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Amit Mishra Biography & Latest News

Amit Mishra Biography

Amit Mishra is an Indian cricketer from Delhi, who has got himself trained as a leg-break bowler and also capable of functioning as a right-handed lower order batsman. He joined the Indian team for a Test Match against West Indies in 2002. Mishra debut One Day International match was against South Africa (2003) . He has played a total of 15 ODI matches, giving 575 runs out of 763 balls. Amit Mishra plays in the Indian Premier League for the Deccan Chargers team and also played his first Test cricket against Australia. Mishra got the opportunity to prove himself after Anil Kumble was injured ,he played brilliantly by taking 5 wickets for 71 runs in 1st innings. Everyone wishes for him to shine like a star and continue offering us brilliant matches in years to come.

Amit Mishra Latest News & Articles

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