Sarel Burger Biography: Early Life, Age, Height, Professional life, Girlfriend, Facts & Networth

Sarel Burger

Sarel Burger Biography

Former cricketer Sarel Francois Burger who represented the national cricket team of Nambia on the international level was born in Namibia on February 13, of the year 1983. Sarel Burger bowls right-arm medium-fast and bats right-handed.

Playing Cricket Career

Sarel Francois Burger participated in two One Day International (ODI) matches during the 2003 Cricket World Cup. Between the years 2001 and 2004, Sarel Francois Burger also played List A cricket, and in the month of July of the year 2005, Sarel Francois Burger took part in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Trophy. Bernie Burger has participated in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Trophy, while his brother Louis Burger represented the national cricket team of Namibia in the World Cup.

Sarel Francois Burger was chosen to lead Namibia’s team in the 2018 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cricket League Division Two competition in the month of January of the year 2018.

After representing Namibia in the 2017–18 CSA Provincial One–Day Challenge match against Free State, Sarel Francois Burger announced his retirement from cricket in the month of February of the year 2018.

Bio Data

Full name: Sarel Francois Burger

Born: 13 February 1983 

Age:  40 Years

Birth Place: Windhoek, South West Africa

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast

Role: All-rounder

International Playing Details

National side: Namibia

One Day International (ODI) debut (cap 14): (On 19 February 2003) Namibia vs England

Last Played One Day International (ODI): (On 3 March 2003) Namibia vs Netherlands