Son of Indian-origin Taxi Driver selected in Australia team, ready to show in West Indies


New Delhi: Australia has announced the names of 23 players for the West Indies tour. David Warner Steve Smith and Pat Cummins return to the team, but due to Corona virus rules, Marnus Labuschen has not been selected.

Tanveer Sangha elected

19-year-old Indian-origin cricketer Tanveer Sangha has also been selected in the Australia national team for the West Indies Tour, he is a legbreak googly bowler. It is not easy to make a place in the Kangaroo team at such a young age.

Showed in U-19 WC

Tanveer Sangha showed his ability in the U-19 World Cup 2020 in South Africa. He had taken a total of 15 wickets in this tournament. He has received the reward for this performance.

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Tanveer is the son of a taxi driver

The story of Joga Sangha, father of Tanveer Sangha, is very interesting. He belongs to Rahimpur in Jalandhar (Jalandhar) district of Punjab. Joga went to study in Australia in the year 1997 and then he settled there. Joga, who lives in Sydney, is a taxi driver by profession, while Tanveer’s mother Upneet is an accountant.

Australian team selected for West Indies tour: Aaron Finch, Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendroff, Alex Carrie, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Ken Richardson, Tanvir Sangha, Darshi Short, Steve Smith, Mitchell Stork, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Sweepson, Andrew Tye, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Jumpa , Moises Henriques, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Riley Meredith, Josh Phillip and Jay Richardson.


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