new Delhi: Fast bowler Thangarasu Natarajan (T Natarajan), who came to Australia as a net bowler, made his Test debut against Australia in the Brisbane Test. The way this young player has bowled in front of Australia’s top batsmen is a great compliment. Natarajan has achieved many successes on this tour.
Natarajan becomes India’s second most successful left arm pacer
T. Natarajan has become India’s second most successful left arm pacer in terms of taking wickets in a debut match. Natarajan took three wickets to prove his selection worthwhile and played a key role in Australia’s first innings total of 369 runs.
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Natarajan (T Natarajan) took three wickets for 78 runs in the first innings of this match. For India, the record for being the best left arm pacer in a debut match is in the name of Rudra Pratap Singh, who took 4 wickets for 89 runs against Pakistan in Faisalabad in 2005-06.
RP Singh left the record of SS Nayalchand taking three wickets for 97 runs in 1952-53 season against Pakistan in Lucknow. Now Natarajan has also overtaken Nayalchand.
Natarajan’s shining luck
Natarajan (T Natarajan) has achieved a major achievement by debuting in the Brisbane Test. The fast bowler became the first Indian cricketer to debut in international cricket in all three formats on a single tour.
The 29-year-old Tamil Nadu cricketer got a place in the playing XI due to injury to key players in the fourth and final Test against Australia.
He made his international debut in the second ODI in Canberra on 2 December. India won that match by 13 runs.
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Natarajan (T Natarajan) took two wickets for 70 runs in ten overs. After this, he was also part of the Indian team in the three-match T20 series, in which he took six wickets. India won that series 2–1.
The ICC tweeted, ‘Welcome to Test cricket. Thangarasu Natarajan became the first Indian to debut in international cricket in all three formats on a single tour.