New Delhi: When team India were in a spot of bother after losing overnight batsmen Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane cheaply followed by a short stay of skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, there were chances that team India could be bundled out for cheaply.
But then came Staurt Binny along with another all rounder Ravindra Jadeja steadied the Indian batting in the second innings. Let us take a look on the new emerging all rounder of Indian team. Stuart Terence Roger Binny who represents Karnataka in the domestic cricket. He was born in Bangalore, Son of former India allrounder Roger Binny, Stuart
.He made his debut for Karnataka in the 2003-04 Ranji Trophy season but was largely inconsistent. And was more consistent as a limited-overs cricketer, Binny joined the now-defunct Indian Cricket League in 2007 and emerged as one of the successes of the tournament with his nagging medium pace and big hitting.
Like many others, he gladly accepted the BCCI's amnesty offer two years later. His time away had given him a chance to work on his game and start afresh. He returned with a renewed sense of confidence and had a productive 2011-12 season for Karnataka, finishing with 742 runs and 20 wickets in the Ranji Trophy.
Simultaneously, Binny established himself as an attacking allrounder for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League.