Name: Ryan Sidebottom
Date of birth: 15/01/1978
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Yorkshire
Bowling Style: Left arm fast medium
Batting Style: Left-hand
- Test debut v Pakistan at Lord's - May 2001.
- ODI debut v Zimbabwe at Harare - October 2001.
- The aggressive left-arm seamer with his long locks followed in father Arnie's footsteps when he won an England cap in 2001. However, it was not a debut to remember for him personally as he went wicketless during the match.
- He had to wait another six years before he won another Test cap and this time he made it stick as he claimed eight wickets in the match to help England to an innings victory over the West Indies.
- The wickets came regularly after that and he reached the zenith in the first Test against New Zealand in 2008 when he not only claimed his first 10-wicket match haul, but also became only the 11th Englishman to claim a Test hat-trick. He finished with 24 wickets in the series and followed it up with another 17 in the return leg against the Kiwis at home.
- Things went downhill for the fiery swing bowler after that as he picked up injury after injury.
- He was a member of the 2009 Ashes squad, but didn't play a game and his stock gradually decreased.
- He was a surprise inclusion for the fourth Test against South Africa in Johannesburg and failed to repay the selectors' faith by picking up just 2 for 98.
- Despite a string of poor performances he was also selected for the tour of Bangladesh in 2010 and included in the England World Twenty20 squad for the Caribbean.
- Kept James Anderson out of the XI in the Caribbean and played a starring role as England walked off with the trophy.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2001-2010||Innings Bowled:||36|
|Highest Score:||31||Best bowling in Innings:||7/47|
|Career Span:||2001-2009||Innings Bowled:||25|
|Highest Score:||24||Best bowling in Innings:||3/19|
County Season Overview
|Career Span:||2013-2013||Innings Bowled:||26|
|Highest Score:||48||Best bowling in Innings:||4/27|
|Career Span:||2013-2013||Innings Bowled:||3|
|Highest Score:||10||Best bowling in Innings:||2/53|
Full International Career History
|Jan 14 2010||South Africa||Johannesburg||1||0|
|Feb 4 2009||West Indies||Jamaica||1||26*|
|Jul 30 2008||South Africa||Edgbaston||1||2|
|Jul 10 2008||South Africa||Lord's||1||1*|
|Jun 5 2008||New Zealand||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||7*|
|May 23 2008||New Zealand||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||4|
|May 15 2008||New Zealand||Lord's||1||16|
|Mar 22 2008||New Zealand||1||14|
|Mar 13 2008||New Zealand||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||1||14|
|Mar 5 2008||New Zealand||Hamilton||1||3*|
|Dec 18 2007||Sri Lanka||Galle||1||11|
|Dec 9 2007||Sri Lanka||Colombo||1||17|
|Dec 1 2007||Sri Lanka||Kandy||1||31|
|Aug 9 2007||India||The Brit Oval||1||2|
|Jul 27 2007||India||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||18*|
|Jul 19 2007||India||Lord's||1||1|
|Jun 15 2007||West Indies||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||26*|
|Jun 7 2007||West Indies||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||15|
|May 17 2001||Pakistan||Lord's||1||4|
|Jan 14 2010||South Africa||Johannesburg||1||2/98|
|Feb 26 2009||West Indies||Barbados||1||1/146|
|Feb 4 2009||West Indies||Jamaica||1||0/35|
|Jul 30 2008||South Africa||Edgbaston||1||3/81|
|Jul 10 2008||South Africa||Lord's||1||2/41|
|Jun 5 2008||New Zealand||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||1/49|
|May 23 2008||New Zealand||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||2/86|
|May 15 2008||New Zealand||Lord's||1||4/55|
|Mar 13 2008||New Zealand||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||1||1/36|
|May 17 2001||Pakistan||Lord's||1||0/38|
|Sep 29 2009||New Zealand||Johannesburg||1||20|
|Sep 17 2009||Australia||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||15|
|Sep 15 2009||Australia||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||3*|
|Sep 12 2009||Australia||Lord's||1||2|
|Sep 9 2009||Australia||Rose Bowl, Southampton||1||24|
|Sep 6 2009||Australia||Lord's||1||0|
|Sep 4 2009||Australia||The Brit Oval||1||13*|
|Aug 27 2009||Ireland||Belfast||1||5*|
|Jun 28 2008||New Zealand||Lord's||1||10*|
|Jun 25 2008||New Zealand||The Brit Oval||1||8*|
|Feb 12 2008||New Zealand||Hamilton||1||2|
|Feb 9 2008||New Zealand||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||1||4|
|Oct 13 2007||Sri Lanka||Colombo||1||0|
|Oct 7 2007||Sri Lanka||Dambulla||1||7*|
|Oct 4 2007||Sri Lanka||Dambulla||1||1*|
|Oct 1 2007||Sri Lanka||Dambulla||1||2|
|Jul 4 2007||West Indies||Edgbaston||1||15|
|Oct 10 2001||Zimbabwe||Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo||1||2*|
|Oct 7 2001||Zimbabwe||Harare||1||DNB|
|Feb 28 2010||Bangladesh||Mirpur||1||1/46|
|Sep 29 2009||New Zealand||Johannesburg||1||1/32|
|Sep 17 2009||Australia||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||1/65|
|Sep 15 2009||Australia||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||0/43|
|Sep 12 2009||Australia||Lord's||1||0/41|
|Sep 9 2009||Australia||Rose Bowl, Southampton||1||0/39|
|Sep 6 2009||Australia||Lord's||1||1/45|
|Sep 4 2009||Australia||The Brit Oval||1||1/48|
|Aug 27 2009||Ireland||Belfast||1||0/19|
|Jun 28 2008||New Zealand||Lord's||1||0/52|
|Jun 25 2008||New Zealand||The Brit Oval||1||2/55|
|Jun 15 2008||New Zealand||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||0/43|
|Oct 10 2001||Zimbabwe||Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo||1||1/42|
|Oct 7 2001||Zimbabwe||Harare||1||1/42|
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