Prasidh Krishna joins Team Rario

The highlights of Prasidh Krishna's career will be availed to cricket enthusiasts at the Rario Marketplace in the form of NFTs.

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One of India’s upcoming pace bowling talent, Prasidh Krishna has joined team Rario, the first cricket-based digital collectibles platform. The highlights from his cricketing career will be availed to cricket enthusiasts at the Rario Marketplace in the form of NFTs (non-fungibles tokens). These collectibles enshrine players’ historic achievements, providing fans with the chance to have exclusive ownership of their favourite memories of cricketers in a credible and materialistic way.

Some of the other Indians to join Rario are former India fast bowler Zaheer Khan, former opening batter Virender Sehwag, all-rounder Axar Patel, wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant, and established Indian Test batter Cheteshwar Pujara. Rising Indian batter Ruturaj Gaikwad, and renowned India Women’s opening batters Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Varma are also associated with Rario. And the list continues with star Indian players such as Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Dinesh Karthik, Mohammed Siraj, Ishant Sharma and emerging star Venkatesh Iyer.

Let us have a look at Prasidh Krishna’s records

Prasidh made his India debut on March 23, 2021, against England in Pune, and had an impressive first game, picking up four wickets. He has played 14 ODIs overall and has taken 25 wickets with an economy rate of 5.32, strike rate of 26.9, and best figures of four for 12. 

Prasidh also has an impressive List A record, taking 109 wickets in 64 matches with an economy rate of 5.16 and best figures of six for 33. In the first class circuit, he has 49 wickets in 11 matches at a staggering average of 17.61 and best match figures of 10 for 94. From pace to swing to seam to hitting the deck, he has got all the key characteristics of a pace bowler.

Prasidh has also been one of the regular starters in the India playing XI in recent times, appearing in the previous ODI series in Zimbabwe, West Indies and England, in pace bowling attack with Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami. And he is also making a case for himself to continue to get the nod ahead of some of the senior players in the pecking order, as he has had an impressive 2022, scalping 19 wickets in 11 games with an economy rate of 4.86.