Now we will talk about the profile stats and records for one of the great Bowlers of Indian cricket and who was also the first Indian to take a hat trick in international cricket. Chetan Sharma is currently the Chief Selector of the Indian team and he is doing a very good job at selecting the right team for every series. Let’s check out the Profile Stats and Records for Chetan Sharma below.
Chetan Sharma played international cricket for India from 1983-1994 and although he did not play a lot of matches he has left an indelible impact on the game. Chetan Sharma is also known for conceding a last ball six against Javed Miandad at Sharjah and since that time he had lost his steam as a bowler.
Chetan Sharma stayed away from the gaje after his retirement and recently he was appointed the chief selector for the Indian team and he has been contributing to cricket and using all the knowledge he has gained over the years. So, let's take a look at the Profile Stats and Records for Chetan Sharma
Chetan Sharma was born on 3rd January 1966 at Ludhiana in Punjab. Ever since he was a young boy he wanted to he a cricketer and he wanted to play for India and for that he took the proper coaching and ultimately his dream came true. Chetan Sharma is 5 ft 7 inches which allowed him to get on top of the batter and get some bounce on the pitch. And when needed he was also a very capable right hand batter as well.
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Chetan Sharma played international cricket from 1983-1994 and he has a great career. His first test match was on 17th October 1984 vs Pakistan and he was test cap number 167 for India. His last test match was against West Indies on 3rd May 1989 so a short 5 year test career for him. His ODI career was a lot longer and his first ODI was on 7th December 1983 vs West Indies and his last ODI was also vs West Indies on
5 wickets in an innings
10 wickets in a match
1st Indian to take a Hat trick in international cricket
Only one of few bowlers to concede 6 runs of the last ball to lose a match
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