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A forceful brisk bowler, who can swing the ball far from the right-handers even while hitting the pitch hard, Shardul Thakur has built up himself as the lead of Mumbai’s assault. With the new ball, Thakur’s at-the-batsman technique shapes a flawless contradiction to Dhawal Kulkarni’s more metronomic style, and the two joined splendidly to win Mumbai their 41st Ranji Trophy title in February 2016. Thakur got eight wickets in the last against Saurashtra, and his rejection of Cheteshwar Pujara on the third day, the ball raising up from a length to hit the shoulder of the bat, was maybe the chunk of the match.
Thakur hails from Palghar, a town 87 km north of Mumbai, and spent his initial cricketing years carrying his kitbag on early-morning trains into the city. Mumbai won the Ranji Trophy in his presentation period of 2012-13, yet he didn’t assume a noteworthy part in the triumph, grabbing just four wickets in four matches at a normal of 82.
Shardul Thakur Profile Biography – ICC Ranking, Career & Stats
Full name Shardul Narendra Thakur
Born October 16, 1991, Palghar, Maharashtra
Major teams India, Kings XI Punjab, Mumbai A,Mumbai Indians, Tata Sports Club
Playing role Bowler
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Advised to get more fit by his Mumbai colleagues, Thakur returned less fatty and fitter the following season, and grabbed 27 wickets at 26.25. The 2014-15 season was far superior, Thakur completing joint-best of the Ranji Trophy knocking down some pins graphs with 48 wickets at 20.81. That earned him a ring to the India A squad for four-day amusements against Australia An and South Africa A. Soon thereafter, playing for the Board President’s XI, he packed away a four-wicket pull against the visiting South Africans, his wickets including those of Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla.