Telephone wire laying cricketer, played 380 matches, never got out LBW


Glamorgan fast bowler Michael Hogan retires, played 380 professional matches in career, world record for never getting out LBW.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Anoop Dev Singh



Sep 29, 2022, 5:01 PM IST





Glamorgan fast bowler Michael Hogan has said goodbye to professional cricket. This 41-year-old player was born in New South Wales, but his career shone in the English county team Glamorgan where he showed many wonders. However, Hogan’s real wonder is something else. Hogan has such a record which is very difficult for any batsman to achieve. Actually Michael Hogan was never out LBW. (Photo-Instagram)

Michael Hogan played 380 professional matches and has 930 wickets in his account, but the big thing is that this player has never been LBW in his entire career.  Hogan has also scored 4 half-centuries in his career.(Photo-Instagram)

Michael Hogan played 380 professional matches and has 930 wickets in his account, but the big thing is that this player has never been LBW in his entire career. Hogan has also scored 4 half-centuries in his career.(Photo-Instagram)

Let us tell you that Michael Hogan made his debut for Western Australia at the age of 28.  He last played in Australia in 2016 and after that he settled in Glamorgan because of his British passport.(Photo-Instagram)

Let us tell you that Michael Hogan made his debut for Western Australia at the age of 28. He last played in Australia in 2016 and after that he settled in Glamorgan because of his British passport.(Photo-Instagram)

Michael Hogan was an amazing player of all three formats.  This right-arm fast bowler took 679 wickets in first class cricket.  He has 118 wickets in List A.  Hogan also took 132 wickets in T20.(Photo-Instagram)

Michael Hogan was an amazing player of all three formats. This right-arm fast bowler took 679 wickets in first class cricket. He has 118 wickets in List A. Hogan also took 132 wickets in T20.(Photo-Instagram)

Let us tell you that before becoming a cricketer, Michael Hogan used to work in laying telephone cables.  This player took his game seriously after the death of his brother.  Hogan said in an interview that he did not want to spoil his talent and this player has done this in his long career.  (Photo-Instagram)


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