Ranji Trophy Day 2 Highlights: Jagadeesan hits century to put Tamil Nadu in command vs Hyderabad

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Updated : Dec 14, 2022 19:22 IST

Hyderabad skipper Tanmay Agarwal scored a fine century against Tamil Nadu. (File Photo)
Hyderabad skipper Tanmay Agarwal scored a fine century against Tamil Nadu. (File Photo) | Photo Credit: THE HINDU

Hyderabad skipper Tanmay Agarwal scored a fine century against Tamil Nadu. (File Photo) | Photo Credit: THE HINDU

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Ranji Trophy 2022, Day 2 Stumps
Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Elite Group B | Hyderabad 395 all out, Tamil Nadu 203/0
Haryana vs Himachal Pradesh, Elite Group A | Haryana 46 all out & 72/1 | Himachal 487/4 dec
Jharkhand vs Kerala, Elite Group C | Kerala 407/8, Jharkhand 87/3
Punjab vs Chandigarh, Elite Group D | Punjab 586/4 dec, Chandigarh 62/2
Jammu and Kashmir vs Madhya Pradesh, Elite Group D | Madhya Pradesh 308 all out | J&K 54/7
Tripura vs Gujarat, Elite Group D | Gujara.t 271 all out, Tripura 244/6
Vidarbha vs Railways, Elite Group D | Vidarbha 213 all out& 161/2 , Railways 161 all out
Bihar vs Arunachal Pradesh, Plate | Arunachal Pradesh 212 all out, Bihar 367/4
Sikkim vs Manipur, Plate | Manipur 186 all out & 59/4, Sikkim 202/9
Mizoram vs Meghalaya, Plate | Mizoram 252 all out & 37/3 | Meghalaya 171 all out
Goa vs Rajasthan, Elite Group C | Goa 493/8
Puducherry vs Chhattisgarh, Elite Group C | Chhattisgarh 162 & 66/4, Puducherry 37 all out & 96/5
Nagaland vs Uttarakhand, Elite Group A | Uttarakhand 282 all out & 122/4, Nagaland 280/3
Odisha vs Baroda, Elite Group A | Odisha 337/8, Baroda 77/0
Bengal vs Uttar Pradesh, Elite Group A | Uttar Pradesh 198 all out, Bengal 134/8
Andhra vs Mumbai, Elite Group B | Andhra 232/8, Mumbai 290/6
Assam vs Saurashtra, Elite Group B | Assam 286 all out, Saurashtra 313/3
Maharashtra vs Delhi, Elite Group B | Delhi 191 all out, Maharashtra 305/7
Karnataka vs Services, Elite Group C | Karnataka 304 all out, Services 96/4

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: N Jagadeesan and B Sai Sudharsan butchered the Hyderabad attack as Tamil Nadu plundered runs on the back of an unbeaten century from Jagadeesan to end the day with 203/0 in reply to Hyderabad’s 395. The opening pair carried their rich vein of white-ball form into the whites as Sudarshan remained on course for his century, batting on 87 off 115 balls with 11 boundaries while Jagadeesan carried his bat through with an unbeaten 116 pff 95 balls with 16 boundaries and three sixes. Phew! that was some hitting as the visitors trail by just 192 runs.  

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: B Sai Sudharsan and J Jagadeesan have carried their form into the Ranji Trophy as both batsmen have forged an unbeaten 125-run stand and have hit half-centuries. Jagadeesan is the aggressor battimng at a strike rate of 130.00 with 10 boundaries and two sixes.

Arjun Tendulkar hits century: Arjun smashed his maiden First-Class century in the ongoing Ranji Trophy match against Rajasthan on Wednesday. Making his First-Class debut for Goa in the Elite Group C match at the GCA stadium, Arjun matched his father Sachin Tendulkar’s feat of hitting a century on Ranji Trophy debut. Arjun was also involved in a brilliant double century stand with Goa teammate Suyash Prabhudesai as the duo milked the Rajasthan attack and helped Goa cross the 400-run mark in the first innings. Sachin had scored a century on his Ranji Trophy debut for Mumbai against Gujarat at the Wankhede Stadium in December 1988.

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: Tanmay Agarwal and Mickil Jaiswal hit centuries and T Ravi Teja smashed a half-century as Hyderabad folded out for 395 with Sandeep Warrier picking a five-wicket haul. Warrier was well supported by L Vignesh who took four-wicket haul.

