Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: swapnil shashank
Updated Thu, 17 Feb 2022 09:12 PM IST
Ranji Trophy: Sreesanth last played red-ball cricket for Rest of India in 2013 against Mumbai.
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Kerala fast bowler S Sreesanth has made a scintillating comeback in the Ranji Trophy. He took 2 wickets for 40 runs against Meghalaya. Sreesanth last played red-ball cricket for the Rest of India in 2013 against Mumbai.
The entire team of Meghalaya was reduced to 148 runs. Kerala have scored 205 for one wicket in which Rohan Kunnumal scored 107 while Rohan is playing on 91 runs.
Rahane scored a century in Ranji Trophy
Ahmedabad. Mumbai’s experienced batsman Ajinkya Rahane scored 108 runs against Saurashtra as the team managed to score 263 runs for three wickets. His century is important in terms of the Test series against Sri Lanka next month.
His performance in the Test series against South Africa was not good. In this case, his claim can be strong. Sarfaraz Khan is playing after scoring 121 runs.
Yash Dhul scored a brilliant century
Yash Dhul has now scored a century in the debut match in first-class cricket after making a world champion by performing brilliantly in the Under-19 team. Yash scored 113 runs against Tamil Nadu in a Ranji Trophy match at the Guwahati Barsapara Cricket Stadium.
Yash joins Sachin, Rohit’s club
After playing a century in the debut match, Yash’s name joined the club of Sachin Tendulkar, Rohit Sharma and Amol Majumdar. These cricketers also scored a century in their debut match.
Under-19 captain’s century tradition maintained
Yash Dhul, after scoring a century in his first-class debut, continued the tradition in which the Under-19 captain has scored a century in Ranji and other matches. Earlier, Vijay Joul (110 runs) against New Zealand A in 2013, Prithvi Shaw (120 runs) against Tamil Nadu in 2017 and Priyam Garg made his debut against Goa (117 runs).