Over the years, West Indies have always produced some fierce hitters that have taken the game of T20 cricket to next level. However, the new lot of West Indian cricketers coming are developing themselves as a player who can perform in all three formats and are helping the team to grow in red-ball cricket. One such player, who has done well in the domestic circuit, is Jeremy Solozano.
Hailing from Arima, Trinidad and Tobago the southpaw was born on 5th October 1995. He represented West Indies in the 2014 U-19 World Cup and then was added to the Trinidad and Tobago national team for the season 2018-19. Solozano was named in the Test squad against Sri Lanka and in his debut match for the country on 21st November was stretchered off the field in the first session of the match, after being hit on the head while fielding.
About Jeremy Solozano
|Date of Birth||5th October 1995|
|Teams||West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago|
Jeremy Solozano has played 40 First-class matches along with 10 List A games. In the 40 FC matches, the southpaw has scored 1686 runs at an average of 23.41 to go with 2 centuries and 8 half-centuries. While in List A matches, he has scored 312 runs at an average of 39 to go with one century.
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Jeremy Solozano has not married yet and neither there are rumours about his girlfriend.
Jeremy Solozano has represented Trinidad and Tobago national team in the domestic circuit. His maiden outing for the West Indies against Sri Lanka in the Test match was marred by injury as he was stretchered off the field in the first session of the match, after being hit on the head while fielding at Galle.