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Full name Ishant Sharma
Born 2 September 1988 (age 34)
Delhi, India Nickname Lambu
Height 6 ft 5 in (196 cm) 
Batting Right handed
Bowling Right-arm fast-medium
National side India (2007–2021)
Test debut (cap 258) 25 May 2007 v Bangladesh
Last Test 25 November 2021 v New Zealand
ODI debut (cap 169) 29 June 2007 v South Africa
Last ODI 17 January 2016 v Australia
ODI shirt no. 1
T20I debut (cap 21) 1 February 2008 v Australia
Last T20I 10 October 2013 v Australia
T20I shirt no. 1
Domestic team information
2008–2010 Kolkata Knight Riders
2011–2012 Deccan Chargers
2013–2015 Sunrisers Hyderabad
2016 Rising Pune Supergiants
2017 Kings XI Punjab
2019–present Delhi Capitals
Competition Test ODI FC LA
Matches 105 80 149 123
Runs scored 785 72 1,061 174
Batting average 8.26 4.80 8.69 6.96
100s/50s 0/1 0/0 0/2 0/0
Top score 57 13 66 31
Balls bowled 19,160 3,733 26,808 5,834
Wickets 311 115 481 178
Bowling average 32.40 30.98 28.35 28.95
5 wickets in innings 11 0 16 1
10 wickets in match 1 0 2 0
Best bowling 7/74 4/34 7/24 5/21
Catches/stumpings 23/– 19/– 33/– 26/–
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 25 November 2021Ishant Sharma (pronunciation (help·info); born 2 September 1988) is an Indian cricketer who has represented India in Tests, ODIs and T20Is. He is a 6 ft 5 in tall right-arm fast-medium bowler. At the age of 18, Sharma was called to join the Indian squad for the tour of South Africa in 2006–07. However, after receiving the call and organising travel arrangements, he was deselected. In reference to his height and lean physique in his Under-19 days, the bowler was nicknamed . In 2011, he became the fifth youngest player to take 100 Test wickets. Against South Africa in 2013, Ishant Sharma became the fifth quickest Indian to grab 100 ODI wickets. While being a "rhythm" bowler, he still is considered one of the fastest Indian bowlers having bowled in excess of 150 km/h on several occasions in international cricket as well as the IPL, his fastest being 152.2 km/h bowled to Ricky Ponting on Boxing Day Test in 2011. In 2020, Indian government has awarded him the Arjuna Award to recognize his outstanding achievement in cricket.
In February 2021, during the series against England, Ishant took his 300th wicket in Test cricket.
1 Domestic and first-class career
2 International career
3 Bowling style 4 IPL career 5 Personal life 6 References 7 External links
Domestic and first-class career
Ishant plays for Delhi in domestic cricket and has taken 68 wickets in 14 first-class games, including a five-wicket haul against Baroda on the opening day of a match Delhi drew after failing to bowl Baroda out on the fourth day.
Ishant toured England with the India Under-19s in 2006 and Pakistan in 2006–07. He played three youth tests and six youth One Day Internationals for India. On the basis of his strong performance in Australia in 2008, Ishant Sharma was bought for a winning bid of $950,000 by Kolkata Knight Riders in the player auction for the Indian Premier League. This was the highest amount paid for any bowler in the tournament.
On 15 February 2018, it was officially announced that Ishant will join Sussex CCC for the first two months of the 2018 county season, available from 4 April to 4 June 2018, thus making him the 9th Indian to play for Sussex.
Ishant Sharma in 2008
In May 2007, Sharma was selected in the test team for the Bangladesh tour and played as a replacement for the fast bowler Munaf Patel. Over there he played for his national side in the second test where he bowled three overs including one maiden and conceded only five runs without taking a wicket. Later on, he was called for the tour of England in July–August 2007.
Sharma got a call back in the team in the 3rd Test during Pakistan's tour of India in December 2007 due to injury of India's frontline pacers Zaheer Khan, RP Singh, and Sreesanth. Sharma picked up 5 wickets during the third test in Bangalore. This performance earned him a place in India's squad for the tour of Australia.
Sharma was left out in the Boxing Day Test at Melbourne during the Border–Gavaskar Trophy as India retained their main fast bowlers, Zaheer Khan and RP Singh. However, in January 2008 Sharma was called to represent India once again to replace the injured Zaheer Khan in the second test at the SCG. Sharma started the first day of the match strongly and was involved in a controversial decision from Steve Bucknor when Andrew Symonds nicked the ball to keeper MS Dhoni off his bowling but was given not out. He bowled reasonably in the match, however without much luck.
