Vijay Hazare Trophy: Ishan Kishan smashes 173 to assist Jharkhand beat Madhya Pradesh by 324 runs

Vijay Hazare Trophy: Ishan Kishan smashes 173 to assist Jharkhand beat Madhya Pradesh by 324 runs

Indore:  Skipper Ishan Kishan smashed a blistering 173 off simply 94 balls to guide Jharkhand to an enormous 324-run victory over Madhya Pradesh in an Elite Group B sport of the Vijay Hazare Trophy, on Saturday.

Invited to bat, Jharkhand posted a mammoth 422 for 9, formed by Kishan’s whirlwind knock, after which bundled out the opposition for a meagre 98 in 18.4 overs, with pacer Varun Aaron (6/37) doing the majority of the harm.

The 22-year-old left-handed Kishan single-handedly tore aside the MP assault, hanging 19 fours and 11 sixes in his knock.

After Jharkhand misplaced opener Utkarsh Singh (6) early, Kishan conjured up a 113-run second-wicket stand with Kumar Kushagra (26) to put the muse for a giant rating.

File image of Ishan Kishan. Sportzpics

File picture of Ishan Kishan. Sportzpics

Kishan, who opened the innings, continued taking part in his pictures earlier than being caught by Shubham Sharma off Gaurav Yadav.

Kishan reached his particular person 50 in 42 balls, 100 in 74 balls and 150 in 86 balls.

Courtesy Kishan’s heroics, Jharkhand posted the best whole by an Indian home facet.

Virat Singh (68 off 49 balls; 5×4, 3×6) and Sumit Kumar (52 off 58 balls, 5×4) additionally performed their elements to perfection as all of the MP bowlers had an off day within the area.

Nonetheless, there was extra motion in retailer as all-rounder Anukul Roy smashed seven sixes and three fours in his 39-ball 72 and ensured that his staff went previous the 400-run mark.

Aaron wreaked havoc to go away Madya Pradesh tottering at 21 for 5.

It was only a matter of time as they had been ultimately bundled out for 98 as their all top-order batsmen faltered.

 

Solanki hits ton as Baroda beat Goa by 5 wickets

Vishnu Solanki’s stroke-filled century and bowlers’ splendid present arrange Baroda’s 5 wicket win over Goa in an Elite Group A sport as they kicked off their Vijay Hazare Trophy marketing campaign on a profitable word.

Invited to bat on the Kholdvad Gymkhana floor, Baroda bundled out Goa for 263 after which chased the goal with 9 balls to spare as they rode on Solanki’s 108 off 132 balls and half centuries from skipper Krunal Pandya (71 off 77 balls) and opener Smit Patel (58 off 64 balls).

For Goa, Snehal Kauthankar high scored with a 100-ball 81, hammering six fours and two sixes after they misplaced openers Ishaan Gadekar (7) and Aditya Kaushik (7) early.

Baroda bowlers led by pacer Atit Sheth (3/50) and left-arm spinner Krunal Pandya (3/62) saved making in-roads at the same time as Kauthankar didn’t get a gentle associate.

Skipper Amit Verma (24), wicket-keeper KD Eknath (43), Suyash Prabhudessai (39), Darshan Misal (20) and Lakshay Garg (23) couldn’t convert their begins into huge scores.

Sheth and Krunal, had been effectively complimented by pacer Lukman Meriwala (2/43), who was lately picked up by Delhi Capitals and all-rounder Babashafi Pathan (1/43).

Baroda misplaced opener Kedar Devdhar (0) early, however Smit Patel and Solanki rallied the innings with their 95-run stand for the second wicket to carry them again into the competition.

Solanki took on the Goa bowlers with utmost ease and hammered 12 fours and a six, and located an in a position ally in skipper Krunal, as they stitched a vital 138-run stand for the third wicket.

Baroda misplaced Solanki and Krunal in fast succession, however Ninad Rathwa (10 not out) and Abhimanyusingh Rajput (6 not out) took them dwelling in 48.3 overs.

Rinku stars as Uttar Pradesh stun holders Karnataka

Rinku Singh smashed an unbeaten 62 as Uttar Pradesh surprised defending champions Karnataka by 9 runs by way of the VJD Technique of their rain-truncated Vijay Hazare Trophy Group C opener.

