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On this Day: Famous Indian Cricketers born on 6th December ft. Japsrit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja

On this Day: The day 6th December brings a string of players from the Indian contingent who celebrate their birthdays including Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja, Karun Nair

aditya-pimpale Written By: Aditya Pimpale @AdityaPimpale6 [Updated: December 06, 2022 12:37 IST]
  • On this Day: Famous Indian Cricketers born on 6th December ft. Japsrit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja in Pictures
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    On this Day: Famous Indian Cricketers born on 6th December ft. Japsrit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja in Pictures
  • In an Indian team desperately searching for a death overs' bowler, Jasprit Bumrah came to the fore through the Indian Premier League, as a boon for cricket in the country. The scantily-built pacer from Gujarat has managed to perfect the art of bowling inch-perfect yorkers as an understudy to Lasith Malinga as a part of the Mumbai Indians franchise and has grown into an indispensable asset for the Indian team in the limited-overs format.
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    In an Indian team desperately searching for a death overs' bowler, Jasprit Bumrah came to the fore through the Indian Premier League, as a boon for cricket in the country. The scantily-built pacer from Gujarat has managed to perfect the art of bowling inch-perfect yorkers as an understudy to Lasith Malinga as a part of the Mumbai Indians franchise and has grown into an indispensable asset for the Indian team in the limited-overs format.
  • Born on 6 December 1985, RP Singh is one in the long list of Indian pace bowlers who seem to have faded away after a bright start. RP Singh first came into contention during the U-19 world cup held in Bangladesh in 2004 picking up 8 wickets in the tournament. He followed it by snatching 34 wickets in six Ranji games for Uttar Pradesh to come into limelight.
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    Born on 6 December 1985, RP Singh is one in the long list of Indian pace bowlers who seem to have faded away after a bright start. RP Singh first came into contention during the U-19 world cup held in Bangladesh in 2004 picking up 8 wickets in the tournament. He followed it by snatching 34 wickets in six Ranji games for Uttar Pradesh to come into limelight.
  • Spotted by Pravin Amre, Shreyas Iyer not even in his teens, timing strokes against pacers twice his height off the front foot and the back foot. He nailed the cover drives and pulls with equal disdain and immediately caught the eye. This raw and evident talent was honed by the keen eye of Pravin Amre and has now become an integral part of the Indian team while also leading the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).
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    Spotted by Pravin Amre, Shreyas Iyer not even in his teens, timing strokes against pacers twice his height off the front foot and the back foot. He nailed the cover drives and pulls with equal disdain and immediately caught the eye. This raw and evident talent was honed by the keen eye of Pravin Amre and has now become an integral part of the Indian team while also leading the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).
  • Since the 2000s, Karnataka have gone on to become a batting reservoir for the Indian team and Karun Nair is yet another sensation from that list. A fluent strokemaker who relies a lot on touchplay than sheer power, Karun is a delight to watch when he gets going. The Indian star batter is also the second Indian batter to score a triple hundred in Test cricket.
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    Since the 2000s, Karnataka have gone on to become a batting reservoir for the Indian team and Karun Nair is yet another sensation from that list. A fluent strokemaker who relies a lot on touchplay than sheer power, Karun is a delight to watch when he gets going. The Indian star batter is also the second Indian batter to score a triple hundred in Test cricket.