Vidarbha have a new star, Nadeem strikes again, Vinay Kumar loses captaincy

The best hitters

It was the best of three generations in the last week.

Atharwa Taide, 18, who was the second highest leading scorer for India U19 in his Tests against Sri Lanka in July, stormed the Vidarbha team for the first time and scored a fiftieth in the debut. He soon scored his first hundred, an undefeated 148 against Himachal Pradesh in a lost cause. His effort was overshadowed by Ankush Bains, formerly a graduate under 19, who hit an undefeated 173 of 149 balls while Himachal chased 298.

Bains' score was the best individual score in a week that included more of 150 ratings. One of them came from Gautam Gambhir, twice the age of Taide, who won 151 while Delhi racked up 392 for 3 while raiding Kerala with 165 races. Gambhir averages 74.50 in four innings this season, and is at 116.86.

Still, he's 11th on the season hitting list so far, behind Prashant Chopra of Himachal (four of fifty), KB Pawan of Nagaland (two of fifty-one hundred), B Indrajith of Tamil Nadu (three of fifty and a hundred) and Abhinav Mukund, who made half a century in each of their last three games.

But the star of the last round was Kedar Devdhar of Baroda, who achieved scores of 44, 107 and 123 in three consecutive victories to help his team climb to third place in the Group A table. Devdhar took advantage of one season Decent pass in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, in which he made 274 runs in seven innings. He is currently the tournament's top scorer.

The best bowlers

Shahbaz Nadeem continued directing the oppositions. After having started the tournament with world records of 8 by 10 in the games of List A, Nadeem maintained the level with another course of five fields, 5 of 17 while defending 221 against Jammu and Kashmir, and remained the highest , with a 19 count of five games. Like Devdhar, all of Nadeem's performances resulted in victories for Jharkhand, who lead Group C with five wins, no losses and one abandoned game.

Krunal Pandya celebrates the shutter of Corey Anderson BCCI

The rest of the top interpreters were also spinners of the left arm. Most notably, Krunal Pandya who took the best figures of his career from 6 to 41 against Goa, who were skied by 148 in a chase of 282. Mehdi Hasan of Hyderabad took his maiden of five wickets in one day: 5 20 against Uttar Pradesh, which were expelled by 130 in Delhi. He continued with 3 against 19 against Chhattisgarh and had an economy rate of 2.22 in the game week.

The mysterious Tamil Nadu runner Varun Chakravathi, who had taken 12 wickets in four games, collected only three in his last two. [19659003] Other notable artists during the week were Keshav Kumar and Services of Bihar Arjun Sharma, who took eight fields in three matches each.

Best matches

Madhya Pradesh and Odisha provided the closest game of the week in Delhi, with MP achieving a one-race victory. The medium-order contributions had helped MP to put 277 before they were released and they had Odisha at 159 for 5 with a little more than 18 overs to play. From that point, Abhishek Raut made an unbeaten 55 that brought Odisha to need 10 of five balls. No. 10 Krishna Palai played a point, and then the batters went running. With nine needed balls out of the game, Raut had a hit, but could not score on the fourth ball. He hit the next ball for six for his fiftieth, but with three still required in the last ball, he only managed a single. The teams made up the bottom of the Group B table at this time and the result did not make a significant difference, but it was the first victory of the MP season.

The other cliffhanger was between Nagaland and Puducherry. Chasing 203, Puducherry had dropped to 149 for 7 before a 50-race spot between two of his pros, Paras Dogra (98 *) and Pankaj Singh, dragged them close, and Dogra overtook them.

Players to see

B Indrajith rescued Tamil Nadu BCCI

Indrajith's first class and list A races started much later than those of his twin brother B Aparajith, who was the best ranked of the two in junior cricket. But Indrajith's career has taken a more rapid growth trajectory. Currently leading Tamil Nadu in the absence of Vijay Shankar, he is the second highest scorer of the season and currently averages 52.14 in 26 List A games. Indrajith had been prolific in first-class cricket in recent seasons, and as a of the elderly in the TN cricket, has been successfully transformed into a limited cricket.

How the rookies did [19659020] Sikkim started his professional cricket career by jumping to 84, and after showing some better batting performances, he sank into another low level. They were crushed by the current table-toppers of the Plate Group, Bihar, on Sunday, with defeated by 46 in a 292-race loss, the highest margin in Indian national cricket. The true extent of their struggles was reflected in the fact that they faced 31 overs to score those 46. They are, mathematically, the worst team in the tournament, with no points and a net net execution rate of 2,765. Assam, who also won nothing but got two points from an abandoned game, is approaching with a net rate of -2,726.

At the other end of the table, Bihar registered three consecutive victories in the last week, and Uttarakhand won two in two. After his small defeat against Puducherry, Nagaland was behind Uttarakhand by four points and is in third place, while the recently exhausted team of Puducherry occupies the fourth place.

In the news

  • M Vijay and Washington Sundar have been named The Tamil Nadu Squadron. Vijay had a productive season with Essex after his dismissal from the Indian Test squad, while Sundar returns from a long layoff for injuries. He played a competitive game for the last time on May 1 for Royal Challengers Bangalore.

  • Vinay Kumar was stripped of his captaincy after the only Karnataka points after four games came from an abandoned game. Manish Pandey was named in his place and took Karnataka to a victory immediately, against Vidarbha. In a radical change, Karnataka also eliminated veteran wicketkeeper-batsman CM Gautam.

  • Bihar captain Pragyan Ojha will miss the rest of the Vijay Hazare Trophy with a shoulder injury.

source:- espncricinfo.com

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