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Aaron Finch, born November 17, 1986, is an Australian cricketer who plays internationally and is the ODI and T20I captain of the Australian cricket team
Aaron Finch is known to be one of the finest opening batsmen in limited-overs cricket and has often provided a great start for his teams in international and domestic cricket
Aaron Finch holds the record for two of the top 3 scores in T20Is. Finch has scored 172 and 156 in 2018 and 2013 respectively. His score of 172 is the highest ever individual score in T20I history
During his junior days in cricket, Aaron Finch was a wicket-keeper for his side at Colac West Cricket Club in the Colac & District Cricket Association
Aaron Finch has played for various domestic clubs such as Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Daredevils, Pune Warriors India, Mumbai Indians, Gujarat Lions, Kings XI Punjab, Victoria, Melbourne Renegades, Auckland Aces, Yorkshire and Surrey.
Aaron Finch has played 83 T20Is scoring 2,608 runs at an average of 35.72. Finch has two centuries and 15 fifties in T20Is with a highest score of 172.
Aaron Finch has played 132 ODIs scoring 5,232 runs at an average of 41.85. Finch has 17 centuries and 29 fifties with a top score of 153*
In December 2015, Finch was the first cricketer to score 1000 runs in Australia's Big Bash League (BBL).
Aaron Finch shared a candid photo along with bride Amy from their wedding day and simply captioned it - What an amazing day! #grinchwedding
Aaron Finch ranks fourth behind Virat Kohli in the list of quickest batsmen to score 1000 runs in T20Is.
Aaron Finch holds the record for the joint-fastest fifty in ODI cricket by an Australian. This was in August 2016, when he hit 50 off 18 balls against Sri Lanka.
Aaron Finch is the second Australian cricketer to score two hundreds in T20Is after Glenn Maxwell
As of March 2020, Aaron Finch has played 5 Tests scoring 278 runs at an average of 27.80. His top score is 62.
Aaron Finch and D'Arcy Short's 223-run partnership is the second-highest in T20I cricket and was the first 200 plus partnership in the format.