Cricketers who made their debut for India in 2022

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The Cricket scheduling is intense and matches are played continuously throughout the year. With the T20 World Cup held last month, many senior players were rested from ODIs which resulted in youngsters making a debut for the country. Here are the players who made their international debut for India in 2022:

Deepak Hooda

Deepak Hooda made his international debut on 6th February in India against West Indies in the ODIs. He made his T20I debut against the same opponent later that month on 24th February. India is looking for all-rounders, who can contribute with bat and ball, with Hooda being a perfect candidate for that role. 

Avesh Khan

The tall lanky fast bowler from Madhya Pradesh made his international debut on 20th February against West Indies in India. Later this year on 24th July, he made his ODI debut against the same opponent in the Caribbean Islands.

Umran Malik

Umran Malik impressed everyone with his sheer pace and ability to bowl over 150kph on a consistent basis. On June 26 in Ireland, he made his debut for the national team in a T20 match. Five months later, on November 25 of that same year, the 23-year-old gained his first ODI cap during the tour of New Zealand.

Arshdeep Singh

India is in a desperate search for a left-arm seamer since the retirement of Zaheer Khan. Arshdeep is an intelligent left armer who can swing the ball both ways and bowl well at the death. The 23-year-old made his T20I debut on July 7 in England and was given his ODI debut on November 25 against New Zealand. Like Umran Malik, he made his T20I debut in England.

Shahbaz Ahmed

The Bengal all-rounder had an excellent couple of domestic seasons and IPL. The 27-year-old finally made his international debut in an ODI against South Africa on October 9.

Kuldeep Sen

In the ongoing tour of Bangladesh, Kuldeep Sen made his international debut on 4th December against Bangladesh in the first ODI. The fast bowler can generate extra bounce and hurry batters with sheer pace.

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