Who Are The UP Cricketers In IPL 2021? 100 Best News, IPL
Today we bring you information on some of the UP cricketers in IPL 2021. Uttar Pradesh won a Ranji Trophy title, a Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and one Vijay Hazare Trophy Title. Some of the famous names in Uttar Pradesh are Mohammad Kaif, Rudra Pratap Singh, & Praveen Kumar, while Sueep tyagi, Gyanendra Pandey and Gopal Sharma.
UP cricketers in IPL 2021
Muradnagar-born left-handed batsman who plays on the break, Suresh Raina, played age group cricket for Uttar Pradesh before making his first class debut in 2003. Raina was chosen by MS Dhoni led Chennai Super Kings in the inaugural edition of the Indian Premier League and has since been a part of the T20 tournament except for the 2020 season where he retired amid the pandemic corona outbreak in India.
During the period, Raina played for Chennai Super Kings and Lions of Gujarat for the two years when the MA Chidambaram Stadium holding was prohibited. Suresh is therefore among the UP cricketers in the 2021 IPL; the cricketer is also among the 5 best IPL running scorers.
Meerut-born middle right arm stimulator Bhuvneshwar Kumar Singh made his domestic cricket debut for Uttar Pradesh in 2007. Kumar was chosen by Anil kumble LED Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2009, but would get his first IPL match in 2011, when he was playing for Pune Warriors India. Bhuvi has since been part of India’s T20 league although he would continue to play for Sunrisers Hyderabad from 2014.
The average stimulator is the backbone of this team as he is among the UP cricketers in IPL 2021. Kumar would be the Indian Premier League premier of the 2016 season and 2017. Bhuvneshwar Kumar is part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad in Indian Premier League 2021.
The Noida born right arm stimulator was part of the Indian team for the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2018 which also had Prithvi Shaw, Shubman gill, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Riyan Parag, Ishan Porel, Abhishek sharma, Anukul Roy & Arshdeep Singh as members. It’s all part of setting up the Indian Premier League. Shivam started his domestic career with Uttar Pradesh in 2018 and made his debut in Indian Premier League in 2018 for Calcutta knight horsemen. Mavi has since been a part of the T20 tournament hosted by BCCI as he is among the IPL 2021 UP cricketers.
the Kanpur born on the left arm, an unorthodox bowler was a member of the India squad of the quarterfinals at the 2014 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup who also had Avesh khan, Deepak hooda, Shreyas Iyer, Sarfaraz Khan & Sanju Samson as members. Yadav started his domestic career with Uttar pradesh in 2014, two years after its debut in Indian Premier League (2012) for Mumbai Indians. His first match in IPL, however, came in IPL 2016 for Calcutta knight horsemen and has since been part of the T20 tournament although its performance had a zigzag function. The best of Yadav has entered IPL 2018 when he was the highest taker for his franchise with Sunil Narine. Kuldeep has been with KKR and is among the UP cricketers in IPL 2021.
Meerut-born right-handed batsman Priyam Garg was the captain of the Indian U-19 team at the 2020 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, a team that also had Ravi Bishnoi, Kartik Tyagi, Yashasvi Jaiswal & Akash Singh among known names. Garg started his domestic career with Uttar Pradesh in 2018-19 Vijay Hazare Trophy. Priyam was chosen by Sunrisers Hyderabad during the IPL 2020 auction and was part of that Indian Premier League franchise as one of the IPL 2021 UP cricketers.
Mohammed Shami, Yashasvi Jaiswal and Deepak Chahar performed for Bengal, Bombay& Rajasthan respectively in their national careers while Kartik Tyagi, Piyush Chawla, Mohsin Khan, Rinku Singh, Saurabh Kumar and Karn Sharma are other cricketers who represent UP cricketers in IPL 2021. Hope you liked the content. Be sure to share your thoughts and questions with us in the comments box below. Stay safe and healthy. Have a nice day!
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