Manoj Tiwary

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Manoj Tiwarii
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Personal information
Born (1985-11-14) 14 November 1985 (age 33)
Howrah, West Bengal, India
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
BattingRight-handed
BowlingRight-arm leg break
RoleBatsman
International information
National side
ODI debut (cap 171)3 February 2008 v Australia
Last ODI10 July 2015 v Zimbabwe
ODI shirt no.90 (was 9)
T20I debut (cap 40)29 October 2011 v England
Last T20I11 September 2012 v New Zealand
T20I shirt no.90 (was 9)
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
2004/05–presentBengal
2008–2009;2014–2015Delhi Daredevils (squad no. 9)
2010–2013Kolkata Knight Riders (squad no. 9)
2016Abahani Limited
2017Rising Pune Supergiants (squad no. 45)
2018Kings XI Punjab (squad no. 45)
Career statistics
Competition ODIs T20I FC List A
Matches 8 3 52 94
Runs scored 251 15 6,996 2,987
Batting average 31.38 15.00 NA 39.82
100s/50s 1/1 0/0 29/13 1/23
Top score 104* 15 334 104*
Balls bowled 126 2,273 1,321
Wickets 5 20 30
Bowling average 28.80 0.00 66.15 42.93
5 wickets in innings 0 0 0
10 wickets in match 0 0 n/a
Best bowling 4/61 2/38 4/61
Catches/stumpings 3/– 2/- 66/– 54/–
Source: CricInfo, 5 June 2014

Manoj Kumar Tiwary (born 14 November 1985) is an Indian cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman who bowls occasional leg break. He represents Bengal in domestic cricket and played for Kings XI Punjab in the IPL. He has represented the Indian national cricket team in the One Day International format of the game.

Career[edit]

He's an aggressive right-handed batsman and has gained attention from selectors and fans through his strokeplay and high runs scoring in Indian domestic cricket. Because of his front foot play and ability to attack the bowler by charging down the pitch, many have compared his batting style to England's Kevin Pietersen.

Tiwary was named in the ODI squad to Bangladesh, however he failed to make the playing eleven after sustaining an injury in training, the morning he was supposed to debut. He eventually made his debut against Australia in the 2007–08 Commonwealth Bank 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, who opted out of the series due to a lung infection. Manoj Tiwary played the 4th and 5th ODI in the series. He later got picked for England's tour of India in October. He played in the 5th ODI and got 24 runs. He also played the only T20 and scored 15 runs. Tiwary was subsequently named in the squad for the ODI's against West Indies in November–December. He played in the 5th ODI at Chennai when India was down by 2 wickets for only 1 run in the very first over of the match. He then went on build a solid innings which got him his scoring maiden ODI century (104 not out) despite having cramps and retired soon after getting his century.[1] Eventually India won the match by 34 runs and he was awarded the Man-Of-The-Match for this match-winning knock. Even after the unbeaten century, Tiwary was made to sit in the reserves for 14 successive matches following the century. However, 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. He took the wickets of Dinesh Chandimal, Angelo Mathews, Jeevan Mendis and Thisara Perera, and followed it with a fighting 21 from 38 at a tough time coming at 60/3. India eventually won the match as Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten ton.

Tiwary also was picked for the Commonwealth Bank tri-series against Australia and Sri Lanka,but he didn't play any matches. Manoj Tiwary was again selected in the Indian team for the Asia Cup 2012 where again he didn't play any matches. Tiwary was also selected for the lone T20 against South Africa which was played celebrating 150 years of settlement of Indians in South Africa.

In October 2017, he played in his 100th first-class cricket match, in the fixture between Bengal and Chhattisgarh in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy.[2]

He was the leading run-scorer for Bengal in the 2018–19 Vijay Hazare Trophy, with 366 runs in nine matches.[3] In October 2018, he was named in India B's squad for the 2018–19 Deodhar Trophy.[4] In November 2018, batting for Bengal against Madhya Pradesh in the 2018–19 Ranji Trophy, he scored his fifth double-century in first-class cricket.[5]

Indian Premier League[edit]

Tiwary was signed by the Delhi Daredevils for a sum of US$675,000 in the initial seasons of the Indian Premier League . He was traded to the Kolkata Knight Riders in exchange for Moises Henriques before the 2010 IPL season. In the auction for 4th edition of the Indian Premier League, he was signed by the Kolkata Knight Riders for a sum of US$475,000.

In the fourth as well as the fifth season of the IPL, he has been a permanent fixture in the Kolkata Knight Riders middle order.

In the final of IPL 2012, Manoj Tiwary hit the winning runs off the bowling of Dwayne Bravo to help Kolkata Knight Riders win the title.

In IPL 2013, he played in 10 matches and scored just 146 runs at an average of 18.25.

In February 2017, he was bought by the Rising Pune Supergiants team for the 2017 Indian Premier League for 50 lakhs.[6] In January 2018, he was bought by the Kings XI Punjab in the 2018 IPL auction.[7]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ 5th ODI: India v West Indies at Chennai, Dec 11, 2011 | Cricket Scorecard. ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved on 2013-12-23.
  2. ^ "Satish, Ramaswamy hundreds punish Punjab". ESPN Cricinfo. 15 October 2017. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  3. ^ "Vijay Hazare Trophy, 2016/17 - Bengal: Batting and bowling averages". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 11 October 2018.
  4. ^ "Rahane, Ashwin and Karthik to play Deodhar Trophy". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 19 October 2018.
  5. ^ "Ranji Trophy 2018: Manoj Tiwary smashes 201 not out against Madhya Pradesh". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 13 November 2018.
  6. ^ "List of players sold and unsold at IPL auction 2017". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  7. ^ "List of sold and unsold players". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 27 January 2018.

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