Sulieman Benn is not your typical towering fast bowler; he’s a left-arm orthodox bowler with remarkable skills. He made his debut in the one-day international team in April 2008 and has been a valuable asset ever since.
In the period from 2008 to 2011, Benn consistently contributed to the West Indies squad, making six appearances in the ICC Cricket World Cup. During this time, he showcased his bowling prowess with standout performances, including impressive figures of 4-18 against Bangladesh, 4-53 against Ireland, and 3-28 against Netherlands.
After a hiatus from the ODI team, Benn made a return in October 2014, making an impact by securing two wickets in three matches. In the Test arena, his journey has seen its fair share of ups and downs, but his dedication and talent shone through during the second half of 2014 when he was recalled to the team after a four-year absence.
Benn’s record includes 87 wickets from 27 Tests and 39 wickets from 47 ODIs, reflecting his significant contributions to West Indies cricket.