Mayank Anurag Agarwal is a professional cricket player born in 1991 in Bangalore. The major teams that he has been a part of include Karnataka under 19s, India under 19s and Royal Challengers Bangalore team. This right hand batsman major role is that of a batsman. He has been retained by the Royal Challengers Bangalore team for playing at the IPL 5 season.
Mayank has played in 21 Twenty20 matches, scoring 390 runs, with his highest score being 42. He made an average of 22.00 and a strike rate 95.65. He made his Twenty20 debut in 2010 against Goa cricket team in Hyderabad.
In 2008-09, Agarwal scored 432 runs at an average of 54 in 5 matches in the under 19 Cooch Behar Trophy. In 2009, he toured Australia with the under 19 side and made 160 scores. This consistent performer for the Karnataka team in 2010-11, scored 166 runs at a strike rate of 139.49. In 2010, he was awarded the Man of the Series in the Karnataka Premier League, making the only century of the match. In 2011, he got selected to play for the Bangalore Royal Challengers IPL team.
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