Hbd robin uthappa played only 13 t20i matches for team india but won t20 world cup title

New Delhi. Robin Uthappa is celebrating his 36th birthday today. Even though he is running out of Team India today, he was instrumental in bringing the team to victory in the 2007 T20 World Cup. In the League Round, Team India defeated Pakistan in the ball-out. Then Uthappa also bowled and hit the ball on the wicket. In the IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) final, he also played an important innings from CSK and made the team champion for the fourth time.

Rabin Uthappa had an international debut in April 2006. In the ODI match against England at Indore, he played 86 runs as an opener. Thanks to this, the team was able to win the match. He scored 43 runs from India in 6 ODIs with the support of 934. Also scored 13 by dint of a half-century in the 20 t249 international.

T20 World Cup debut

Karnataka’s Robin Uthappa made his T20 international debut at the T20 World Cup in 2007. He had already scored an impressive 50 runs against Pakistan in the first match he played in Durban. After the tie, the team won in the ball out. He played the final international match in July 2015. Speaking of his overall T20 career, he has scored 279 runs in 7042 matches. 40 is imposed half-century.

Have also won 2 IPL titles
Rabin Uthappa has also won 2 IPL titles. In 2014, he won the title with a great performance on behalf of the KKR. Uthappa then grabbed the Orange Cap with 660 runs. He had inlaid 5 fifties during this time. He championed CSK in the current IPL season. In the final, he played an aggressive innings of 15 runs on 31 balls. In the 2011 IPL season, Pune bought him for Rs 9.4 crore. Then he became the second most expensive player in auction selling.

In terms of Robin Uthappa’s first-class career, he has scored 142 runs in 41 matches at an average of 9446. Have planted 22 centuries and 52 half centuries. Apart from this, the fast bowler also has 12 wickets. In List a 203 match, he scored 6534 runs. Have planted 16 centuries and 33 half centuries.

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