Sanjay Bangar can be described as a go-getting all-rounder who plays the role of a batsman as well as a bowler for Railways; as far as Ranji Trophy is concerned. He has, in fact, proved to be extremely lucky for India, winning 5 and drawing 1 of his 6 test matches, inclusive of 3 overseas winnings. Sanjay had to remain away from cricket due to an untimely injury, but returned with a bang! This can be grasped from the fact that he scored a century against Zimbabwe in 2nd test. Victory of India over England in 2002 should be credited to Sanjay Bangar. He was signed by Hyderabad Deccan Chargers in the year 2008 (for IPL).
Sanjay Bangar debuted in One Day Internationals on 25th of January, 2002 against England; wherein India had won by 4 wickets with 20 balls to spare. He could pick up a wicket in this game.
Sanjay has played 15 One Day Internationals so far. 180 runs were scored in these games. ’57 not out’ has been his highest score. In 12 Test Matches, he has scored 470 runs with ‘100 not out’ being the highest score. 7 wickets have been picked up; in Tests as well as ODIs.