ICC U19 WC: Know your future stars | Himangshu Rana

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Himangshu Rana’s batting will be the key for India in ICC U19 WC. Image Source: BCCI

Internet Desk: ICC U-19 World Cup has given a lot of new talents to world who has done tremendously well in the senior level. Players like Virat Kohli, Kane Williamson, Brain Lara, Inzamam-ul-Haq and Sanath Jayasuriya came in to the limelight by playing really well in this mega event.

www.xtratime.in will let you know everything about the each individual who will wear the blue jersey in the upcoming World Cup which is set to start from January 13, 2018. The U19 colts will face Australia in their opening game which will start from January 14.

Today we will discuss about Himangshu Rana who is basically an opening batsman, and represented Haryana and the Indian U19 Indian team.

Himangsu opens batting with Prithvi Shaw in the U19 Indian team. He is one of the most experienced members of the team. Rana made his debut for Haryana when he was just 16. He has played 15 first class games and 12 limited over games for his state.

He is a very good timer of the ball and scored 792 in 15 matches for Haryana in the first class format. He also scored 172 runs in 10 innings at an average of 20. His role is very much important for this team.

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