Oman’s Jatinder Singh is in the news for his explosive innings against Papua New Guinea (PNG) in the ICC T20 World Cup group stage match. He scored 73 off 42 balls with the help of seven fours and four sixes and led his team to a 10-wicket victory over PNG.
Jatinder Singh also became the first Oman batsman to score a half-century in the Twenty20 World Cup. Let us know who Jatinder Singh is. Jatinder Singh was born in Ludhiana, Punjab.
But he moved to Oman with his family in 2003 and has been part of Oman’s under-19 cricket team, representing the same team at the World Cup.
Jatinder’s father works in the Oman Police. Jatinder has 3 brothers. His younger brother Jaspreet Singh also plays cricket. Jatinder Singh made his debut for Oman in 2012. He has also scored 770 runs in 29 Twenty20 matches and has an unbeaten 73 in T20I.
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