Neil Wagner is a left-arm seamer of New Zealand who was born in South Africa, Neil Wagner moved to New Zealand to pursue a career in cricket. He made his Test debut in 2012, and since then has played 42 Test matches for New Zealand.
Batting: Left-hand bat
Bowling: Left-arm medium-fast
Date of Birth: 13th March 1986
School: Afrikaanse Hoer Seunskool
Eye Color: Blonde
Hair Color: Black and blonde
Birth Place: Pretoria
Nationality: New Zealander
Address: Pretoria, Transvaal, New Zealand
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
Teams: Lancashire, New Zealand A, Northerns, Otago
Test Debut: On July 25-29, 2012 in West Indies vs New Zealand at North Sound
ODI Debut: N/A
T20 Debut: N/A
Major Teams: New Zealand, Lancashire, New Zealand A, Northerns, Otago
In December 2017, Wagner claimed Test career-best figures of 7/39, which is also a record for New Zealand. In November 2018, Wagner took his 150th Test wicket in the second match against Pakistan. In December 2019, he took his 200th Test Wicket in the second Test against Australia.
First-class debut: On January 19-21, 2006 in North West-Northerns at Potchefstroom
List A debut: On January 22, 2006, in North West-Northerns at Potchefstroom
T20s debut: On February 4, 2009, in Otago vs Canterbury at Dunedin
Domestic teams: South African Academy, Essex, Northem District, Northamptonshire, Titans, New Zealand XI
Neil Wagner, on 6th April 2011, took four wickets in four balls against Wellington where he dismissed Stewart Rhodes, Joe Austin-Smellie, Jeetan Patel and Ili Tugaga. And then in the same, he took another wicket on the sixth ball: meaning fice wickets in one over. With this he became the first (and, so far, the only player) to achieve this in first-class cricket.
Lucinda Du Toit
Net Worth: N/A
Cricketer: Shane Bond
Holiday Destination: Queensland
He has played for South African team and was 12th man for the team on two occasions.