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RP Singh’s Son Is Not Selected In England U-19 Team, Here’s The Actual Truth Behind Viral News

Former Indian cricketer RP Singh has been one of the vital contributors to the national cricket team during his playing days. The left-arm pacer was part of the team that lifted ICC T20 World Cup 2007 in South Africa.

The southpaw has represented the Indian cricket team in 14 Tests, 58 ODIs and 10 T20Is. He has accounted for 40 dismissals in the purest format of the game.

Besides that, he has taken 69 wickets in 58 ODIs. He took 15 wickets in the shortest format of the game. Apart from that, he has played 82 games in the IPL wherein he took 90 wickets to his name.

RP Singh was known for his ability to take wickets in the powerplay overs. The opposition opening batters often fall prey to his bowling masterclass.

RP Singh's Son Is Not Selected In England U-19 Team, Here's The Actual Truth Behind Viral News
RP Singh’s Son Is Not Selected In England U-19 Team, Here’s The Actual Truth Behind Viral News

The former left-arm fast bowler finished the tournament as the second highest wicket-taker with 12 wickets from seven games. He hogged the limelight for his 3/26 in the final against Pakistan in ICC T20 WC 2007.

READ MORE: Former Australian Spinner Brad Hogg Reckons Players Skipping National Duty For T20 Leagues Will Become A Big Issue

Did RP Singh son get selected for England’s U-19 team?

Meanwhile, news spread like wildfire after RP Singh’s son made it to the Junior English team. In fact, the youngster by the name of Harry Singh was selected for the U19 England team.

Although the news of Harry Singh getting selected is true, one must know that he isn’t the son of RP Singh. Yes, you read it right!

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In fact, he is the son of 57-year-old ex-Indian bowling all-rounder RP Singh’s senior who played for the country in 2 ODIs back in 1986.

Meanwhile, the utter confusion around the news came just because RP Singh (who helped India win the 2007 T20 World Cup) and RP Singh (senior) who played 2 ODIs for India in 1986) both share the same name.

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Notably, both of them were left-arm pace bowlers. Coming to the point, Harry Singh, the son of RP Singh senior is a right-handed batter. He opens for Lancashire 2nd XI.

Former Indian cricketer RP Singh has been one of the vital contributors to the national cricket team during his playing days. The left-arm pacer was part of the team that lifted ICC T20 World Cup 2007 in South Africa.

The southpaw has represented the Indian cricket team in 14 Tests, 58 ODIs and 10 T20Is. He has accounted for 40 dismissals in the purest format of the game.

Besides that, he has taken 69 wickets in 58 ODIs. He took 15 wickets in the shortest format of the game. Apart from that, he has played 82 games in the IPL wherein he took 90 wickets to his name.

RP Singh was known for his ability to take wickets in the powerplay overs. The opposition opening batters often fall prey to his bowling masterclass.

RP Singh's Son Is Not Selected In England U-19 Team, Here's The Actual Truth Behind Viral News
RP Singh’s Son Is Not Selected In England U-19 Team, Here’s The Actual Truth Behind Viral News

The former left-arm fast bowler finished the tournament as the second highest wicket-taker with 12 wickets from seven games. He hogged the limelight for his 3/26 in the final against Pakistan in ICC T20 WC 2007.

READ MORE: Former Australian Spinner Brad Hogg Reckons Players Skipping National Duty For T20 Leagues Will Become A Big Issue

Did RP Singh son get selected for England’s U-19 team?

Meanwhile, news spread like wildfire after RP Singh’s son made it to the Junior English team. In fact, the youngster by the name of Harry Singh was selected for the U19 England team.

Although the news of Harry Singh getting selected is true, one must know that he isn’t the son of RP Singh. Yes, you read it right!

In fact, he is the son of 57-year-old ex-Indian bowling all-rounder RP Singh’s senior who played for the country in 2 ODIs back in 1986.

Meanwhile, the utter confusion around the news came just because RP Singh (who helped India win the 2007 T20 World Cup) and RP Singh (senior) who played 2 ODIs for India in 1986) both share the same name.

Notably, both of them were left-arm pace bowlers. Coming to the point, Harry Singh, the son of RP Singh senior is a right-handed batter. He opens for Lancashire 2nd XI.

Former Indian cricketer RP Singh has been one of the vital contributors to the national cricket team during his playing days. The left-arm pacer was part of the team that lifted ICC T20 World Cup 2007 in South Africa.

The southpaw has represented the Indian cricket team in 14 Tests, 58 ODIs and 10 T20Is. He has accounted for 40 dismissals in the purest format of the game.

Besides that, he has taken 69 wickets in 58 ODIs. He took 15 wickets in the shortest format of the game. Apart from that, he has played 82 games in the IPL wherein he took 90 wickets to his name.

RP Singh was known for his ability to take wickets in the powerplay overs. The opposition opening batters often fall prey to his bowling masterclass.

RP Singh's Son Is Not Selected In England U-19 Team, Here's The Actual Truth Behind Viral News
RP Singh’s Son Is Not Selected In England U-19 Team, Here’s The Actual Truth Behind Viral News

The former left-arm fast bowler finished the tournament as the second highest wicket-taker with 12 wickets from seven games. He hogged the limelight for his 3/26 in the final against Pakistan in ICC T20 WC 2007.

READ MORE: Former Australian Spinner Brad Hogg Reckons Players Skipping National Duty For T20 Leagues Will Become A Big Issue

Did RP Singh son get selected for England’s U-19 team?

Meanwhile, news spread like wildfire after RP Singh’s son made it to the Junior English team. In fact, the youngster by the name of Harry Singh was selected for the U19 England team.

Although the news of Harry Singh getting selected is true, one must know that he isn’t the son of RP Singh. Yes, you read it right!

In fact, he is the son of 57-year-old ex-Indian bowling all-rounder RP Singh’s senior who played for the country in 2 ODIs back in 1986.

Meanwhile, the utter confusion around the news came just because RP Singh (who helped India win the 2007 T20 World Cup) and RP Singh (senior) who played 2 ODIs for India in 1986) both share the same name.

Notably, both of them were left-arm pace bowlers. Coming to the point, Harry Singh, the son of RP Singh senior is a right-handed batter. He opens for Lancashire 2nd XI.

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