Write an Article

Manoj Tiwary Biography & Latest News

Manoj Tiwary Biography

Manoj Kumar Tiwary is an Indian cricketer who is an aggressive right-handed batsman. Tiwary gained attention from selectors and fans through his strokeplay and high run-scoring in Indian domestic cricket. His front foot play and ability to attack the bowler have often drawn parallels with England's Kevin Pietersen. He made his debut against Australia in the 2008 Commonwealth Bank tri-series in which he scored only 2 runs in his only innings. He was later included in the India team for the West Indies tour of 2011, as a replacement for Yuvraj Singh. Tiwary played the 4th and 5th ODI's in the series. He later got picked for England's tour of India in October. He played in the 5th ODI and scored 24 runs. Tiwary was subsequently named in the squad for the ODI's against West Indies in November–December. India won the 5th match by 34 runs and he was awarded the man-of-the-match for this match-winning knock. After being made to sit in the reserves for 14 successive matches following the century, he made an auspicious comeback as an all-rounder, replacing leg spinner Rahul Sharma against Sri Lanka at Colombo as he took 4/61 from his 10 overs with his leg-breaks to restrict the hosts to 251/8. India eventually won the match as Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten ton. Tiwary was also picked for the Commonwealth Bank tri-series against Australia and Sri Lanka, but he didn't play any matches. Tiwary was also selected for the lone T20 against South Africa which was played in celebration of 150 years of settlement of Indians in South Africa.

Manoj Tiwary Latest News & Articles

Domestic players like Pragyan Ojha, Shreyas Iyer to participate in KSCA tournament The tournament will be an ideal preparation for Ranji Trophy
Bengal squad announced for pre-season KSCA tournament Wicketkeeper Satyabrata Murmu's story of cricket is unlike any other
Kalighat defeat Mohun Bagan in rain-affected final of P Sen Trophy The two most telling contributions in the match came from the natural elements and the pair of Ishank Jaggi and Shibsankar Roy.
5 Indians who can use the 2016 DPL to revitalise their career How India players performed in the 2016 DPL
Wriddhiman Saha and Laxmi Ratan Shukla unleash carnage at the Eden Gardens in P Sen Trophy semi-final State minister and former India player scores a 19-ball 50, Current India player scores a 37-ball 100 - it was all happening at the Eden!
5 Indian players whose LOI careers reached a deadlock following a Zimbabwe tour Zimbabwe has proved to be unlucky for some Indian cricketers in the past, leading to a deterioration in their careers.
5 unlucky Indian cricketers who have been part of second-string sides but rarely make it to limited over team otherwise BCCI have followed a trend of selecting second-string sides on unimportant tours and not selecting those players again even if they do well.
Reports: Dinesh Karthik latest Indian cricketer to sign up for Dhaka Premier League The 31-year-old is set to make his DPL debut on June 15 against traditional rivals Mohammedan Sporting.
Makhaya Ntini criticises decision to rest big players for tours of Zimbabwe The new Zimbabwe coach has issued a promise to the Indian team, that they will 'put them under the carpet'.
Why Indian cricketers are playing in the Dhaka Premier League Despite impressive performances in this IPL, Yusuf Pathan was overlooked for the Zimbabwe tour and decided to join the Dhaka Premier League.
Yusuf Pathan signs up to play for Abahani Limited in the Dhaka Premier League Pathan will join Manoj Tiwary and Uday Kaul in the Abahani Limited squad for the remainder of the DPL season.
More Indian players sign up to play in the Dhaka Premier League Out of demand in the IPL, some Indian cricketers are trying their luck in the 50-over DPL
Manoj Tiwary's first outing in the Dhaka Premier League A report on Manoj Tiwary's first outing for Abahani Limited in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League.
Spurned by IPL, Manoj Tiwary signs up for Abahani Limited in Dhaka Premier League Manoj Tiwary, not finding any takers in the IPL, will play in the DPL for Abahani Limited
All time Kolkata Knight Riders XI The Kolkata Knight Riders have, previously, won the Indian Premier League twice, in 2012 and 2014.
Fetching more content...