Chasing 247 within the stipulated 50 overs, Uttar Pradesh had a gradual begin and had been 150/4 in 32 overs, however then, the Kolkata Knight Riders left-hander took cost of the proceedings, hitting seven boundaries and one six in his 61-ball knock.

Rain halted play at 45.2 overs with UP positioned at 215/4, which was 9 runs greater than the par rating of 207, on the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.

UP’s opening duo of Abhishek Goswami (54 off 67 balls) and Karan Sharma (40 off 74 balls) initially struggled to get going towards the Karnataka new ball bowlers,

Abhimanyu Mithun and Prasidh Krishna, managing solely 9 runs within the first 5 overs.

The pair placed on a century stand however they misplaced three wickets for 9 runs because the defending champions regarded to grab the momentum, However Rinku turned it round along with his brisk half-century.

Put in, a depleted Karnataka, who had been lacking the providers of Okay L Rahul, Mayank Agarwal, Manish Pandey and Okay Gowtham, additionally bought off to a gradual begin.

The promising Devdutt Padikkal (52 from 84 balls; 7×4) laid the muse earlier than No. 6 Aniruddha Joshi’s blazing 48-ball 68 (4×4, 6×4) propped up their whole.

At Alur, veteran opener Robin Uthappa led Kerala’s chase of 259 runs with an explosive 85-ball 107 (10×4, 4×6) earlier than rain stopped play in 38.2 overs with Kerala 233/4, which was above the par rating as per the VJD Technique.

Within the second match at Alur, Railways thrashed Bihar by 10 wickets with openers Mrunal Devdhar (105 not out) and Pratham Singh (72 not out) taking 29 overs to cruise to a 190-run goal.

Opting to bowl, Railways exploited the situations fantastically as pacer T Pradeep rattled the highest six batsmen to cut back Bihar to 64/6 in 13.3 overs on the way in which to his 6/43, earlier than his new-ball parter Amit Mishra (3/30) cleaned up the tail to bundle out Bihar for 189 in 45.5 overs.

Transient Scores:
Jharkhand 422/9 (Ishan Kishan 173, Anukul Roy 72; Virat Singh 68; Gourav Yadav 4/73, Shubham Sharma 1/44) beat Madhya Pradesh 98 all out (Abhishek Bhandari 42; Venkatesh Iyer 23; Varun Aaron 6/37, Bal Krishna 2/8) by 324 runs.

Goa 263 all out (Snehal Kauthankar 81; Okay D Eknath 43; Atit Sheth 3/50; Krunal Pandya 3/62) misplaced to Baroda 264/5 (Vishnu Solanki 108, Krunal Pandya 71; Amit Verma 2-39, Amulya Pandrekar 1-35) by 5 wickets.

At C Okay Pithwala Floor: Hyderabad 349/5 (Tilak Verma 156 not out, Tanmay Agarwal 86; R A Dey 2/45, A S Sarkar 1/42) beat Tripura 236 (Milind Kumar 67, Bikram Kumar Das 65; C V Milind 5/43, B Sandeep 2/37) by 113 runs.

At Lalbhai Contractor Stadium: Chhattisgarh 231 all out (Shashank Chandrakar 92, Ashutosh Singh 47; Arzan Nagwaswalla 6/54, Chintan Gaja 2/50) misplaced to Gujarat 232/7 (Dhruv Raval 38, B H Merai 38; Veer Pratap Singh 2/38) by three wickets.

At M Chinnaswamy: Karnataka 246/8; 50 overs (Aniruddha Joshi 68, Devdutt Padikkal 52; Shivam Sharma 3/40) misplaced to Uttar Pradesh 215/4; 45.2 overs (Rinku Singh 62 not out, Abhishek Goswami 54, Karan Sharma 40) by 9 runs (VJD Technique).

At KSCA, Alur: Odisha 258/8; 45 overs (Sandeep Pattnaik 66, Gourav Coudhury 57, Kartik Biswal 45 not out) misplaced to Kerala 233/4; 38.2 overs (Robin Uthappa 107, Sachin Child 40; Sourav Kanoja 3/43) by 34 runs (VJD Technique).

At KSCA 2, Alur: Bihar 189; 45.5 overs (Anuj Raj 72, Shabbir Khan 46 not out; T Pradeep 6/43, Amit Mishra 3/30) misplaced to Railways 190 for no loss; 29 overs (Mrunal Devdhar 105 not out, Pratham Singh 72 not out) by 10 wickets.

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