Made his T20I debut against England in Auckland in February 2008, claiming England captain Paul Collingwood as his first wicket Playing in his fourth ICC WT20.
Took eight wickets in the ICC WT20 2012, including three-wicket hauls against Bangladesh and the West Indies.
His figures of 7-33 against England in Wellington in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 are a national record and the third-best in the competition’s history.
On his Test debut he took five wickets in an innings and then smashed nine sixes in an unbeaten innings of 77.
His career-best Test bowling figures came in Bengaluru against India in 2012.