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Who Is Jason Holder? LSG V/S RR Match What Happened To Jason Holder?

Jason Holder:- He is a well-known Barbadian Cricketer and also best known for playing IPL matches for various teams. In IPL 2022 he played for Lucknow Super Giants [LSG]. In this blog, we bring information about the last IPL match LSG V/S RR [Rajasthan Royals] on 15th May 2022. This match was won by Rajasthan Royals. Jason Holder is the key player of LSG, but in last with RR he didn’t get any wickets and also didn’t make any runs for the team.

Who Is Jason Holder?

Jason is a Barbadian-born Cricketer who is best known for his playing skills and his bowling style. He is 30 years old now and he played International Cricket for the West Indies team. He also played IPL [Indian Premium Leadge]. Currently, he played for Lucknow Super Giants [LSG] in IPL 2022. He was born on 5 November 1991 in Bridgetown, Barbados. He has 2.01 meters in height. 

LSG V/S RR Match What Happened To Jason Holder?

LSG lost its last match with Rajasthan Royals and the key player of the LSG team Jason Holder is not getting any runs for the team and didn’t get any wickets for the team so he is now trending on social media. He has a lot of experience in T-20 cricket and also IPL. LSG Captain is not happy with his most experienced player Jason Holder. 

Jason Holder Wiki

Career Details of Jason Holder

His real name is Jason Omar Holder, and he is a Barbadian cricketer best known as the former captain of the West Indies cricketers. He is a right-arm fast bowling all-rounder. In January 2013, Holder made his One Day International (ODI) debut for West Indies. His Test debut came in June 2014. In June 2019, Holder represented the West Indies in his 100th ODI match. Having been named the Test Player of the Year by Cricket West Indies, Holder is also the first player from the West Indies to score three T20I hat-tricks. According to the ICC Test all-rounder rankings, Holder is rated as the world’s most valuable all-rounder as of March 2022.

Holder made his ODI debut on 1 February 2013 against Australia. Holder was selected for the Test squad in June 2014. He made his Test debut on 26 June 2014 against New Zealand.  After Dwayne Bravo was sacked as the captain of the national cricket team, he became the youngest captain of the West Indies team in the ODI format. At 23 years and 72 days, he was the youngest captain in the history of the country.

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