Batsmen looked helpless in front of Umran Malik and Kuldeep Sen, Sarfaraz Khan alone scored more runs than 11 batsmen of the opposing team
Sarfaraz Khan is known for his explosive batting. Be it IPL or domestic tournament Sarfaraz Khan’s bat does not stop raining runs. Sarfaraz Khan has always performed brilliantly in domestic cricket. In the match played in the Irani Trophy, Sarfaraz Khan scored a century in the Saurashtra vs Rest of India match. Safaraz Khan’s batting put his team in a good position.
Saurashtra team came out to bat in this match of Irani Trophy. Where the entire team returned to the pavilion after scoring just 98 runs. Instead, Rest of India scored 205 runs for the loss of 3 wickets at the end of the first day’s play, in which Sarfaraz Khan scored 125 more than the opposition’s total and Hanuma Vihari 62. In this five-day game, both the players returned unbeaten on the first day.
Sarfaraz Khan scored a brilliant century
In the Irani Trophy against Saurashtra, Sarfaraz Khan scored 125 runs in 126 balls till the end of the first day. Which included 19 fours and two sixes. This is the 10th century of Sarfaraz Khan’s first-class career.
Let us tell you, Sarfaraz Khan has also played a big innings of 301 not out. The player’s run-scoring average is over 80. There is a player who has scored more than 2 thousand runs in first class cricket. He is only behind Australian legend Don Bradman.
With this, by the end of the first day’s play, Hanuma Vihari scored 62 runs in 145 balls. On one hand, where Sarfaraz Khan was playing an aggressive innings, on the other hand Hanuma Vihari was playing a brilliant game, saving the wicket. Both Sarfaraz Khan and Hanuma Vihari have returned unbeaten on the first day.
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Umran Malik took three wickets
Along with batting, bowling was also amazing for the team in the Irani Trophy. Mukesh Kumar took four wickets for 23 runs in 10 overs. In which there are also four maiden overs. Umran Malik took three wickets for 25 runs in 5.5 overs. Kuldeep Sen took three wickets for 41 runs in seven overs. Jayant Yadav conceded just four runs in two overs.
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