David Miller

Team Kings XI Punjab Kings XI Punjab
Role Batsman
Born Jun 10, 1989
Nationality South Africa South Africa
Team History
South Africa National Cricket Team South Africa 2019 - present
Rajasthan Royals Rajasthan Royals 2020 - present
Kings XI Punjab Kings XI 2012 - present

David Andrew Miller is a South African cricket player born in 1989 in South Africa. He is a right arm slow bowler and a left handed batsman, who plays domestic cricket for the team of Dolphins and has even represented the team of South Africa, in both Twenty20 international matches and in ODIs. Presently, he is with the Kings XI Punjab team to play at the IPL 5 season 2012.

It was in 2007-08 that David Miller made his first class debut in the team of Dolphins domestic SuperSport series, scoring a half century in the first innings itself. Miller made 8 appearances in the one day MTN Domestic Championship event, though his final match got abandoned after 3 overs. He scored an average of 13 runs throughout the event, where the team finished in the fifth place in the league. David played 2 matches in the Pro20 series of twenty20 match for the team of Dolphins, with the team finished as defeated finalists in the match.

With right to international career, Miller made his Twenty20 international debut for the team of South Africa in 2010 in Antigua against the team of West Indies. Miller replaced injured Jacques Kallis, and with his input, the team won by one runs. After two days of this victory, David made his ODI Debut and performed exceptionally well. He was selected to play in Zimbabwe’s tour of South Africa, contributing in both T20 and ODI formats with a victory in both matches. This middle order batsman is playing presently for the 2011 IPL Franchise team, Kings XI Punjab.

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