Cricket, sometimes known as a gentleman’s game, is much more than simply a game, it is a passion that unites people from all over the world and captures people’s attention. The friendship and sportsmanship shown by players on and off the field is one of cricket’s most charming features.
Jitesh Sharma who is a batsman for the Punjab Kings recently stated that he would be glad to bat even at number 11 for India. This perfectly captures the spirit of the game by showing selflessness, team loyalty and the commitment to serve without regard to personal gain.
Jitesh has established a reputation for himself with Punjab Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2022 and 2023. He has 543 runs for PBKS in just 26 games at an average of 25.86 and a strike rate of 159.24. Besides, his highest individual score for Punjab is around 49. Sanju Samson’s injury forced Jitesh sharma to receive his first call-up to the national team during the T20I series against Sri Lanka earlier this year. He did although engage in any games after which he had a strong IPL 2023 season and scored 309 runs in 14 matches.
According to Punjab Kings wicketkeeper-batsman Jitesh Sharma, the Indian team's locker room exudes professionalism and maturity. He also remarked that if he were chosen to play, he would be content to bat even at position number 11 for the team India. Also, with his performance with Punjab Kings in the IPL in 2022-2023 Jitesh established a reputation for himself.
His Punjab score of 49 is his personal best score in IPL. Although he did not get to play in T20I against Sri Lanka, he had a strong 2023 IPL season where he scored 309 runs in 14 matches with a strike rate of 156.06 and an average of 23.77.
In an interview with ESPNCricinfo, he stated that he has played against practically all of the Indian team players in domestic matches whether it is Surya Yadav, Hardik Pandya or someone else. But as he reflects on his time in the dressing room he sees that there is a lot of professionalism and maturity in him there. He further said that they already understood what kind of player he was and what position he played.
Also, there was an air of maturity about them and it appeared that they felt there was little need to provide games with extensive feedback. Even the captain and the coaches freely discussed my shortcomings with me, he continued. The wicketkeeper-batter claimed that he discussed keeping a good strike rate with head coach Rahul Dravid.
Jitesh Sharma’s match statement perfectly captures the essence of cricket, a game that transcends individual triumph and places an emphasis on team success. His willingness to bat at number 11 for the Indian team shows not only that he is up for a challenge. Jitesh Sharma’s attitude is a welcome reminder of the qualities that cricket instils which are teamwork, sportsmanship and a passion for the game that transcends individual records.
What is the run rate of Jitesh Sharma?
Jitesh Sharma ended the 2022 season with a total run of In 2022, he made 543 at an average of 25.86 runs per game.
What are Jitesh Sharma's batting stats?
In 2022, he made his IPL debut and played around 26 games in the IPL so far and passed 543 runs at an average of 25.86 runs per game.