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What else He's scared of getting hurt You sure, Cristiano? A powerfully built allrounder, Bresnan had been tipped for higher honours since he became the youngest player in 20 years to represent Yorkshire when he debuted in It was nearly a decade later that he really announced his arrival in the big-time, however, with a phenomenal performance in the fourth Test against Australia in Melbourne in December Called into the side as a replacement for Steven Finn, and with a remit to keep the runs down, he starred with a performance of skill, pace and unrelenting accuracy.
First, he played a key role in bowling Australia out for 98 in the first innings, then he sealed England's successful defence of the Ashes with 4 for 50 in the second innings.
Such was his understated value to the side that England won the first 13 Tests he played in - a record bettered only by Adam Glichrist. At that point, having taken eight wickets against West Indies at Trent Bridge, Bresnan averaged 40 with the bat and 25 with the ball but the lingering effects of an elbow injury that required surgery in late were about to take their toll.
He claimed only five wickets in his next five Tests - and two in four against South Africa and India - before undergoing another operation at the start of He returned to the ODI team for their run to the Champions Trophy final and then picked up four wickets in England's crushing Ashes win at Lord's but his utility had been diminished and he became a victim of England's subsequent Ashes whitewash in Australia, his career limited after that to limited-overs formats.
Bresnan began his international career in the England Under set-up and was part of the team in and - playing in two World Cups - the same years that he won the NBC Denis Compton Award for most promising Yorkshire player.
All the potential took a few years to develop, but was an important year for him as he was given more responsibility in a transitional Yorkshire team.
He was surprisingly overlooked for the England Academy, but started with a string of impressive performances with bat and ball, leading to a call-up to England's new-look one-day squad to face Sri Lanka.
However, he fell victim to the flashing blades of Jayasuriya and co. A better all-round summer in helped him catch the selectors' eyes again, however, and he was called up late in the season for the one-day squad.
But after a winter without any honours it appeared he would have to bide his time again before he was surprisingly named in the Test squad to face West Indies.
He duly played in both matches, but such was England's dominance it wasn't until the final day of the series that he finally made his mark.
In June , Bresnan agreed to leave Yorkshire County Cricket Club, in a bid to play first-team cricket elsewhere to prolong his career. He scored 6 not out and conceded 20 runs from his two overs.
Two days later he appeared in his first One Day International against the same opposition at Lord's , taking 1—44 from nine overs as England fell to a run defeat.
On 29 April , nearly three years since last being involved in international cricket, Bresnan was named in the England squad for the upcoming Test series against West Indies , replacing the injured Andrew Flintoff.
Seven days later Bresnan made his Test debut for England at Lord's. In the second match, however, Bresnan picked up three wickets, including his maiden wicket of Brendan Nash and then took Denesh Ramdin two deliveries later.
Bresnan played in the limited overs matches in England's tour of South Africa. He played in the second and third ODIs.
In the second match, he took figures of 2—46 in ten overs and was not needed to bat. In the next game he bowled 8 overs for just 15 runs, picking up a wicket in the process, as England won by seven wickets.
In the first T20 match he was expensive, bowling 2 overs for 25 runs. He was expensive again in the second bowling his four overs for 48 runs and being dismissed for a duck when batting as England lost by 84 runs.
Bresnan was called up to the squad for the series in Bangladesh. In the first match he took four wickets, including 3— He also made 91 runs before being stumped.
As England won comfortably, he was not required to bat again. In the second match he took another three wickets as he continues to impress with the ball.
He also performed well in the limited overs series, picking up figures of 3—51 and 4—28 in the second and third matches.
After the series in Bangladesh, Bangladesh toured England for two Test matches. He scored 25 runs and took 3 wickets as England won the match at Lords, but Bresnan was ruled out of the second match through injury.
England then took part in the ICC World Twenty20 and Bresnan played in all their matches, culminating with victory over Australia in the final; this was the first time England had won an ICC tournament.
In the first game of the tournament, Bresnan played a limited role, not being required to bat and only bowling 1 over for 7 runs.
In the second match of huge tournament he bowled two overs against Ireland, conceding only 5 runs. He was expensive against Pakistan, bowling four overs for 36 runs, but came back well against South Africa, conceding just 14 runs in the three overs he bowled.
He only took 3 wickets at He guided England to victory against New Zealand with an unbeaten 23 to ensure England qualified for the semi finals.
In the semi finals against Sri Lanka he was expensive, collecting figures of 1— In the final against Australia, he bowled all four of his overs, conceding 35 runs and not managing to pick up a wicket.
Bresnan only took 3 wickets at In the ODI series against Australia, Bresnan struggled with the ball, taking just 1 wicket in 5 games.
In the first two games he took 0—49 and in the second 0— His only wicket came in the fourth match where he took figures of 1— However, he scored vital runs in England's three victories — 26 in the first game, 12 not out in the second and 14 not out in the third game which England won by just 1 wicket.
His top score of the series came when he hit 34 in the fifth ODI. He was included in the Ashes squad to tour Australia in —, making his first appearance in the series in the fourth Test at the MCG in Melbourne.
In the second innings, he took the top-order wickets of Ricky Ponting , Shane Watson and Michael Hussey before taking the final wicket of Ben Hilfenhaus.
That final wicket saw England win by an innings and runs, take a 2—1 lead in the series and therefore retain the Ashes. He continued his capable performance in the final Test in Sydney , ably supporting James Anderson and Chris Tremlett as England clinched a 3—1 series win in dominating fashion.
An injury to his calf forced Bresnan out of the series with Australia, however he returned to the squad for the World Cup , held in February to April.
He took 1—49 as England got of to a winning start against the Netherlands. He bowled 8 overs for just 27 runs as England beat South Africa by six runs.
He again bowled economically against Bangladesh, taking figures of 1—35 in his ten overs. Age-wise Bresnan still has a bit of time although the early 30s aren't exactly the prime period for a fast bowler.
However, he is fit lad and continues to possess a decent pace albeit not as brisk as he used to be. Nevertheless, he can still bowl a heavy ball and has added to his repertoire as a limited-overs bowler.
Bresnan's ability to wield the long handle has made him a useful T20 specialist and he has participated in a few celebrated leagues across the globe.
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