Cricket player Tarisai Musakanda represents the Zimbabwe national cricket team; he was born on October 31, 1994. He debuted in the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup 2014 team for Zimbabwe.
Tarisai Musakanda Biography
|Full Name||Tarisai Kenneth Musakanda|
|Birthday||October 31, 1994|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Source of Income||Playing Cricket|
|Cars & House||Not Known|
Tarisai Musakanda Career
|Batting Style||Right-hand bat|
|Role||Top order Batter|
|Bowling Style||Right arm Medium & Slow medium|
|Teams||Zimbabwe U-17, Zimbabwe, Mid-West Rhinos|
|Test Debut||July 14, 2017, Against Sri Lanka|
|Test Cap No.||101|
|T20 Debut||July 1, 2018, Against Pakistan|
|T20 Cap No.||49|
|ODI Debut||November 27, 2016 Against Sri Lanka|
|ODI Cap No.||131|
In 2014, he started both his List-A and his first-class debut. Musakanda got his first century in first-class cricket in Dec 2018 during the first round of the Logan Cup for the 2018-19 edition. In the Logan Cup 2020-21, Tarisai was chosen as the Rhinos’ team captain in December.
He was a Zimbabwe’s Test team player for their matchup with Sri Lanka in October 2016. The following month, he was selected for Zimbabwe’s ODI team for the three series vs. Sri Lanka & West Indies. In the three-series championship match, he appeared in his 1st One Day International against Sri Lanka.
He was included in a Zimbabwe Cricket Academy team in February 2017 for a trip to England later in the year. In 2017, in Colombo, Tarisai started his first Test match for Zimbabwe.
He was selected for a Zimbabwe Select team in June 2018 in preparation for the 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series. He was included in an initial 22-man T20I) team for part of the multi-series later that same month. On July 1, 2018, in the tri-series against Pakistan, he made his T20I debut for Zimbabwe.
In Sep 2018, at the Africa T20 Cup, he was chosen to lead Zimbabwe’s team. With 182 runs in 4 games, he was the tournament’s top run-scorer for Zimbabwe.
Musakanda was charged with culpable murder in February 2022 for neglecting to report a traffic collision that resulted in the death of a pedestrian.  The person was finally revealed to be Zimbabwean tennis star Gwinyai Chingoka, who later represented Zimbabwe in the Davis Cup.