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: Mickil Jaiswal and Kartikeya Kar have stitched an unbeaten fifty-run partnership and have kept Tamil Nadu at bay with some brilliant batting. Jaiswal’s disciplined approach with the bat continues as having reached his century, the batsman has taken the onus to drive Hyderabad and the tail-ender Kartikeya doing his bit by staying at the wicket and tiring the visting bowling attack.

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: Three wickets and 99 runs with Tamil Nadu sending down 29.2 overs in the first session but it belonged to Mikil Jaiswal who smashed his maiden First-Class century to guide Hyderabad past the 350-run mark. Sandeep Warrier then achieved his personal milestone picking a five-wicket haul and orchestrating a mini collapse as Hyderabad lost wickets in cluster. Mikil, however, found a lower-order partner in Kartikeya Kak and forged an unbeaten 37-run stand to enter the Lunch break. 

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: Mikil Jaiswal hits a brilliant century - his first in Ranji Trophy and what a knock under pressure this has been from the Hyderabad batsman. He walked in after the fall of T Ravi Teja and halted Tamil Nadu’s march. Mikil joined hands with his skipper Tanmay Agarwal to drive his team and got to his century in 131 balls. The batsman exhibited great balance, played to the merit of the ball and showed exemplery temperament while dealing against a strong Tamil Nadu bowling line-up. Top class.  

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: Sandeep Warrier has picked a five-wicket haul and Hyderabad has slipped from a position of strength with Warrier packing off Tanmay and wicket-keeper Prateek Reddy for a duck. The 124-run stand between Mickil and Tanmay is broken and with Prakeek returning to the hut, Hyderabad is seven down having crossed the 300-run mark.

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: Mickil Jaiswal hits a fine half-century and drives Hyderabad along with his skipper Tanmay Agarwal in the company. Jaiswal gets to his half-century in 91 balls with eight boundaries as Tanmay aims to hit 150 with the partnership crossing the 100-run mark. The duo has forged an unbeaten 118-run stand off 190 deliveries to take Hyderabad past 300 in the opening session of the second day at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. 

Hyderabad vs Tamil Nadu, Day 2 Updates: Tanmay Agarwal and Mickil Jaiswal hold the key for Hyderabad as the duo look to start fresh with the skipper trying to consolidate on the fine century he hit on the opening day. Mikil, meanwhile has played the perfect foil and will look to build the partnership further, which is currently worth 69 off 107 deliveries. The visitors will look for early inroads and after an overcast Day 1, it’s bright and sunny in Hyderabad. Expect the pitch to assist the batsmen.

Day 1 Report: Captain Tanmay Agarwal cracked his ninth Ranji century (116 batting, 210b, 14x4) and was involved a fighting 141-run stand for the fifth wicket with T. Ravi Teja (72, 97b, 6x4, 3x6) to help Hyderabad overcome early blues and score a healthy 256 for five against Tamil Nadu at close of play on the first day of the Elite Group B match at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium here on Tuesday.

Put in to bat, the home team was reduced to 46 for four in 17.3 overs before Tanmay and Ravi Teja were involved in the big stand.

Debutant and opener Abhirath Reddy (0) looked out of sorts before he was bowled by pacer Sandeep Warrier. Then southpaw and in-form Rohit Rayudu (0) played all over a yorker from L. Vignesh to be bowled.

Tanay Thyagarajan (28, 23b, 4x4, 1x6) showed some enterprise during a brief stay before he pulled Warrier straight to the deep square-leg fielder. Mir Jaweed Ali was snapped up by wicketkeeper N. Jagadeesan off left-arm spinner R. Sai Kishore to hand Tamil Nadu its fourth scalp.

Later on, Tanmay and Ravi Teja batted with a lot of responsibility, showing wonderful stroke-selection.

Tanmay essayed some delectable strokes on either side of the wicket, with the cover drives and pull strokes off both pace and spin being the highlight.

To his delight, Ravi proved to be an able foil and the two demonstrated that Tamil Nadu bowlers, especially the pacers, were not unplayable. The fast bowlers clearly exploited the overcast conditions in the morning which even saw a 30-minute delay in start to the game.

Warrier came back to remove the well-set Ravi Teja, who slashed one straight to the deep point fielder just a few minutes before the tea break after being unsettled by a couple of bouncers.

In the company of a determined Mickil Jaiswal (32 batting, 62b, 5x4), Tanmay ensured that there were no more setbacks before bad light stopped play 19.2 overs before the scheduled close.

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