Ishant Sharma Biography, Career info, Records, Achievements & Stats
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Full NameIshant Vijay Sharma
BornSeptember 2, 1988
Height6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
RoleBowler / Right arm fast medium
Relation(s)Pratima Singh (Spouse), Vijay Sharma (Father), Grisha Sharma (Mother)
MOST RECENT MATCHES
MATCH RUNS BF 4s 6s SR OVERS MO RC WKTS ECO EX
DEL vs JHR 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 40 0 5.00 0
RAJ vs DEL 2 6 0 0 33.33 8 1 31 2 3.87 2
VID vs DEL 0 0 0 0 0 9.2 3 24 3 2.60 0
VID vs DEL 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 21 1 5.25 0
PUD vs DEL 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 26 1 6.50 0
GAME TYPE M INN RUNS BF NO AVG SR 100s 50s HS 4s 6s CT ST
ODIs 80 28 72 203 13 4.80 35.46 0 0 13 6 0 19 0
TESTs 105 142 785 2568 47 8.26 30.56 0 1 57 88 1 23 0
T20Is 14 3 8 9 2 8.00 88.88 0 0 5 1 0 4 0
T20s 145 33 65 78 25 8.12 83.33 0 0 10 5 2 29 0
LISTAs 126 46 176 374 20 6.76 47.05 0 0 31 12 1 26 0
FIRSTCLASS 151 191 1078 3401 66 8.62 31.69 0 2 66 120 4 34 0
GAME TYPE M INN OVERS RUNS WKTS AVG ECO BEST 5Ws 10Ws
ODIs 80 78 622.1 3563 115 30.98 5.72 4/34 0 0
TESTs 105 188 3193.2 10078 311 32.40 3.15 10/108 11 1
T20Is 14 14 46.2 400 8 50.00 8.63 2/34 0 0
T20s 145 145 519.2 4037 117 34.50 7.77 5/12 1 0
LISTAs 126 123 997.4 5249 183 28.68 5.26 5/21 1 0
FIRSTCLASS 151 268 4491 13742 482 28.51 3.05 11/51 16 2
Ishant Vijay Sharma, a tall, lanky pace bowler with a thin frame and a head full of hair flinging all over the place, steaming into bowl to arguably Australia’s one of the finest batsman Ricky Ponting and continuously bouncing him out on the pacy wickets of Australia is possibly the most vivid memory the cricket lovers have of Ishant Sharma when he burst onto the scene.
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Biography- About Ishant Sharma
Ishant Sharma: Along the years
Records Awards Career Family
Biography- About Ishant Sharma
The tallest Indian to have ever represented Indian cricket at the international level, Ishant Vijay Sharma uses his height to the maximum advantage. Standing at 6 ft 4 in, he is a right-arm fast-medium bowler who plays as a right-handed batsman.
He crossed the 100 wicket mark in just 70 matches and the crossed 150 wickets in tests in 53 tests, becoming the 11th Indian bowler to do so. He went on to win the Man of the Series on two occasions with one coming in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy Test Series in 2008/09 and the other in India in West Indies Test Series in 2011.
Ishant Sharma: Along the years
Year Age Achievement
2006 18 Ranji Trophy debut
2007 18 Test debut for India against Bangladesh
2007 18 ODI debut against South Africa
2008 19 T20I debut against Australia
2008 19 Picked up by Kolkata Knight Riders
2011 21 100 wickets in Test
2011 21 Snaffled up by Deccan Chargers
2013 23 Went to Sunrisers Hyderabad
2013` 23 Won the Champions Trophy
2015 25 Bought by Rising Pune Supergiants
2018 29 250 wickets in Test
2019 30 Bought by Delhi Capitals
Fifth fastest to 100 Test wickets
Second slowest to 250 Test wickets
Won the prestigious Arjuna Award in 2020
Ishant Sharma made his Ranji Trophy debut for Delhi at the age of 18 and rapidly climbed the stairs of success. Ishant toured England with the India Under-19s in 2006 and Pakistan in 2006–07. He played three youth tests and six youth One Day Internationals for India and instantly grabbed the attention of Indian selectors and went on to play for India’s senior team. Ishant whilst playing for Delhi has taken 451 wickets in 138 first-class games so far.
Ishant Sharma has donned jersey’s of several IPL franchises in his 13-year long career. From Kolkata Knight Riders to Deccan Chargers to Sunrisers Hyderabad to Rising Pune Supergiant to Kings XI Punjab to now his home state Delhi Capitals, Ishant arguably has seen every nook and cranny of IPL.
The constant changing of the teams also depicts that Ishant never truly aced the format of IPL. However, with Ishant starting to pitch the ball further up in Tests and seeing a considerable improvement in performance, the year 2020 could be a breakout year for him in IPL.
At the age of 18, Ishant Sharma was called to join the Indian squad for the tour of South Africa in 2006–07. However, after receiving the call and organizing travel arrangements, it was decided not to send him on the tour.
