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In the match being played between Delhi and Tamil Nadu, Shahrukh Khan of Tamil Nadu, playing an explosive innings, has completed his century in only 89 balls. This is Shahrukh’s first century in first class cricket. His innings came when the team’s score was 79/3. Shahrukh is being seen as the future of Team India and this young player has influenced the cricket connoisseurs in recent times. Earlier, Delhi had scored 452 runs in their first innings. Yash Dhul (113) and Lalit Yadav scored 177 runs for Delhi.
Hanuma Vihari is one of the important players of Team India.
Vihari also scored fifty
Hanuma Vihari of Hyderabad has also scored a half-century in the second innings against Chandigarh. In the first innings as well, Vihari scored 59 runs off 134 balls and in the second innings also he was in good shape. After Pujara’s dismissal for zero against Mumbai, Vihari has now strengthened his claim for the Sri Lanka Test series.
Cheteshwar Pujara was dismissed without scoring a run in the Ranji Trophy against Mumbai. Pujara’s bat has not run for a long time. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly suggested Pujara and Rahane to play Ranji. In the same match, Ajinkya Rahane scored a brilliant century in the first innings for Mumbai, but Pujara could not even open the account.
Abdul Samad of Jammu hit a stormy century
In another match, Abdul Samad scored his century in 68 balls. He hit 19 fours and 2 sixes in his innings. Samad was retained by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 3 crores.
The biggest tournament of domestic cricket, the Ranji Trophy, has started from Wednesday. On the second day of Ranji Trophy, the names of the young players remained. While Bihar’s young player Sakibul Ghani made a world record by scoring a triple century in his debut first-class match, Mumbai’s Sarfaraz Khan also played a powerful innings of 275 runs.