Manvinder Bisla, the man who scripted the victory of KKR in IPL5 final
You need a trying condition to prove your mettle and it is the time to prove your potentials. Manvinder Bisla who scripted the victory of KKR in IPL5 final was just a like any other IPL player who have not played for national squad, and his performance in this IPL V was not impressive either. He had scored only 78 runs in his first five matches. But he catapulted his fate with his 89 run inning that guided the KKR to victory against the mighty Chennai Super Kings in IPL final. The main whose valiant inning decided the winner of the IPL plays for Himachal Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy and has played for three IPL franchises earlier. His best worth noting inning so far was 75 for Kings XI against RCB in IPL-III.
But Manvinder Bisla is not the man who lingers on her past instead he choose to prove his utility for the KKR. His 48 ball 89 run inning proved that you do not need to be an established name but you have to play good cricket on field to win the matches. Unperturbed by the pressure of the final, Bisla maintained his calm and showed aggression with his willow to script first ever win for KKR in IPL.
A brief profile of Manvinder Bisla would help you know this IPL five sensation. He was born on 27 December 1984 in Hisar Haryana and he is a wicketkeeper batsmen. He has studied at DAV Faridabad and later Hindu College Delhi. He made his debut in Ranji Trophy for his home state Haryana. Later he moved to Himachal Pradesh Ranji Team.
Manvinder Bisla is married to Arpita.
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