IND vs AUS: Punjab player entered the field to play the match against Team India, read how Australia gave entry

India vs Australia, Tanveer Sangha: In the last match of the 3-match ODI series being played between India and Australia, Indian-origin leg spinner Tanveer Sangha will also be included in the playing 11 of the Australian team. Got a chance to. Tanveer’s family is from Punjab state of India. The credit for including Sangha in the Australian team also goes to former spinner Fawad Ahmed.

Tanveer Sangha lived in the south-western suburbs of Sydney and started his cricket career as a fast bowler, but later he decided to become a leg spinner after recognizing his talent. Sangha got a chance to play for the New South Wales Blues team at the age of 18. After this he was selected for the Sydney Thunder team in the Australian T20 League Big Bash.

Tanveer got a place in the Australian team for the Under-19 World Cup played in South Africa in the year 2020. In this event, Tanveer took 24 wickets in 11 matches. Tanveer’s career took off from here. them In the year 2023, he got a chance to debut in international cricket with the main team of Australia. If we talk about Tanveer Sangha’s family, his father Joga Sangha is a taxi driver in Sydney. Tanveer’s mother Upneet works as an accountant in Sydney.

Tanveer Sangha took 4 wickets in his debut international T20 match. Along with this, he was the bowler who had the second best performance with the ball on debut in a T20 International match for Australia. Before Tanveer, in the year 2005, fast bowler Michael Kasprowicz had taken four wickets for 29 runs in the first match.

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