Suryakumar Yadav performed an 80 90 ball in his first Ranji Trophy match in almost three years as captain Ajinkya Rahane and Yashasvi Jaiswal hit hundreds well to take Mumbai to 457 with a treble against Hyderabad on the first day of the Group B competition here. Surya, who has been arguably the best hitter in white-ball cricket for the past 12 months, has approached the red-ball game with the same aggressive intent he is known for in shorter forms. His stroke consisted of 15 innings four and six.
The discerning hitter has repeatedly expressed his desire to play Test cricket for India. The last time he played a first-place match was in February 2020.
Jaiswal continues his rich form with 162 of 195 sublime balls while Rahane is hitting 139 at the stump.
Prithvi Shaw was disqualified on the 19th after Hyderabad chose to play at BKC ground.
Shorey attacks first place 8
the opener Dhruv . Coast hit his eighth first hundred to take Delhi to 271th to seven on the first day of the match against Assam. Assam got rid of Shorey’s partner Anuj Rawat soon after opting into the first school. Shorey remained unbeaten with 139 of 216 balls before bad light forced an early loss with 81 pitches of the day.
Delhi, who lost their opening match of the tournament to Maharashtra, brought on a unit that had been depleted due to no injured pacemakers. Ishant Sharma and Mayank Yadav. They were forced to bring in three debutants Harsh Rana, Pranshu Vijayran and camcorder Hrithik Shokeen.
advanced tempo controller Saini’s Navywho suffered a stomach strain while joining the Indian team in Bangladesh, could hardly make it in time for Delhi’s next match.
Summary: In Mumbai: Mumbai 457/3 in 90 rounds (Yashasvi Jaiswal 162, Suryakumar Yadav 90, Ajinkya Rahane 139 no, Sarfaraz Khan 40 no) compared to Hyderabad.
In Guwahati: Delhi 271/7 in 81 rounds (Dhruv Shorey 139 hit, Mrinmoy Dutta 2/50) vs Assam.
Patidar, Raghuwanshi help MP recover
Sandeep Sharma broke five wicks but Rajat Patidar and Akshat Raghuwanshi doubles fifty as defending champion Madhya Pradesh recovered to 289 to 7 against Chandigarh on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Elite Group ‘D’ match on Tuesday. Voting hitters, openers Yash Dubey (44, 50 balls, 6 innings) and Himanshu Mantri (12) gave Madhya Pradesh a solid start, adding 63 runs to the first game.
However, Sandeep beat MP rounds, quickly catching Mantri and Dubey’s hits.
Shubham Sharma (1) couldn’t stay long as he fell to Hartejassvi Kapoor with a score of 75, while Sandeep took Aditya Shrivastava (7) as MP was soon reduced to 94 for four.
Patidar (88, 116 balls, 16 quads), one of the stars of MP’s maiden Ranji win, helped stabilize the rounds against Raghuwanshi (65 no wins, 167 balls, 5 shots) four legs, 1 six), made 94 runs for the fifth racket.
The duo kept Chandigarh’s pitchers steady for 154 serves even as Sandeep continued to fixate.
Sandeep, who featured in two T20 Internationals for the country, then dealt a fatal blow by clearing Patidar.
Raghuwanshi then joined Anubhav Agarwal (25) and added 67 runs for a seventh racket before the latter knocked out Sandeep LBW on the last ball of the day.
In another group game, Punjab hit back after being bowled for 162 in 48.1 rounds to bring the Railroad down to 77-7 at Karnail Singh Stadium in New Delhi.
In Nagpur: Vidarbha 264 all in 88.3 rounds (Atharva Taide 53, AV Wankhade 47, AV Wadkar 43; AS Sarkar 6/74) vs Tripura 3 did not lose in 2 rounds.
In Indore: Madhya Pradesh 289 won 7 out of 88 rounds (Rajat Patidar 88, Akshat Raghuwanshi 65 did not lose; Sandeep Sharma 5 81) against Chandigarh.
Karnataka has the upper hand
Eight-time champion Karnataka went all out to knock Puducherry 170 and then 111 to one on opening day to claim a slight advantage in their Ranji Cup Group C match here on Tuesday.
Elected to the field, the Karnataka pitchers had the advantage as the right-handed trio of speed Vidwath Kaverappa (4/52), Vijaykumar Vyshak (3/39) and Ronit More (2/34) shared nine shots to destroy Puducherry’s batting formation.
Leg-spinner Shreay Gopal (1/5) takes up the rest of the racquet.
Puducherry never had control over their turns after being taken on as they frequently lost their catches, unable to forge substantial partnerships that would have given them total plays. pretty first.
Captain Damodaran Rohit (44) scored the highest for Puducherry, while Kothandapani Aravind (20) and Sridhar Ashwath (20) also had several runs before they were eliminated in 54 rounds.
In response, opener Ravikumar Samarth remained undefeated with a score of 59, while the captain Mayank Agarwal earned 51 as Karanataka finished the day’s proceedings with a score of 111 to 1.
Night watchman More has yet to open an account.
Karnataka still trailed Puducherry with 59 runs in their first inning with nine racquets in hand.
In another Group C match in Jaipur, India international Deepak Hooda hit 133 out of 187 balls, while Salman Khan (62 didn’t come out) and Yash Kothari (58) also contributed with the stick as Rajasthan scored 310 to 5 in 87 rounds on opening day against Kerala.
For Kerala, Jalaj Saxena Picked up two wicks in 74 runs.
Summary: In Bengaluru: Puducherry 170 ate up in 54 rounds (Damodaran Rohit 44; Vidwath Kaverappa 4/52) vs Karnataka 111 ate 1 out of 32 rounds (Ravikumar Samarth 59 failed, Mayank Agarwak 51; Ankit Sharma 1/8).
In Jaipur: Rajsathan 310 won 5 in 87 rounds (Deepak Hooda 133, Salman Khan 62 did not lose, Yash Kothari 58; Jalaj Saxena 2/74) against Kerala.
In New Delhi: Service 213 completed in 60.1 passes (Anshul Gupta 71, Devender Lochab 53; Ravi Kiran 5/44) vs Chhattisgarh 9 without losing in 3 rounds.
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