𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 –T. Natarajan created history: became the first Indian player to debut in three formats against the same team in a single tour.
The left-arm pacer of the Indian cricket team, T Natarajan, has created a huge history for the Indian team.
He has become the first Indian player to debut in all three formats against the Australian team in a single tour.
The 29-year-old Tamil Nadu fast bowler got a chance to make his fourth Test match against the Australian team.
The fourth and last decisive match of the Test series between India and the Australian team is being played at Brisbane ground. Let us tell you that T. Natarajan made his debut in ODI cricket.
An unbeaten 61-run stand between skipper Tim Paine and Cameron Green takes Australia to 274/5 at stumps on day one of the Brisbane Test.#AUSvIND scorecard ⏩ https://t.co/oDTm20rn07 pic.twitter.com/0q8FR7j9TX
— ICC (@ICC) January 15, 2021
And it was on this tour that he got a chance to make his debut in the third ODI against Australia. And that match was won by the Indian cricket team with a gap of 13 runs.
The same T Natarajan bowled 10 overs in that ODI and took two wickets for 70 runs. The T20 series started after the ODI series.
And he already got a chance to make his T20I debut. He played this opportunity in a very brilliant way and presented a view of very good and excellent bowling.
He took three wickets for Australia in the first T20 match against Australia. While he took a total of 6 wickets in the T20 series.
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And because of this, the Indian cricket team won with a 2–1 lead in that series. On this special achievement of T Natarajan, ICC tweeted to him and said, Welcome to Test cricket.
The same we told you above in this article that T. Natarajan has become the first Indian player to debut in all three formats for the Indian team in a single tour.
Let us tell you that Natarajan is the only cricketer of Test cricket. He has not scored any runs in 10 consecutive innings of his first-class cricket.
The last 10 innings in T. Natarajan’s first-class – 0,0 *, 0 *, 0,0,0,0 *, 0 *, 0 *, 0 and he is just 3 innings away from breaking the world record of Marc Robinson. Robinson did not score any runs in his 12 innings in the year 1990.
The young bowler of the Indian cricket team bowled 16 matches in the IPL2020, taking 16 wickets with an economy of 8.02. And he impressed everyone by bowling quite well in the death overs.