Phil Mustard is a left handed batsman and wicketkeeper in the England cricket team. He has also played for teams like England Under-19s, Durham Cricket Board and Durham.

Phil Mustard played his first One day International on 1st October 2007 against Sri Lanka at Dambulla (Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium). As a wicketkeeper, he stumped one batsman. He was allocated the no. 2 batting slot and he smashed 27 runs in 17 deliveries inclusive of 3 boundaries and 1 sixer. Sri Lanka won this match by 119 runs. Mustard debuted in Twenty20 Internationals on 5th February 2008 at Auckland (Eden Park) and the opponent was New Zealand. In this match, he was the opening batsman and he gathered 20 runs in 13 balls and this knock consisted of 1 sixer and 2 fours. This match was won by England by 32 runs.

Career Highlights

Born 8 Oct 1982
Nationality England England
Team History
England National Cricket Team England 2000 - 2008

Phil Mustard represented his country in 10 One day Internationals in which he amassed 233 runs at a batting strike rate of 92.46 and batting average of 23.30. His highest score was 83 and he clobbered 28 boundaries and 5 sixers. He stumped 2 batsmen and took 9 catches. He played in just 2 Twenty20 Internationals in which he accrued 60 runs with 40 as his highest score.

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