Rachin Ravindra smashed Hundred on World Cup debut

Rachin Ravindra

Rachin Ravindra makes maiden hundred against England Men’s Cricket team on his ODI World Cup debut match. First match of World Cup 2023 was playing between England and New Zealand. New Zealand won this match by 9 wickets.

Rachin Ravindra, a name you heard for the first time when he he made his Test debut in India against India in November 2021, is now a bonafide white-ball player for New Zealand, now making his World Cup debut.

Ravindra, who played at No. 3 against England in the World Cup 2023 opener in Ahmedabad smashed a 36-ball fifty giving the Jos Buttler-led side a taste of their own medicine after having taken the big wicket of Harry Brook.

Rachin Ravindra

About Rachin Ravindra

23 years old Ravindra was born born 18 November 1999 at Wellington, New Zealand.

Birth: 18 Nov 1999
Birth Place: Wellington
Height: 5 Ft 11 In
Nationality: New Zealander

Born to Indian parents in Wellington, Rachin Ravindra is an attacking left-hand batter who can also bowl some quality left-arm spin. Thanks to his all-round skills, he was identified as a special talent in the domestic circuit and got ample opportunities with the U-19 and New Zealand A side, before making bigger and better strides. With a healthy strike rate of around 100 in the shorter formats, Rachin usually plays at the top of the order for Wellington and is known for his attacking channels with the ball. (See Rachin Ravindra Full Profile)

When Ravindra makes his ODI Debut?

He makes his debut against Sri Lanka on 25 March 2023

Ravindra career role style

Role: Batting Allrounder
Batting Style: Left Handed Bat
Bowling Style: Left-arm orthodox


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