Manjot Kalra IPL 2018 DD: Wiki, Biography, Age, Sex, Stats, Performance, Team
Manjot Kalra is an Indian cricketer. He was the part of 2018 Under-19 cricket world cup of Indian Under-19 cricket team. Kalra is a left-handed opening batsman. He is another Delhi boy who played a much-needed innings in Under-19 world cup after present Indian Skipper Virat Kohli. He also played for DDCA.
Kalra’s 101 not out helped India hammer Australia by eight wickets at Mount Maunganui as the Indian Colts continued their rampant run in the tournament to lift the trophy. He faced 102 balls and clobbered eight fours and three sixes to help India win the contest.
His quick hands, ability to pierce the gaps ferociously and not being subdued in the pressure situations gave an example of a fine batsman in making who was embarrassingly asked to once again to undergo age verification test by his home board, Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) despite BCCI’s clearance.
Full Name – Manjot Kalra
Born – January 15, 1999
Age – 19 years
Sex – Male
Major teams – Delhi Under-19, India Under-19
Playing role – opening batsman
Batting style – Left-hand bat
Bowling style – Right-arm bowler
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Facts You Should Know About Manjot Karla
He scored a century in his debut game for the Under team against England. In the first match of the Under-19 world cup, Manjot scored 86 runs against Australia on January 14. He added over 100 runs for the first wicket with Prithvi Shaw.
After failing in some matches he scored 47 runs against Pakistan in the semi-final.