Full name: Samit Rohit Patel
Born: November 30, 1984, Leicester
Current age: 35 years 52 days
Major teams: England, England Lions, England Under-19s, Islamabad United,
Marylebone Cricket Club, Melbourne Renegades, Nottinghamshire,
Rajshahi Kings, Lahore Qalandars Team.
National side: England
Playing role: Allrounder
Batting style: Right-hand bat
Bowling style: Slow left-arm orthodox
A left arm universal spinner and an assaulting lower center request batsman, Samit Patel had all it required to do well in
the constrained overs organization of the game. In his initial profession, he spoke to the England Under 15, Under 17 and Under 19 sides and was additionally granted the Test Match Special Young Cricketer of the Year grant in 2000, for his
great show in the under 15 World Cup. He showed up for Nottinghamshire’s second XI when he was only 14 and grew
up the positions at fast pace to be remembered for the fundamental side at 16 years old. From that point forward, he
proceeded to turn into a customary in the County side, in both top of the line and List A matches.
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Patel got his opportunity to speak to England’s ODI group in 2008 when he was picked to play against Scotland in August. Soon thereafter, he demonstrated looks at his ability with a Man of the Match execution against the meeting South
Africans at The Oval. He got 5 for 41 and scored 31 runs as England dominated the game and secured the arrangement. Nonetheless, his profession was unexpectedly obstructed by an expanding waistline as he was dropped for wellness
reasons in 2009. He was remembered for the 30 man probables for the 2009 T20 World Cup however neglected to make
it to the last squad as he was at this point to return to adequate shape.
With England seeing the 2011 World Cup in the sub-landmass, Samit Patel again came in the retribution as his style of
play fit the conditions. In an expectation that he would return to legitimate wellness, he was remembered for the 30-man probables. \”All we were stating was ‘get into sensible shape’. It didn’t need to be perfect,\” said England’s mentor, Andy Flower. Nonetheless, Patel by and by neglected to demonstrate his wellness and had to sit out of the squad. He came back
to the national squad after England’s exit from the World Cup and was a standard in the group since Sri Lanka’s voyage through England in June, 2011. He played a couple ODIs against India at home and furthermore made a trip to India and
was completely part of the 5-coordinate ODI arrangement doing genuinely well. Be that as it may, he was in and out of the
side before long. He got his Test achievement during England’s voyage through Sri Lanka in 2012 and included in both
the games. He came back to the side again for the voyage through India to play every one of the three arrangements as
the selectors confided in his turn to turn out in the sub-mainland conditions.
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He played the initial three Test coordinates in Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Kolkata individually yet was let well enough alone
for the side for the Nagpur-leg before both the T20Is and the whole 5-coordinate ODI arrangement. Absence of execution constrained the selectors to chop out him out of the side and never played an ODI since the one against India at
Dharamsala. Notwithstanding, he went to New Zealand several months after the fact and included in a few T20 yet has
from that point forward been out and about.
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Patel spent a declining 2014 season with the bat, and the story proceeded in 2015, just for him to get an unexpected call-up
to the Test side for an arrangement against Pakistan in UAE. He included in the third and last Test at Sharjah, which
Pakistan won, and Patel has never played Test cricket from that point onward.
He, however, has had a significant profession as far back as the Nottinghamshire all-rounder. He was instrumental in Nottinghamshire guaranteeing a white-balls twofold and a Division One advancement in the 2017 season. He scored 539
runs and took 9 wickets in the Royal London One-Day Cup and gathered 405 runs and guaranteed 16 wickets in the
NatWest T20 Blast, hence properly proceeding to win the esteemed PCA Most Valuable Player grant that finished a
30-year trust that a Notts player will have the respect.
Batting and fielding averages
|Batting & |
|Batting & Bowling||Team||Opposition||Ground||Date||Scorecard|
|0/38, 0*||Melb Reneg||v Hurricanes||Melbourne (Docklands)||21-01-2020||T20|
|23*, 2/22||Melb Reneg||v Heat||Brisbane||19-01-2020||T20|
|1/23||Melb Reneg||v Syd Thunder||Canberra||15-01-2020||T20|
|1/26, 8||Melb Reneg||v Strikers||Adelaide||12-01-2020||T20|
|1*, 1/21||Melb Reneg||v Melb Stars||Melbourne (Docklands)||10-01-2020||T20|
|2*, 0/35||Melb Reneg||v Scorchers||Geelong||7-01-2020||T20|
|1/24||Qalandars||v Bangla Tiger||Abu Dhabi||24-11-2019||Other OD|
|3/26||Qalandars||v Gladiators||Abu Dhabi||23-11-2019||Other OD|
|1/6||Qalandars||v Arabians||Abu Dhabi||17-11-2019||Other OD|