Name: Michael Carberry
Date of birth: 29/09/1980
International Team: England
Domestic Team: Hampshire
Bowling Style: Off break
Batting Style: Left-hand
Michael Carberry was onto his third county before he began to make an impact at domestic level and has been making up for lost time ever since.
Carberry, a left-handed opener from Croydon, made little impact at Surrey and Kent early in his career but things clicked after he joined Hampshire.
He scored 1,000 first-class runs in the summers of 2007 and 2009 to catch the eye of the England selectors and made his Test debut on the tour of Bangladesh in early 2010.
He made scores of 30 and 34 in England's 181-run win in Chittagong but appeared destined to be remembered as a 'one-cap wonder' when blood clots on his lungs later that year threatened a premature end to his career.
Carberry recovered and, in the summer of 2013 at the age of 32, scored runs for fun in the limited-overs formats to once again put his name in the England frame.
With Alastair Cook rested, he was given a chance in the one-day series against Australia and, despite being involved in two run outs with opening partner Kevin Pietersen, an innings of 63 in Cardiff helped England recover from 8-3 to reach a target of 228.
It was still something of a surprise, even to the man himself, to see Carberry's name included in the Ashes touring party given his modest form in Division Two of the County Championship in the last two years.
In addition to his batting, Carberry is quick in the field and - despite a couple of drops on his ODI debut - a safe pair of hands.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2010-2014||Innings Bowled:||0|
|Highest Score:||60||Best bowling in Innings:||N/A|
|Career Span:||2007-2014||Innings Bowled:||1|
|Highest Score:||63||Best bowling in Innings:||0/12|
County Season Overview
|Career Span:||2014-2014||Innings Bowled:||2|
|Highest Score:||125||Best bowling in Innings:||0/5|
|Career Span:||2014-2014||Innings Bowled:||0|
|Highest Score:||61||Best bowling in Innings:||N/A|
Full International Career History
|Jan 3 2014||Australia||Sydney Cricket Ground||1||0|
|Dec 25 2013||Australia||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||38|
|Dec 13 2013||Australia||WACA Ground||1||43|
|Dec 5 2013||Australia||Adelaide Oval||1||60|
|Nov 21 2013||Australia||Brisbane Cricket Ground||1||40|
|Mar 12 2010||Bangladesh||Chittagong||1||30|
|May 25 2014||Sri Lanka||Emirates Durham ICG||1||6|
|Sep 16 2013||Australia||The Ageas Bowl||1||30|
|Sep 14 2013||Australia||The Swalec Stadium||1||63|
|Sep 11 2013||Australia||Edgbaston||1||1|
|Sep 8 2013||Australia||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||4|
|Sep 3 2013||Ireland||The Village||1||10|
|Feb 22 2010||Pakistan A||1||0|
|Mar 9 2007||Bangladesh A||Mirpur||1||0|
|Mar 7 2007||Bangladesh A||Bogra||1||17|
|Sep 3 2013||Ireland||The Village||1||0/12|
ICC World T20 Group 1
Related Michael Carberry News
Carberry commits to Hampshire
England batsman Michael Carberry has signed a three-year extension to his contract at Hampshire.
England call up for Carberry
Michael Carberry is the surprise name in the England squad for the Twenty20 and one-day internationals with Sri Lanka.
Carberry slams Giles and ECB
Michael Carberry has criticised Ashley Giles' communication skills and questioned the decision to sack Kevin Pietersen.