Top 5 Promising Debutant’s of 2016

Jasprit Bumrah : He is a right handed bowler. He is born and brought up in Ahmadabad, and had played for Gujarat in Ranji trophy at a very young age. He played for Mumbai Indians in IPL and had good outing whole season. He grabbed eyeballs first with his unorthodox action, and then with his bowling skills.
After his impressive performance in IPL and domestic circuit he made his international debut in India tour of Australia(ODI’s) at start of 2016 and soon has cemented his place in the limited overs team. He has little unusual action, which tends to surprise the batsman playing him for the first time. He is excellent in delivering yorkers, and has a tendency to surprise the batsmen by delivering yorkers consistently. His best performance came in T20 world cup 2016 and was captain’s go to bowler in difficult situation. He is India’s death bowling specialist and really an exciting prospect to watch out for in 2017.

Hardik Pandya : He is right handed all rounder. He is born and brought up in Vadodara,Gujarat and had lived a very tough life with his brother while he was young. He was playing for Vadodara in Ranji and also showed his attacking play in IPL while he was with Mumbai Indians. He made his international debut in India tour of Australia(T20 series).

At that time India was looking for an all rounder and he had performed really well and earned that spot in limited over cricket. His best performance came in T20 world cup 2016 against Bangladesh, where he was given to bowl the penultimate over. He bowled really well, and India successfully defended the score.He is now an regular member of Indian team and play a crucial role as an all rounder. He is called as ‘Rock star” of team India.


Haseeb Hameed : This right handed batsman is born in England but his parent’s are Indian. He had played some exceptional cricket in county’s for Lancashire, and soon got a call from ECB. He made his international debut in England tour of Indian (Test series) at very young age of 19, and scored hard fought 2-half century in that series.
He is extremely talented, and proved it by playing important innings against Indian spinners on spin friendly wicket. He showed a lot of character and grit, by playing with injured finger and helped England to gain some lead. After getting out of the series due to injury, he was seen in stadium supporting his team. In future he is certainly one of the youngest and exciting prospect to watch out for England.

Mehedi Hasan : He is right handed all rounder and has made his international debut in England tour of Bangladesh (Test series). He has led Bangladesh U-19 team in World Cup. He is more effective with his right arm off breaks and single handedly won a test for Bangladesh, to help Bangladesh draw the series.
He just has played two matches and already have 19 wickets in his kitty. In his four innings career, he has three 5-wicket haul and one 10-wicket haul. After Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh haven’t found any good all rounder. Mehedi Hasan is surely the player Bangladesh can invest it’s time, to gain benefits for long time.

Jayant Yadav : He is an right handed all rounder and has made his international debut in New Zeland tour of India (ODI’s). He have performed really well in domestic tournament for Haryana and soon got a call from BCCI. He is lucky to have played his first match on his home ground. India has knack of producing good spin all rounders. 

After Ashwin, Jadeja he is third all rounder spinning option for India in current days. He have performed extremely with bat and ball in 3-Test’s he played against England. In this three Test’s matches he have a half century and a century each, along with 9 wickets. He will be India’s another spin all rounder to watch out for in coming years.
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