|Dinesh Bana Quick Info|
|height||5 feet 8 inches|
|Date of birth||15 December 2004|
|eye color||dark brown|
Dinesh Banana is an Indian professional cricketer who came to prominence in December 2021, when he was part of the Indian team (although he did not make it to the playing XI in any of India’s matches) which won in 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. In February 2022, Dinesh was an integral member of the Indian team that won the 2022 . had won 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. ,
name at birth
Dinesh Mahabir made
Hisar, Haryana, India
- father – Mahabir Bana (with Head Constable.) Haryana PoliceRetired from Indian Army)
- Mother – Darshan Devi
- siblings -Nitika Bana (Sister)
wicketkeeper, middle order batsman
5 – Youth ODI
5 feet 8 inches or 173 cm
69 kg or 152 lbs
Caste / Ethnicity
- toned physique
- side, wavy hair
- friendly smile
- Often sports a thin mustache
dinesh bana facts
- Dinesh Bana was part of India’s squad for 2021 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup But none of the 5 matches in that tournament broke into the playing XI as the team management preferred Aaradhya Yadav to play in the wicketkeeping position.
- However, as Aaradhya’s performance in the last few matches of 2021 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup Wasn’t up to the mark, Dinesh was preferred over him for 2022 selection ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup,
- In India’s last group stage match of 2022 ICC Under-19 Cricket World CupAgainst Uganda, he came to bat with India already at 335-4 in 43.1 overs. He played a fast-paced cameo, scoring 22 runs off 14 balls including a four and a six, helping India reach 383 runs by the time they were dismissed in the 48th over. India eventually scored 405/5 in 50 overs in that match and beat Uganda by 326 runs. This was the second largest victory margin in the history of Youth ODIs.
- In the semi-final match, he went to the crease with India’s score but did not dominate 259/5 in 48.5 overs. He immediately hit the first ball for 4 runs in the last ball of the 49th over. He then faced the last 3 balls of the 50th and final over and sent them for 6, 4, 6. His adrenalin-filled 4-ball cameo (20 runs at a strike rate of 500) helped India add 31 runs from the last 7 balls of the innings, ending at 290/5, ending in a 96-run victory.
- In the final of the tournament, against England, he reached the crease with India’s score of 176/6 in 46.2 overs, a target of 190 runs within touching distance. He hit sixes in the third and fourth balls of the next over to help India cross the line in a famous victory.
Featured image by Dinesh Bana / Instagram