer in domestic limited overs cricket for a number of seasons and the only surprise about his call-up for the one-off New Age Friendship Cup T20 match against India in 2012 was that he had had to wait so long for international recognition.

He had previously impressed both with his talent and temperament while playing for South Africa A and the SA Emerging Squad as well as for his franchise. He hit a straight six off the last ball to win the Hong Kong Sixes for his country in 2009.

He has also established himself in the ODI squad and has emerged as one of the Proteas’ best finishers in this format.

Statistics

Batting
Format M IN NO R HS AVG SR 100S 50S CT ST
ODIs 56 46 12 1033 70 30.38 97.54 0 6 26 0
T20Is 32 24 9 403 64* 26.86 119.58 0 1 11 0
First-class 98 153 14 5677 150* 40.84 54.15 8 39 64 0
List A 184 154 40 4324 113* 37.92 93.87 4 26 69 0
Twenty20 141 118 43 2519 72* 33.58 130.72 0 10 59 0
Bowling
Format Mat Balls runs wkts bbm avg econ sr 4w 5w
ODIs 56 748 719 14 3/19 51.35 5.76 53.4 0 0
T20Is 32 30 27 3 2/15 9.00 5.40 10.0 0 0
First-class 98 2182 1163 32 36.34 3.19 68.1 0 0
List A 184 1840 1713 34 3/16 50.38 5.58 54.1 0 0
Twenty20 141 115 176 5 2/15 35.20 9.18 23.0 0 0

We didn’t assess quickly enough – Behardien

Standard Bank Proteas captain, Farhaan Behardien, admits that the batsmen struggled to adapt to the slow and spinning conditions in their three-wicket loss to Sri Lanka in the second KFC T20 International at the Bidvest Wanderers on Sunday.


Behardien to lead Proteas in T20 Series

FARHAAN BEHARDIEN has been appointed as stand-in captain of the Standard Bank Proteas for the first two matches in the KFC T20 International Series against Sri Lanka.


Behardien puts Titans in charge

FARHAAN BEHARDIEN’S brisk half-century guided The Unlimited Titans out of a sticky situation and took them to a 26-run victory over the Cape Cobras in Sunday’s RAM SLAM T20 clash at SuperSport Park.


Proteas primed for Cuttack change

The Oxigen Proteas are prepared for the almost 360 degree change in conditions expected for the second T20 International against India at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack on Monday. The series has moved 2000km from the cooler temperatures of Dharamsala to the hot and humid climate of east India.


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