Marnus Labuschagne (Cricketer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Biography, Family (Father), Career, Cast, IPL Price, Girlfriend, Net Worth & More
Marnus Labuschagne is a professional cricketer of the Australian national cricket team. Labuschagne is South African-born but plays from the Australian national cricket team and domestic cricket for the Queensland cricket team. He is a right-handed Batting allrounder.
|Real Name||Marnus Labuschagne|
|Date of Birth||22 June 1994|
|Age (as in 2021)||27 years old|
|Birth Place||Klerksdorp, North West Province, South Africa|
Mother: Alta Labuschagne
Siblings: Ame Labuschagne (Sister)
|Home Town||Haldia, West Bengal, India|
Birth and Early life
Marnus Labuschagne was born on 22nd June 1994 in Klerksdorp, North West Province of South Africa. Marnus’s parents are from Africa and he grew up there and his parents immigrated to Australia when Marnus was 10 years old. His father worked in the mining industry in Australia, so he had to shift to Australia. After this Marnus completed his studies at Brisbane State High School.
He grew up speaking Afrikaans in the beginning, then after coming to Australia, he started speaking English.
Education and More
|School||Brisbane State High School|
Marnus Labuschagne started playing cricket in Australia itself and started his professional cricket career from there. Playing cricket for his country, first played for Australia’s domestic team Queensland at the under-12, under-15, under-17, and then under-19 level and captained the team in the 2012-13 national championship. In Brisbane grade cricket, Marnus plays cricket for the East-Redlands District Salt Cricket Club.
He tried his skills in the Devon Premier League in 2013 with a cricket club called Plymouth in England. In 2014, another English club played cricket in the Kent Premier League for Sandwich Town Cricket Club and played great cricket for both the clubs.
In 2014–15, Labuschagne made his first-class debut against South Australia in the first round of the Sheffield Shield season at the Adelaide Oval.
In October 2015, Labuschagne made his List A debut in the One Day Cup playing for his team Queensland and the following month scored his first century in first-class cricket.
Labuschagne made his county cricket debut in April 2019 and signed with Glamorgan County Cricket Club for the English cricket season.
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Labuschagne was Queensland’s leading run-scorer in the 2017-18 Sheffield Shield and was included by Cricket Australia in their Sheffield Shield squad of the season. As a result of this performance, in September 2018, he was included in Australia’s national cricket Test team for the series against Pakistan. With this, he made his Test debut for Australia against Pakistan on 7 November 2018.
In the first test match of his career, Labuschagne could not do much with the bat, but he did take two wickets for his opposition in the bowling.
The following year, in 2018, Labuschagne was included in the Australian One Day International squad ahead of the team’s tour of India.
In the year 2019, Labuschagne was included in Australia’s squad for the 2019 Ashes series, but he did not get a chance to play, but on the fifth day of the second Test, Steve Smith had to be ruled out of the match due to injury, then Labuschagne played with Steve Smith at the ground. He came as a substitute and with this, he became the first player to concussion substitute in a Test match after the change in International Cricket Council (ICC) regulation.
In the same year Labuschagne scored his first century in a Test match against Pakistan, scoring 185 runs at the Gabba. That year he scored 3 consecutive centuries, after that in early 2020, he also scored his first double century in a test match against New Zealand, in which he scored 215 runs.
He ended the year 2019 as the highest run-scorer in Test matches in the year 2019 and due to that he moved straight from 166 to the fourth position in the ICC Test Rankings.
Labuschagne made his ODI debut on 14 January 2020 against India but was unable to bat or bowl in his debut match as his team won the match by ten wickets.
|Playing Style||Batting allrounder|
|International Debut||U-19: 2012-13|
Test: 7 November 2018 against Pakistan
ODI: 14 January 2020, Against India
T20: Not Yet.
|Debut Matches||First-class on 2014–15|
List A, October 05, 2015
T20, January 17, 2017
|Teams||Jharkhand, Gujarat Lions,|
|Batting Style||Right Handed Batsman|
|Best Record||1. Fastest 2000 runs|
2. Highest Career Batting Average (62.14)
|IPL Debut Match||Not Yet|
|Year of Played Matches and Teams||Not Yet|
Personal Life & More
Labuschagne belongs to a Christian family and has great faith in his religion. His mother name is Alta Labuschagne, but his father name is not known. He has a sister named Ame Labuschagne, Labuschagne is married and his wife’s name is Rebekah Labuschagne and couple blessed with a son.
|Marriage Date||26th May 2017|
|Wife Name||Rebekah Labuschagne|
Physical Status & More
|Height (approx.)||5-11”(In Feet)|
|Weight (approx.)||69 Kg|
|Hair Colour||Dark Brown|
Some Important Facts About Marnus Labuschagne
- Marnus Labuschagne was born in Africa but he is play cricket for Australia.
- He initially worked as a hot spot infrared camera operator for Channel 9.
- Marnus Labuschagne, the first-ever anti-concussion substitute player, became the leading run-scorer in 2019 Test matches when he replaced Steve Smith in 2nd Test of Ashes.
- In 2019, he moved straight from 166 to the fourth position in the ICC Test Rankings.
- He hold the record of consecutive innings.
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