Made his T20I debut against the West Indies in Bridgetown in March 2014. Playing in his second ICC WT20.
Failed to take a wicket in four matches in the ICC WT20 2014, but scored 36 against New Zealand in Chittagong.
Scored 192 runs and took four wickets in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, including an innings of 128 against Scotland
Named player of the match in England’s T20I victory over Australia in Cardiff in 2015 for his unbeaten innings of 72 from just 46 balls.
Named as one of Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Year in 2015.