Vikramjit Singh, who left India at the age of 7 and played for this country, scored his first ODI century at the age of 20.
World Cup Qualifiers 2023: Netherlands opener Vikramjit Singh scored a century against Oman in the fifth match of the Super Six of the ICC World Cup Qualifier 2023. This was the first century of Vikramjeet Singh’s ODI career and on the basis of his innings, his team scored a big score of 362 for 7 wickets in front of Oman in the first innings.
At the age of 20, Vikramjeet scored his first century in ODIs.
Vikramjit Singh scored the first century of his ODI cricket career at the age of 20 years 175 days. He gave his team a very good start against Oman and shared a century partnership of 117 runs for the first wicket. He also made a half-century partnership for the second wicket, but after that he was dismissed after scoring 110 runs. He played this inning in this match facing 109 balls with the help of 2 sixes and 9 fours. At the same time, in ODI cricket, after 22 matches i.e. in his 23rd match, he did a wonderful job of scoring a century. He has played 23 matches in his ODI career so far, scoring 755 runs at an average of 32.82, which includes one century and 5 half-centuries. At the same time, his innings against Oman was his best score till date in this format.
Vikramjit went from India to Netherlands in 7 years
Vikramjeet Singh was born on 9 January 2003 in Cheemakhurd, Punjab. He shifted to the Netherlands at the age of 7 and at the age of just 15, he made his international debut for the Netherlands. He made his T20 debut for the Netherlands on 19 September 2019 against Ireland. And on June 20, 2022, he made his ODI debut against New Zealand. Earlier, he played his first List A cricket for Netherlands on 11 May 2021. Vikramjeet Singh is a batting all-rounder and bowls fast as well as bats right-handed. He has also taken 5 wickets in ODI cricket so far.