Nayan Mongia biography

Nayan Mongia    



Full name Nayan Ramlal Mongia
Born December 19, 1969, Baroda, Gujarat
Nayan Mongia
Nayan Mongia
Major teams India, Baroda
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper


Nayan Mongia is a former Indian cricketer. He played as a right-handed batsman and a wicketkeeper in team India.
his first toured England in 1990, he impressed Alan Knott, who claimed Mongia was a natural. Having spent many years as India's second wicketkeeper after Kiran More, Mongia first made it into the team in the mid-90s and was from then on the number one choice for wicketkeeper.
Mongia has a highest Test score of 152, which came against Australia.
he will probably be remembered more for off-the-field controversies. He was been dropped from the India team for apparently not trying to win a match, suspended after showing dissent at an umpiring decision, and banned after suspicions of being involved in the match-fixing crisis of the late 1990s. He retired at the end of 2004, after being left out by Baroda, his home state. 

 cricket career

Batting and fielding averages

List A21315045275510626.231917364

Bowling averages

List A213------------

Career statistics

Test debutIndia v Sri Lanka at Lucknow, Jan 18-22, 1994 scorecard
Last TestIndia v Australia at Kolkata, Mar 11-15, 2001 scorecard
ODI debutIndia v Sri Lanka at Rajkot, Feb 15, 1994 scorecard
Last ODIIndia v Pakistan at Dhaka, Jun 3, 2000 scorecard
First-class debut1989/90
Last First-classHyderabad (India) v Baroda at Hyderabad, Dec 4-7, 2004 scorecard
List A span1988-2003

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