10 batsmen could not score 100 runs together, team lost by 296 runs, became a record

Rajasthan beat Meghalaya by a huge margin of 296 runs which is the fourth biggest win in terms of runs in Vijay Hazare Trophy.

The Meghalaya team could not even score 100 runs. (File Pic)

It is very rare in cricket that one team reaches 400 by scoring a mountain of runs and the other team can score a total of 100 runs in front of it. Indian 50-over domestic tournaments Vijay Hazare Trophy The same thing happened on Monday. In the match played at Kolkata’s Salt Leg Stadium, Rajasthan defeated Meghalaya by a huge margin of 296 runs. Batting first, Rajasthan scored 390 runs losing four wickets. The Meghalaya team was bundled out for just 94 runs in 36.1 overs in front of this huge score.

With this, Rajasthan has got its name written in the record book. This is the fourth biggest win in terms of runs in Vijay Hazare Trophy. Aditya Garhwal played an important role in this victory of Rajasthan. Aditya scored a brilliant century in this match. Apart from him, three other batsmen scored half-centuries.

Amazing strike rate of 212

Aditya faced just 70 balls and scored an unbeaten 149 with the help of 18 fours and seven sixes. During this, his strike rate was 212. Before that, however, opener Abhijeet Tomar scored a half-century. This batsman was able to score 77 runs in 93 balls with the help of nine fours and one six. Mahipal Lomrod scored 57 runs in 58 balls. Captain Ashok Maneria also hit fifty. Maneria faced 67 balls and scored 70 runs with the help of eight fours and two sixes.

The bowlers after the batsmen

Rajasthan bowlers had enough runs to save. Still, this team showed miserliness and made Meghalaya hungry for runs. Only four batsmen from Mizoram could reach double figures. Larry Sangma scored the maximum 20 runs for the team. Yogesh Tiwari (18) was the second highest scorer.

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Rajasthan For Ravi Bishnoi and Shubham Sharma took three wickets each. Bishnoi took two over maidens in 7.1 overs and gave away 26 runs. Shubham took out a maiden and spent 18 runs in 10 overs. Sahil Dhawan and Arafat Khan achieved two successes each. Sahil gave 20 runs in eight overs and bowled one over maiden. Arafat bowled five overs and gave just eight runs. Kamlesh Nagerkoti could not take a single wicket for 12 runs in four overs. Mahipal gave five runs in two overs.

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