Cricket career of Bipul Sharma, Kings XI Punjab Player for IPL 4 Season


This article is about the member of Kings XI Punjab Team in IPL season 4. He is a young cricketer born in Amritsar Punjab and also participated in ICL. Read this article to know more about Bipul Sharma.

Bipul Sharma is a young man born in Amritsar, Punjab on 28 September, 1983 and emerged as a talented cricketer and he has proved his talent in Domestic Cricket and now is the part of Kings XI Punjab Team in IPL (Indian Premiere League) Season 4.

Career of Bipul Sharma, Kings XI Punjab Player for IPL 4 Season


This man has started his cricket career by Playing a List A Match in 2003-04 domestic season as an outstanding allrounder. Soon he gets chance to debut in First Class Cricket against Uttar Pradesh Team in Ranji Trophy 2005-06 Season. In that match he played an innings of 62 runs and also took 2 wickets just for 32 runs. But after that he didn't appear in longer version of Cricket due to his involvement in ICL (Indian Cricket League).

But in 2010 he again come back to the Indian Domestic Cricket and played some good cricket and now got selected in the IPL 4 tournament for Kings XI Punjab. He is more capable of hitting the ball and also a good left arm slow bowler.

Records and Statistics of Bipul Sharma, Kings XI Punjab Player for IPL 4 Season


Bipul Sharma has not played for couple of years in Indian Domestic Cricket due to ICL, so he has very few number of Matches in his account, but his record is impressive.
Batting
In First Class Cricket: 5 Matches, 7 Innings, 259 Runs, Average 43.16, 3 Half Centuries
In Least A Cricket: 42 Matches, 25 Innings, 517 Runs, Average 30.41, 3 Half Centuries
In Twenty-20 Cricket: 23 Matches, 18 Innings, 293 Runs, Average 29.30, 1 Half Century

Bowling
In First Class Cricket: 5 Matches, 7 Wickets, Average 35.14
In Least A Cricket: 42 Matches, 46 Wickets, Average 27.14
In Twenty-20 Cricket: 23 Matches, 14 Wickets, Average 24.71


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