Daniel Kyle Morrison was born on 3 February 1966; He is a New Zealand cricket commentator and former cricketer. Morrison performed for New Zealand in 3 Cricket World Cups during his international profession - 1987, 1992, and 1996. Due to his feeble efforts, Morrison was often subjected to good-natured ridicule regarding this from his teammates and the general public. He is sometimes referred to as "The Duckman." Since he departed from global cricket, Morrison has been employed in numerous cricket-associated positions. These include Commentator at the Indian Premier League, Commentator at the Bangladesh Premier League, Commentator at the Pakistan Super League, Commentator at the Caribbean Premier League, Host of a radio show on Radio Sport for six years. Morrison presently lives at the Sunshine Coast, Australia, shifting there in 2006 with his wife, Kim Morrison, and children, Jacob and Tayla. Short in stature, a disadvantage more than made up for with spirit, Danny Morrison succeeded Richard Hadlee as New Zealand's prominent strike bowler. With a slinky motion and a terrific outswinger, he led the road with a distinction and became an ever-present in the side for the first half of the 1990s.
As an accurate strike bowler, he often went for some runs. However, he evolved into an excellent one-day bowler, with a well-disguised slower ball and nagging accuracy. His ability to swing the ball made him a challenging proposition in his pomp. Morrison became the catalyst, with 6 for 37 against Australia at Auckland in 1992-93, and 8 wickets against Pakistan at Christchurch a year later. As a batsman, he became a real rabbit, at one time maintaining the world record of 24 Test geese. It became not simply fitting that his very last bout of heroics for New Zealand got here with the bat, scoring 14 in an unbeaten 10th-wicket stand of 106 with Nathan Astle, which stored a Test against England - he became dropped, and it became out to be his very last look.
In Tests, Morrison's champagne bowling show arrived while he collected 7-89 in opposition to Australia in the Trans-Tasman 2nd Test at Wellington. During his halcyon days, Morrison hired his whippy, slinging motion to raise the ball from a duration as well. On the batting front, though, he became a natural non-batsman, so much so that he became dubbed