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Captaincy Records of Alastair Cook as he Steps Down as England Captain

Captaincy Records of Alastair Cook as he Steps Down as England Captain

Alastair Cook has stepped down as England’s Test captain after a record 59 matches in the role. He gave his decision to Colin Graves, the chairman of the England & Wales Cricket Board, on Sunday evening but has said he wants to continue playing.
                            Appointed in August 2012, Cook has led the team through more Test matches than any other England captain. His record includes Ashes victories at home in 2013 and 2015 as well as series wins in India and South Africa. He also led the one-day side for 69 one-day internationals between 2010 and 2014, another England record. His lows included the 5-0 Ashes whitewash which precipitated a crisis in the Test team and the recent defeats on the sub-continent by India and Bangladesh.



Alastair Cook's record with and without the captaincy

As captain                     59 Tests Average: 46.53
As player 81 Tests Average: 46.36


  Match                               Year                    Result
v Bangladesh                     2010                  Won 2-0
v India 2012/13 Won 2-1
v New Zealand 2012/13 Drew 0-0
v New Zealand 2013 Won 2-0
v Australia 2013 Won 3-1
v Australia 2013/14 Lost 5-0
v Sri Lanka 2014 Lost 1-0
v India 2014 Won 3-1
v West Indies 2014/15 Drew 1-1
v New Zealand 2015 Drew 1-1
v Australia 2015 Won 3-2
v Pakistan 2015/16 Lost 2-0
v South Africa 2015/16 Won 2-1
v Sri Lanka 2016 Won 2-0
v Pakistan 2016 Drew 2-2
v Bangladesh 2016/17 Drew 1-1
v India 2016/17 Lost 4-0
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