Saurabh Netravalkar's LinkedIn profile goes viral after Oracle engineer predicts USA's victory against Pakistan in T20 World Cup | Trends

The LinkedIn profile of Indian-origin cricketer Saurabh Netravalkar is being widely shared on social media after he led the US team to a stunning victory against Pakistan in the ongoing T20 World Cup in the United States.

Saurabh Netravalkar managed to balance his cricket career with his professional life.

His remarkable transformation from a career as an engineer to a cricket hero has captivated cricket fans.

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The 32-year-old Netravalkar troubled Pakistan's batsmen with his disciplined line and length during his four-over stint in Thursday's nail-biting Super Over.

The Mumbai-born tech cricketer has been working at Oracle for eight years, according to his LinkedIn profile. He joined the California-based technology giant in 2016.

“Saurabh Netravalkar has the coolest LinkedIn profile of any cricketer,” said X-user Mufaddlal Vohra, sharing a screenshot of the cricketer’s LinkedIn profile.

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“Saurabh Netravalkar – man please delete your LinkedIn! My parents are on this app,” another X user, Raunak, joked after seeing the cricketer’s academic and sporting achievements.

After graduating from the University of Mumbai with a degree in computer engineering, Netravalkar moved to the United States to pursue his master's degree in computer science from Cornell University. He is a former Indian Under-19 cricketer and has also played one Ranji Trophy match for Mumbai.

After moving his career as a professional cricketer to the United States, he captained the US national team.

Players of Indian origin against the Indian national team at the T20 World Cup

Other players of Indian origin who will play against Team India in the T20 World Cup are Monank Patel (USA), Harmeet Singh (USA), Dilpreet Bajwa (Canada) and Ravinderpal Singh (Canada).