Former Indian seamer Ashish Nehra celebrates his 43rd birthday on 29 April. The left-hand pacer has addressed India in all formats. Known for his side-on activity, Nehra was able to swing the ball the two different ways off the wicket with unpretentious varieties. In spite of his injury-prone career, he figured out how to set up a decent test with his energetic speed and precision before the best hitters across the world.
Ashish Nehra Debut for India
Ashish Nehra with a successful domestic debut in the 1997-98 season, Nehra got selected for the Indian National team in 1999 in a Test appearance against Sri Lanka in Nagpur. He showed up for his maiden ODI against Zimbabwe at Harare in 2001.
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However, his wellness issue didn’t allow him to solidify his spot in the crew. This tall slender pacer played a sum of 164 games in all configurations of cricket. Also in his short Test profession, Nehra scalped 44 wickets in 17 test appearances. Also, he included 120 ODIs and got 157 wickets to his name. Hence he likewise played 27 T20 Internationals stowing 34 wickets.
1⃣6⃣4⃣ international matches 👌
2⃣3⃣5⃣ international wickets ☝️
2⃣0⃣1⃣1⃣ World Cup-winner 🏆
— BCCI (@BCCI) April 29, 2022
Ashish Nehra represented India for 5 World Cup Tournaments
The left-arm bowler had been a piece of the Indian side in five significant ICC competitions, for example, two World Cup crusades (in 2011 and 2013) and three Champions Trophies. He additionally made an imprint in two Asia Cups he played for the country.
Nehra additionally showed a few amazing spells in the Indian Premier League and had addressed five establishments all through his career. Also he got 106 wickets in his 88 excursions for various groups. The bowling legend took retirement from all arrangements of cricket in 2017.
Ashish Nehra as a Gujarat Titans Bowling Mentor
Ashish Nehra is currently the Bowling Coach of Gujarat Titans who is having a splendid IPL season.