In May 2007, Ishant was selected in the test team for the Bangladesh tour and played as a replacement for the fast bowler Munaf Patel. He played in the second test where he bowled just three overs including one maiden and conceded five runs without taking a wicket.
A lot has been discussed Ishant Sharma’s now-famous spell against Australia’s Ricky Ponting in that Test at Perth on India’s tour to Australia in late 2007. It was a career-turning bowling spell where Ishant, a 19-year-old, gave Ponting a tough time in the middle by bowling outside off-stump and finally had him caught at slip. He got Ponting out 6 times in 7 innings.
Ishant Sharma to lead Delhi Ranji team, Gautam Gambhir ‘relieved from captaincy’
Virat Kohli will be the state captain for the year and Ishant Sharma will lead the side in the Indian captain's absence, a DDCA release stated on Friday.
Ishant Sharma to lead Delhi Ranji team, Gautam Gambhir ‘relieved from captaincy’
Ishant Sharma to lead Delhi Ranji team, Gautam Gambhir ‘relieved from captaincy’ Virat Kohli will be the state captain for the year and Ishant Sharma will lead the side in the Indian captain's absence, a DDCA release stated on Friday.
By: Express Web Desk
Updated: September 22, 2017 10:57:13 pm
Ishant Sharma will lead Delhi Ranji team while Rishabh Pant has been named wicketkeeper for the first two matches. (Source: Express Archive)
India seamer Ishant Sharma will lead Delhi in their first two Ranji Trophy 2017-18 matches. The selection committee, comprising of Atul Wassan, Hari Gidwani and Robin Singh Jr, drafted some new faces for the upcoming season. Gautam Gambhir, who has been “relieved of captaincy” and Unmukt Chand continue to be the two openers while the middle-order wears a fresh look with additions of Himmat Singh and Kunal Chandela. The selectors have ignored Parvinder Awana and Varun Sood for the first two matches.
“We have collectively decided to relieve Gambhir from captaincy as we want him to score runs. Ishant having no captaincy experience doesn’t matter since he has played a lot of international cricket and he has Gambhir and KP Bhaskar (head coach) for guidance,” Atul Wassan, chairman of senior selection committee, told The Indian Express.
Himmat, who plays in the middle-order, has been a regular scorer in the junior age-groups for the state while Kunal scored heavily in the last two editions of the Vizzy Trophy. He was part of the u-23 squad last year but failed to make an impression with the bat. Seamer Kulwant Khejroliya, who has been making a lot of noise for his bowling speeds, is part of the seam attack also featuring Navdeep Saini, who represents India A, Vikas Tokas and captain Ishant. “Kulwant was picked in Board’s President XI, which means national selectors were also excited,” added Wassan.
In the spin department, Vikas Mishra, who was part of India U-19 World Cup winning squad in 2012, makes a return to the squad and he has left-arm spinner Manan Sharma and off-spinner Pulkit Narang for company. Rishabh Pant has been picked as the wicketkeeper-batsman but keeping his India A assignment in mind, selectors have included Anuj Rawat as the standbye.
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“We are looking at all options. We want some U-19 players to play their age group because they stand a better chance there with the selectors watching. Injuries forced us to add more players to the probables before the camp began,” said Wassan.
“There will be rotations and we will continue to explore all options. Yes, Delhi didn’t have many matches this year but most of the players were playing cricket with their corporate teams and clubs,” said Wassan.
The selectors have also announced the U-23 squad for the first two matches and appointed Jonty Sidhu, who led India U-19 in the past, as captain for the season.
ADVERTISEMENTDelhi Ranji Trophy Squad: Ishant Sharma (C), Gautam Gambhir, Unmukt Chand, Nitish Rana, Dhruv Shorey, Milind Kumar, Himmat Singh, Kunal Chandela, Rishabh Pant (WK), Manan Sharma, Vikas Mishra, Pulkit Narang, Navdeep Saini, Vikas Tokas, Kulwant Khejroliya. Standbyes: Simranjeet Singh, Shivam Sharma, Aditya Kaushik, Harsh Tyagi and Anuj RawatDelhi U-23 Squad: Hiten Dalal, Rajesh Sharma, Jonty Sidhu (C), Lalit Yadav, Kunwar Bidhuri, Yash Sehrawat, Salil Malhotra, Dinesh Mor (WK), Shivank Vashisht, Tejas Baroka, Mohammad Bilal, Kuldeep Yadav, Abhishek Vats, Sarang Rawat, Simarjeet Singh. Standbyes: Ankur Kaushik, Ajay Ahlawat, Nishant Kantewala, Mohit Ahlawat, Prashant Bhandari
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