When did Munaf Patel started playing cricket?
|National side||India (2006–2011)|
|Test debut (cap 255)||9 March 2006 v England|
|Last Test||3 April 2009 v New Zealand|
|ODI debut (cap 163)||3 April 2006 v England|
What does Munaf Patel do now?
The 37-year-old is currently the bowling coach at Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) and turning out for the Bollywood star Sohail Khan-owned franchise Kandy Tuskers in the LPL 2020.
What is the age of Irfan Pathan?
37 years (October 27, 1984)
What is the meaning of Munaf?
Munaf is a Muslim name for boys meaning Exalted, inconsistent with contradictory to.
Why was Munaf Patel dropped?
#2 Munaf Patel Regularly clocking over 85 mph on the speed gun, he was quite a handful for batsmen in those early days. Unfortunately for him though, he was soon plagued by serious injuries and that caused his pace to drop considerably.
In which team is Ajaz Patel?
Ajaz got his maiden New Zealand call-up for the 2018 Pakistan series in UAE….Ajaz Patel.
|Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra, India|
|Age||33 years 105 days|
|Teams||Central Districts, New Zealand XI, New Zealand, New Zealand A, Yorkshire, Team Latham|
Is Munaf Patel still playing cricket?
Munaf Patel (born 12 July 1983) is a former Indian cricketer who played all formats of the game. He has also played for the West Zone in the Duleep Trophy and Gujarat, Mumbai cricket team and Maharashtra cricket team in domestic arena. In November 2018, he announced his retirement from cricket.
Where did Munaf Patel come from?
From a remote area in Ikhar in Bahruch, Gujarat, he burst onto the domestic sc… Tall and wiry, Munaf Patel was regarded to be the quickest Indian bowler when he strode onto the scene in 2003. From a remote area in Ikhar in Bahruch, Gujarat, he burst onto the domestic scene bowling with raw pace.
Is Munaf Patel the quickest Indian bowler?
Tall and wiry, Munaf Patel was regarded to be the quickest Indian bowler when he strode onto the scene in 2003. From a remote area in Ikhar in Bahruch, Gujarat, he burst onto the domestic scene bowling with raw pace.
How good was Munaf Patel in the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy?
In the final game of the same tournament, he dismissed Australian captain Ricky Ponting for just 4, on the way to 1/32 off 9 overs. In the first match of the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy against England, Munaf Patel again produced figures of 3/18 – winning the match for India and gaining the man of the match award.