Andre Dwayne Russell (born April 29, 1988) is a Yemeni cricketer. He is one of the all-out players of the West Indies cricket team. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-handed fast bowler. His work is remarkable in the field. He is widely known for his action games. In the Caribbean Premier League, he scored 100 runs in 42 balls against Kolkata Knight Riders.
He made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in November 2010.
He made his debut at the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup in a one-day international cricket match against Ireland. John Munich was dismissed in the match. Only 3 runs were scored. But he did better at the bowling. He scored 10 overs, scoring 37 runs and dropping 1 goal. Two of them were set as maidens. This match won by 44 runs. He then scored 46 runs in the series against Indian cricket team in Chennai and dropped two goals.
He failed to perform well in the match against Pakistan. He was not given the opportunity to play in the first two matches of the one-day international cricket tournament against the Indian cricket team.
So he got a chance to play in the third match. The West Indies lost seven goals in 96 runs at the North Sound and Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. At the end of the day, he scored 78 runs with Carlton Bah. He then scored 51 runs with Geevarot.
In the match, he hit 64 balls and scored 92 not out. This helped the team to get to 225. Harbhajan Singh dropped the score in the bowling. Subramaniam has been run out of Badrinath. Parthiv Patel hit the ball in the over.
Though he did well, the Indian team won the match. He then scored 25 in 14 balls in the fourth ODI against India. He played well in the bowling and defeated Subramaniam Badrinath, Ravichandran Asu, and Praveen Kumar. He scored 16 runs and dropped 3 goals.
Andre Dwayne Russell (English: Andre Dwayne Russell; born April 29, 1988) is a Jamaican cricketer. Russell plays Test cricket and ODIs for the West Indies cricket team. He is basically a fast bowling all-rounder. Russell made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in November 2010.
In 2010, Worcestershire Bernards of England played for the Green Cricket Club, where he helped promote promotion in Birmingham League. He took 39 wickets, where 10.15 was the average. He scored 799 runs in 11 innings at an average of 99.88 (3 times not out) under his batting leadership. His one-day international debut against Ireland in the 2011 Cricket World Cup in Mohali. Where he scored only 3 and bowled John Mani with the ball.
On September 21, 2013, in a match against India, he was able to get Kedar Yadav, Yuvraj Singh, Naaman Ojha and Yusuf Pathan out to take 4 wickets in 4 balls as the first bowler in the T20 match.