Made his T20I debut against Sri Lanka in Nagpur in December 2009. Playing in his second ICC WT20.
India’s leading wicket-taker in the ICC WT20 2010 in the Caribbean with 10 wickets in five matches.
His figures of 6-23 against England in Durban in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 remains India’s best in the competition’s history.
Part of the India squad which won ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, but missed out on the final due to a broken finger.