32 Facts About Mike Hussey

1. Mike Hussey was a cricket commentator in the Indian Premier League for the 2016 season.

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2. Mike Hussey worked as a batting consultant for Australia for the 2016 ICC World Twenty20.

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3. Mike Hussey delayed his announcement until before the Sydney Test in 2013, fearing that he would have been dropped before the Australian summer season was over.

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4. Mike Hussey planned to play out the rest of the Australian summer in limited overs cricket but was surprisingly dropped with Australian selectors planning for the 2015 world cup and to give Phillip Hughes and Usman Khawaja an opportunity at ODI level.

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5. Mike Hussey announced his retirement from international cricket after the 2012 Boxing Day Test at Melbourne.

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6. Mike Hussey has the nickname Mr Cricket, due to his encyclopaedic knowledge of his sport.

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7. Mike Hussey is a fan of Manchester United due to his dad.

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8. Mike Hussey has scored 19 Test centuries and three ODI centuries.

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9. Mike Hussey has scored four half centuries and three man of the matches as well.

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10. Mike Hussey joined the Chennai Super Kings for the second half of the 2010 Indian Premier League along with teammate Doug Bollinger to reverse the fortunes of the side which eventually went on to win the title that year.

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11. Mike Hussey scored 116 not out against the team Kings XI Punjab.

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12. Mike Hussey played for the IPL team Chennai Super Kings, and he became the second batsman to score a century in the competition, after New Zealand's Brendon McCullum.

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13. Mike Hussey was part of Australia's 2007 ICC World Twenty20 squad which was knocked out in the semi-finals.

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14. Mike Hussey played his final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground, the last of Australia's three match series against Sri Lanka.

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15. Mike Hussey was involved in a 344 run partnership with Michael Clarke, who managed to score an unbeaten 329*.

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16. Mike Hussey scored two half centuries at Lord's in the Second Test, which England won, and in the Third Test at Edgbaston, which ended in a draw.

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17. Mike Hussey claimed his first Test wicket against South Africa on the third day of the 2008 Boxing Day Test at the MCG, when Paul Harris skied a ball over Mitchell Johnson's head and the latter ran back and took a running catch as the ball fell down past his shoulder.

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18. Mike Hussey ended up not out on 145, before Ponting declared.

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19. Mike Hussey was part of a record-breaking fourth-wicket partnership with Clarke.

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20. Mike Hussey was the fastest player to reach the top 10 of the LG ICC cricket ratings.

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21. On 18 April 2006 Mike Hussey set a record as the fastest player in terms of time to reach 1,000 Test runs.

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22. Mike Hussey made 133 not out in the first innings and 30 not out in the second, bringing his Test average to 120.

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23. Mike Hussey made his Test debut at the Gabba in Brisbane on 3 November 2005, as a replacement for fellow Western Australian batsman Justin Langer in the Australia vs West Indies series.

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24. Mike Hussey made a 53-run partnership for the seventh wicket with Brett Lee until Lee fell to Pathan.

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25. In early 2007, Mike Hussey had a major slump in form with an average of only eight in over 10 innings, which scarcely improved in the World Cup where he gained an average of 17.4 with 87 runs.

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26. Mike Hussey was named in its World ODI XI in 2006 and as 12th man in 2007.

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27. Mike Hussey had come second overall in the Allan Border medal his first year in international cricket.

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28. Mike Hussey debuted for the Australian One-day team against India on 1 February 2004 at his home WACA ground in Perth.

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29. Mike Hussey was brought into the attack usually to give the pace bowlers a rest, although he was once brought on in India to stop Ricky Ponting getting a one-match ban for a slow over rate.

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30. Mike Hussey was a very occasional medium pace bowler, bowling only 98 overs in his Test career, 23 of them in 2008.

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31. Michael Mike Hussey announced his retirement from international cricket on 29 December 2012.

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32. Mike Hussey played first-class cricket as vice-captain of the Western Warriors in Australia and played for three counties in England, as well as the Indian Premier League for the Chennai Super Kings.

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