Made his T20I debut against Australia in Adelaide in January 2016. Playing in his first ICC WT20.
Ended as the top run-scorer in the 2016 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy with 377 runs as well as taking 10 wickets.
His successive unbeaten innings of 81 against Delhi and 86 against Vidarbha ensured Baroda reached the final.
Ended with figures of 2-37 on his international debut, taking the wickets of Chris Lynn and Matthew Wade.