Articles about Paul Collingwood
Paul David Collingwood is a former professional cricket player from England who has played all three formats of the game on an international level for England. The right-handed batsman was born on May 26, 1976, in Durham. England lifted the T20 World Cup under Collingwood’s captaincy in 2010. He has played 68 Test matches and 197 ODIs in his cricket career. He has also served as the England ODI team’s captain from 2007-2008 and was a crucial part of the Test, T20, and ODI sides of England. He started his cricket career at the local Shotley Bridge Cricket club and was signed by Durham County Cricket Club in 1995. He served as Durham’s captain for the final six seasons of his career. He is widely known as a ‘natural athlete’ and one of the finest fielders of his time. His first-class debut came in 1996 and his ODI debut came in 2001 against Pakistan. In 2003, he made his Test debut, and in 2007, he played his first T20 International against Australia. In 2011, Collingwood announced his retirement from Test cricket. In 2018, he bid farewell to List A cricket and first-class cricket.
07 Feb 2022Sports
Former all-rounder Paul Collingwood has been appointed England's interim head coach for the upcoming Test series in West Indies.
23 Dec 2021Sports
England have announced a 16-member squad for the upcoming T20I series against West Indies next month.
23 Aug 2020Sports
England batsmen Zak Crawley and Jos Buttler smashed plenty of records on Day 2 of the third Test against Pakistan.
17 Jul 2020Sports
England have taken control against West Indies on Day 2 of the second Test at Old Trafford in Manchester.
08 Jun 2019Sports
The ICC World Cup 2019 is the biggest platform to perform for any cricketer.
30 May 2019Sports
England's ODI cricket team skipper Eoin Morgan scripted a record in the opening encounter of the ICC World Cup 2019 on Thursday.
21 Feb 2019Sports
With less than 100 days left for the ICC World Cup 2019, England showed once again why they are the number one side in the world in ODIs.
27 Jan 2019Sports
The ICC World Cup 2019 will start from May 30 onwards, in England and Wales.
13 Sep 2018Sports
Former England all-rounder, Paul Collingwood, is set to retire from cricket at the end of the season.
22 Feb 2018Sports
After losing the first T20I, South Africa have bounced back in style to keep the series alive, by beating India by 6 wickets at SuperSport Park in Centurion.
11 Sep 2017Sports
As the World XI squad arrived in Lahore today amid tight security, Pakistan readies itself to host its first big international cricketing event in years.