|Angkrish Raghuvanshi Quick Information|
|height||5 feet 10 inches|
|Date of birth||5 June 2005|
|eye color||dark brown|
Angkrish Raghuvanshi is an Indian professional cricketer who came to prominence in February 2022 as an integral member of the 2022 winning Indian team ICC (International Cricket Council) Under-19 Cricket World Cup, This was India’s fourth consecutive appearance in the finals of the tournament after losing attempts in 2016 and 2020 and winning campaigns in 2018. This was also the 5th time that India won the trophy after victorious campaigns in 2000, 2008, 2012 and 2018. A few months before that, in December 2021, Angkrish was a key part of the Indian team that won 2021. acc (Asian Cricket Council) Under-19 Asia Cup, This was the 8th time that India had won the competition out of the 9 editions it had played.
name at birth
He divides his time between Delhi, India and Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
- father – Avneesh Raghuvanshi (Former national level tennis player)
- Mother Malika Raghuvanshi (Former National Level Basketball Player)
- siblings – Krishna Raghuvanshi (Younger Brother) (Tennis Player)
- other – Sahil Kukreja (Uncle) (Former first-class cricketer)
slow left-arm orthodox
18 – Youth ODI
5 feet 10 inches or 178 cm
74 kg or 163 lbs
Caste / Ethnicity
- toned physique
- short cut, side parted hair
- friendly smile
- clean shaven look
Angkrish Raghuvanshi Facts
- Angkrish had a poor start in 2021 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup, where he was dismissed for 2 and 0 in India’s first 2 matches against the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan, respectively. Things did not improve much in the next two matches as well as he could manage only 35 runs against Afghanistan in India’s last group stage match and 16 against Bangladesh in the semi-final.
- In the final match of the tournament, in a rain-hit game against Sri Lanka, chasing a modest target of 102, he top-scored with an unbeaten 56 off 67 balls as India finished the home game with 9 wickets in 22 overs. had played. Excessive.
- In the second group stage match of 2022 ICC Under-19 Cricket World CupAgainst Ireland, he made an opening stand of 164 in 25.4 overs with Harnoor Singh and was India’s second highest run-scorer with 79 off 79 balls. This helped India post an impressive total of 307/5 and eventually win by a huge margin of 174 runs.
- In India’s last group stage match, against Uganda, he scored 144 runs in just 120 balls (including 22 fours and 4 sixes). His 206-run partnership with Raj Bawa, who had scored an unbeaten 162, was the third highest wicket stand in the history of the tournament. India had scored 405/5 in 50 overs in that match and defeated Uganda by 326 runs. This was the second biggest win margin in the history of Youth ODIs.
- In the quarter-final match against Bangladesh, he was India’s top scorer (44 off 65 balls including 7 fours) chasing a target of 112. India had lost 5 wickets in the chase and Angkrish’s knock proved crucial in ensuring that the lower order batsmen did not get into this difficult target.
- His form in the last two matches of the tournament had let him down as he was dismissed for 6 runs against Australia in the semi-final and 2 balls in the final against England.
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