Former South Africa cricketer David Wiese will symbolize Namibia within the upcoming version of T20 World Cup. Namibia’s nationwide coach Pierre de Bruyn confirmed the information in a latest interview.
Wiese performed six ODIs and 20 T20Is for the Proteas, scoring 194 runs and selecting up 33 wickets. He joined Sussex on a three-year Kolpak deal in January 2017 after being ignored by the nationwide selectors.
The 36-year-old wore South Africa jersey for the final time in opposition to Sri Lanka within the 2016 T20 World Cup match at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium, Delhi.
Wiese is eligible to play worldwide cricket for Namibia as his father was born within the nation.
“David’s dad was born right here, so he’s eligible to play for Namibia. He’s taking part in within the T20 Blast in England however will be a part of us after that and can also be accessible going ahead after the World Cup, so I’m tremendous enthusiastic about that.
“His staff, Sussex, are within the quarterfinals so we should see how far he will get there, however I hope he’ll be capable of be a part of for the Free State journey a minimum of,” De Bruyn was quoted as saying by an English every day in Namibia.
Wiese, who has expertise of taking part in in numerous franchise leagues all over the world, together with the Titans, will likely be hoping to shine with each bat and ball for his new worldwide aspect.
Former South African cricketer David Wiese is all set to symbolize Namibia within the T20 Workd Cup 2021.
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— Anand Datla (@SportASmile) August 14, 2021