Yusuf Pathan: The roar of the bat whose ring resonated in the sky

Yusuf Pathan, one of India's leading cricketers, is known for his aggressive and explosive batting. The skipper, who started his career in the final of the T20 World Cup, put up many matches for India with a stroke. The Baroda player made his mark in the IPL for several years. Keep up. Yusuf's younger brother Irfan Pathan is also an international cricketer. He is also named among the best fast bowlers in India. The life story of this talented player is as interesting as his batting. He has seen a lot of ups and downs in his life.




Yusuf Pathan was born on November 17, 1982, in Barodoh city, Gujarat. His father was a mosque at a mosque in Baroda. His father is a religious and compassionate personality. Joseph was interested in cricket since childhood. Both brothers played cricket in a field near the mosque. Joseph's parents wanted their two sons to be religious. The two brothers kept their parents' advice on their eyes. The passion and interest of cricket within these two brothers was insane. It was not as if both sons had become disobedient to religion. Along with religion, he turned his attention to cricket. Initially, the family did not receive any financial support from his family, but his interest in and dedication to Joseph's game allowed his father to become a cricketer.

Being a middle-class family, his childhood was almost in poverty. It would have been difficult for them to buy the necessary supplies related to cricket. Despite all this, he continued his interest in cricket and practicing cricket, and he began to pay attention to the nuances of the game. Seeing his practice and dedication, his hard work brought him color and its fruits together. Stay. The day also came when he was selected in the under-16 squad of Baroda. After this election, he never looked back.

He performed well in the Under-16s and as a result he was added to the U-19 team. And he also had the opportunity to lead the team. By virtue of his outstanding performances, Yusuf solidified his place in the Baroda Energy team in the year 02-2001, and thanks to his consistently excellent and outstanding performance, he was selected in India's T20 squad, the world's first T20 in South Africa. Was about to play in the world cup Yousef did not get a chance to play in the middle of the tournament but was added to the team in the final. Cricket fans still remember the sixes that Yusuf struck in the beginning of the innings in this match with Pakistan.

Yusuf represented the Rajasthan Royals in the first IPL (Indian Premier League) in 2008, shortly after the World Cup. His performance in this first IPL season was excellent and he aggressively pushed his way to the entire tournament. Who can forget about his aggressive century against Mumbai Indians this season? In this match, Yusuf flies the Mumbai Indians top bowlers. Made the tournament his name Yusuf Pathan was awarded Man of the Match. Thanks to his excellent IPL performance, Joseph has found a permanent place in India's T20 and ODI squad.

Yusuf Pathan made his first international half-century against England in the career of Windy International on November 17, 2009, on his birthday. Yusuf showed his talent to the world by making just half a century in just 29 balls. In 2009, Yusuf gave India an exciting win in Sri Lanka against Sri Lanka in the T20s played in Colombo with his brother Irfan Pathan. Yusuf-Irfan duo put together the best bat to tackle the crisis and gave India a win. It proved to be a great match for the audience.

The year 2010 proved to be an important year for Joseph's cricketer career. This year, in the final of the Duleep Trophy, Yusuf made history by batting brilliantly. He scored a brilliant century in the first innings and scored 210 off 190 balls in the second innings. Yusuf Pathan scored his first international cricket century against New Zealand and won the Man of the Match title. The match went hand in hand for India at one time, but Yusuf managed to keep his team from winning the match by scoring 123 runs off just 96 balls.

The following year, in a one-day international series, Joseph played the best innings of his career. Despite their excellent innings, India lost the match and Joseph's batting was praised worldwide for the innings. Yusuf Pathan was a member of India's 2011 World Cup winning team. But in this tournament, Yousuf could not offer any special performance which led to him being dropped from international and T20 matches. The match played against Pakistan on March 18, 2012 was the last of Yusuf's one-day career.

Yusuf Pathan scored 810 runs at an average of 27.0 in 57 matches in one-day international cricket matches between 12-2008. In the T20Is, he played 23 matches and scored 236 runs at an average of 18.1. In first class matches, he scored 4572 runs in 92 matches at an average of 35.4. Even if not a part of the team, the roar of Joseph's bat kept ringing. He won the IPL tournament in 2012 and 2014 representing Kolkata Knight Riders.

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