Punjab Kings (PBKS) wicketkeeper batter Prabhsimran Singh stunned one and all with his valiant and fighting knock against Delhi Capitals (DC) on Saturday. The Punjab batter while opening the innings for PBKS, scored his maiden IPL century, a 65-ball 103 on a tricky pitch. It was for Prabhsimran’s knock that Punjab posted a fighting total which eventually helped them win a crucial game.
Prabhsimran was orchestrating the innings while wickets kept falling from the other end. The wicketkeeper batter eventually fell to Mukesh Kumar who cleaned the batter up. Nevertheless, he had done his job very well and put PBKS in a commanding position.
With Prabhsimran Singh shining for his team, fans jumped on their feet and started searching for every detail about the rising star. So, don’t bother going anywhere else, here is everything you need to know about Prabhsimran Singh.
First Class debut against Himachal on 17 February 2022
List A debut against Afghanistan Emerging on 07 December 2018
T20 debut against Madhya Pradesh on 21 February 2019
689 runs in 11 matches at an average of 49.21 in First Class
664 runs in 24 matches at an average of 31.61 and at a strike rate of 90.34 in List A cricket
1387 runs in 52 matches at an average of 33.02 and at a strike rate of 140.10 in T20 cricket
398 runs in 18 matches at an average of 22.11 and at a strike rate of 140.64 in IPL
Prabhsimran opens up on his knock
The wicketkeeper batter also talked about his valiant knock after the PBKS innings. Prabhsimran said that he wanted to capitalize on the loose balls.
“I thought to take time and pounce on the loose ball to convert. As I started the season, I wanted to make it a good season. Pitch was tough for batting but it was easier for the set batsman. Even in domestic cricket, this is how I celebrate. The celebration was saying thanks to the management. On this wicket, playing the pace bowlers was easy and the balls were in my slot. We were thinking about 170 and we got close to it,” he said.
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