|Batting style:||Right-Handed Bat|
|Bowling style:||Right-arm fast|
|Height:||6 ft. (1.83m)|
ICC ODI Championship
Indian Premier League
Anrich is a South African pace bowler who bowls right-arm fast. By giving the best performances at the various levels, he earned a spot in the national squad of South Africa for the Cricket World Cup 2019 held in England. Nortje played for Eastern Province in the 2016 AfricanT20 Cup, but after giving an unsatisfactory performance in the first two matches, he was dropped for the rest of the tournament.
The Cape Town Blitz bought him for Rs. 350,000 in the first edition of Mzansi Super League T20 in 2018. However, he could not play a single match in the entire tournament due to an ankle injury. In 2019, Kolkata Knight Riders bought him for the Indian Premier League 2019, but again, Nortje was restricted from playing the entire tournament due to a shoulder injury.
For IPL 2020, Delhi Capitals picked up Anrich at the last moment as the replacement for England all-rounder Chris Woakes. He made his ODI debut by playing for South Africa against India on 18 September 2019. He bowled three over and conceded 27 runs without taking any wicket.
Nortje was born on 16 November 1993 in Cape Town, South Africa. He has been described as ‘extremely exciting’ by Dale Steyn.