5 Indian Players Who Made Their Debut In 2022 And Will Rule World Cricket For The Next Decade. The year 2022 has almost ended and the Indian team has witnessed many achievements and setbacks this year.
India played 5 Tests- the rescheduled 5th Test against hosts England, 2 Tests against South Africa and Sri Lanka each at away and home respectively. India lost the 5th Test of the 2021 series against England and both Tests against Proteas and conceded the 3-match series 2-1. The Asian Giants, however, won both home Tests against Sri Lanka.
India won all 3 ODIs against Zimbabwe, all 6 ODIs against West Indies (both away and home 3-0), and beat England 2-1, but lost to New Zealand 0-1 (2 matches abandoned) besides losing 4 matches against South Africa in 6 ODIs in two ODI series at home (won 2-1) and away (lost 0-3). The Men in Blue also suffered a 1-run defeat against Bangladesh in their last ODI.
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India has so far won 27 of their 36 T20 matches in 2022, the year when they lost two matches in the Asia Cup 2022, 1 in T20 World Cup 2022, 2 in home series vs SA, 1 vs Australia at home, 1 each vs West Indies and England away.
Several Indian players debuted in 2022 in the limited-overs format. The likes of Venkatesh Iyer, Deepak Hooda, Avesh Khan, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Ravi Bishnoi, and Shahbaz Ahmed made their ODI debuts in 2022, while pacers Umran Malik and Arshdeep Singh also debuted in ODIs against New Zealand in the rain abandoned 1st ODI.
Kuldeep Sen debuted in the 1st ODI against Bangladesh. The likes of Arshdeep Singh, Umran Malik, Deepak Hooda, Avesh Khan, and Ravi Bishnoi made their T20I debuts in 2022.
5 Indian Players Who Made Their Debut In 2022 And Will Rule World Cricket For The Next Decade
Arshdeep Singh has been one of India’s most consistent performers in the shortest format of the game ever since making his debut on the international stage in 2022 and is set to rule world cricket for the next decade.
The left-arm Indian pacer is yet to pick a wicket after playing 3 ODIs (all against New Zealand) (2 abandoned) but has been impressive in T20Is, picking 33 scalps in 21 T20Is since debuting against England in July 2022. He averages an impressive 18.12 with the ball in hand.