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Anmolpreet Singh is a Indian cricketer,  He was born on 28 March 1998 (age 22 years), in Patiala. Patiala is a city in southeastern Punjab in India.

This is a Right-handed Batsman and his bowling style Right-arm off-break. Now he is 22 Years Old. In this Article We are Going to know that all About of Anmolpreet Singh And Everything About his Cricket Career, IPL Profile Etc.

Anmolpreet Singh – Personal Information , Career,  Records Biography

  • Born: 28 March 1998 (age 22 years), Patiala
  • 2019-present: Mumbai Indians
  • Bowling: Right-arm off-break
  • List A debut: 3 March 2017 Punjab v Haryana
  • FC debut: 3 April 2017 Punjab v Himachal Pradesh
  • Batting style: Right-handed

 

 

 

 

Cricket Career of Anmol Singh

Anmolpreet Singh, otherwise known as AnmolPreet Singh, is a prominent right-handed all-rounder who plays for India’s cricket team.

He is renowned cricketers and has played a number of roles in the Indian cricket team. Born in Jodhpur, Punjab, Anmol Singh moved to Delhi in his teens and then later to Mumbai where he played a handful of matches for Maharashtra’s Ranji Trophy team.

Anmolpreet Singh

 

He then played some cricket for Jamshedpur in the United Provinces (UP) before making his cricket career a national one.

Anmol Singh played a number of games for the Maharashtra State Cricket Association (MSCA) and the Punjab State Cricket Association (PSCA).

He played a key role in helping Punjab win the 1992 Ranji trophy. Anmol Singh played for India on five occasions – from the Asia Cup 1990,

against West Indies in the 1995 World Cup, against Sri Lanka in the 1998 World Cup and against Australia in the World Twenty20 tournament in 2020.

 

Anmol Singh has played a key role in shaping the Indian cricket team, both in his domestic and international career. He played a key role in helping India win the 1996 World Cup.

He has also played a major role in helping India to qualify for the World Twenty20 in 2020. Anmol Singh made his international debut for India at the 1994 World Cup and then became a permanent member of the India squad in the following year. He played a crucial role in India winning the World Twenty20 tournament.

In 1998, Anmol Singh became one of the most sought-after players in the Indian cricket team. He played a crucial role in India’s second world cup victory and also helped India to secure a spot in the semi-final at the World Cup.

Anmol Singh then played a crucial role in helping India to win the Test series in Australia that year. He also played a crucial role in helping India to qualify for the one-day international tournament in England.

at the same time he was also instrumental in India winning the one-day international tournament in New Zealand.

 

Anmol Singh was the captain of the India A team that won the Asia Cup in 1997 and went on to win the Asian Cricket Championship later that year.

Anmolpreet Singh captained the Indian side that won the one-day tournament at the same time. He was also part of the Indian side that won the World Cup in West Indies in 1996.

and captained the Indian side that won the Cricket World Cup at the same time. He captained the Indian side that reached the semis at the 1999 World Cup.

Anmol Singh was one of the top performers in the 1999 World Cup that India won with ease. He was named the Man of the Tournament.

Anmolpreet Singh then played an important role in helping the Indian cricket team qualify for the Cricket World Cup in Australia.

He was part of the Indian team that qualified for the tournament in Australia, but failed to make it out of the qualifying group stages.

He was also part of the India squad that won the one-day international tournament in West Indies in 1998. He made an impactful contribution in the 1998 World Cup that India won, which was one of the most important World Cups ever for India.

Anmolpreet Singh was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the end of the 1998 season. His contributions to the team have been acknowledged to great extent by the Indian cricket board.

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Anmolpreet Singh is known as one of the best captains, all time, in the history of the Indian cricket team. He is regarded as one of the finest fielders in the history of the Indian team.

 

The best part about Anmol Singh’s career was his consistent performances. He managed to get on top of the game at a very young age, which is rare among other cricketers.

He had always been able to keep the consistency that has become a trademark for him and was part of all the top performing teams of India.

 

In spite of being a member of the Indian Cricket Team, Anmol Singh was not a part of the national team that was selected to participate in the recent World Cup in the United Kingdom.

He did not get even the opportunity to participate in that competition. However, he was still able to help the country win the one-day tournament there.

 

Career Batting Stats

Right-Handed Batsman
Format
M
Inn
NO
Runs
HS
Avg
BF
BF
SR
100s
50s
1st class
2017–
27
41
3
1691
267
44.5
2603
262
65.0
5
8
List A
2017–
31
29
2
1063
141
39.4
1192
114
89.2
2
6
T20
2015–
26
23
1
419
84
19.0
395
56
106.1
0
2

Career Bowling Stats

Right-Arm Off Spin Bowler
Format
M
Inn
B
Mdn
Runs
W
BB
Econ
Avg
SR
4W
5W
1st class
2017–
27
7
108
1
54
1
1/9
3.00
54.0
108.0
0
0
List A
2017–
31
T20
2015–
26
Career Fielding Stats
Format
Catches
Run Outs
Stumpings
1st class
2017–
22
0
0
List A
2017–
5
3
0
T20
2015–
9
2
0

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