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Mluleki Nkala Wikipedia
Mluleki Luke Nkala (born 1 April 1981, in Bulawayo) commonly known as Syke, is a Zimbabwean cricketer. He took the wicket of Sachin Tendulkar with his second ball in senior international cricket, in a one-dayer against India at Bulawayo in 1999. A member of the Zimbabwean Test and One Day International teams, Nkala also captained Zimbabwe in three Under-19 One Day Internationals in 1999/2000. He is currently coaching at Edinburgh Cricket Club in Melbourne, Australia. In early 2010, Nkala returned to Zimbabwe to play professional cricket with the Mid-West Rhinos Franchise, along with Riki Wessels, Darren Stevens and Brendan Taylor and many others.Nkala has thirteen siblings, seven brothers and six sisters.
He is a member of the Ndebele tribe.
His Test debut was against England at Trent Bridge in 2000.
He was the joint leading wicket-taker in the 1998 U/19 Cricket World Cup in South Africa with 16 wickets, along with West Indian Ramnaresh Sarwan.
He has spent some time during his career at the Australian Cricket Academy, working with Dennis Lillee.
His father had never seen a game of cricket until his international debut against India at Bulawayo in 1999.