Vijay Hazare Trophy 2021 Highlights: Shaw ton, Suryakumar fifty help Mumbai beat Delhi; Bengal earns big win

Get the Vijay Hazare Trophy score, updates and commentary from the 2020-21 season, with Mumbai, Delhi, Saurashtra and Bengal among the teams in action.

Delhi and Mumbai meet in their first match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2021 in Jaipur.   -  The Hindu

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MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Delhi 211/7 (50) lost to Mumbai 216/3 (31.5): And Dube seals the game with a six. Mumbai beats Delhi by 7 wickets. A sizzling ton from Prithvi Shaw (105*) and Suryakumar Yadav's quick-fire fifty was all that it took to beat Delhi who tottered to 211 with a sole fighting knock from Himmat Singh (106*).

Rajasthan 274/4 (46.1) beats Pondicherry 273/6 (50)- MN Singh's crafty 115 has taken Pondicherry home by six wickets.

Bengal 315/5 (50) beats Services 245/9 (49.4) - Fifties from Anustup Majumdar and Kaif Ahmad took Bengal to 315/6. And from there on, the Bengal ravaged the Services chase with wickets at regular intervals.

J&K 279/9 (50) lost to Saurashtra 283/7 (49.1) 

Haryana 299/9 lost to Chandigarh 300/7 (49.3) - Skipper Manan Vohra's 117 and AN Kaushik's 78 has lead a terrific chase in a close finish.

Maharashtra 295/8 beats Himachal 213 all out (48.3) - Ruturaj Gaikwad's cracking ton put Maharashtra on top. Himachal's innings was then curtailed by Maha's Hangargekar with a four-wicket haul.

Uttarakhand 243/4 (43.1) beats Meghalaya 242/6 (50) - A cracking 141 from Jay Bista helped Uttarakhand ease through the chase. Bista's knock comprised 18 boundaries and three sixes.

Nagaland 310/8 (50) beats Sikkim 212 (49.2) by 98 runs


Bengal v Services: Services 208/6 after 43.1 overs (Target 316):
Skipper Rajat Paliwal's 90 wouldn't be enough as Bengal has put Services under pressure with consistent wickets.

Delhi v Mumbai: MUM 216/3 after 31.5 overs: And Dube seals the game with a six. Mumbai beats Delhi by 7 wickets. A sizzling ton from Prithvi Shaw (105*) and Suryakumar Yadav's quick-fire fifty was all that it took to beat Delhi who tottered to 211 with a sole fighting knock from Himmat Singh (106*).


Delhi v Mumbai: MUM 206/3 after 31 overs: Suryakumar Yadav brings up his 50 and has fallen soon after.
Mumbai can have it easy as it needs just six runs to win.

Delhi v Mumbai: MUM 189/2 after 29 overs: A 5th List-A hundred for Prithvi Shaw! Brings it up in just 83 balls. This has been a blistering knock for the Mumbaikar. Suryakumar at the other end, has looked solid all-round.

Rajasthan v Pondicherry: RAJ 180/1 after 29.3 overs  (Target 274)

Bengal v Services: Services 168/5 after 37 overs  (Target 316) -

J&K v Saurashtra,  SAU 158/5 after 33 overs  (Target 280)  - J&K  stunned Saurashtra with regular wickets and Vasavada continues his fight with a well compiled half-century.

Haryana v Chandigarh, CHA 169/2 after 32 overs (Target 300)

Maharashtra v Himachal, HP 125/4 after 30.4 overs (Target 296)

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, UTT 161/2 after 32 overs (Target 243)

Nagaland v Sikkim,  SIK  146/5 after 35 overs (Target 311)

 

Delhi v Mumbai: MUM 169/2 after 25.3 overs: Shaw is cruising towards his 100 while Suryakumar has come out all guns blazing. This is a cakewalk at the moment for Mumbai in the chase.

Delhi v Mumbai: MUM 116/2 after 18.5 overs: OUT! Lalit Yadav has got Iyer struck on the pads. Plumb in front and Iyer is sent back after a fine 39. Man of the moment Suryakumar Yadav joins Prithvi Shaw who is nearing a breezy 100.

Delhi v Mumbai: MUM 101/1 after 16 overs: Shaw has brought up his fifty in style! He is cruising with a strike-rate over 100 and Shreyas Iyer has kept him good company at the other end.

Rajasthan v Pondicherry: RAJ 99/0 after 17 overs  (Target 274) - Openers MN Singh and Aditya Garhwal are putting up a fine show and breezing through the chase.

Bengal v Services: Services 105/4 after 25 overs  (Target 316) - Services has been struck hard in its chase as Bengal continues to pick wickets.

J&K v Saurashtra,  SAU 102/3 after 12 overs  (Target 280)  - J&K  stunned Saurashtra with three quick wickets early but V Jadeja and Vasavada have put up a fine partnership and nearing their fifties.

Haryana v Chandigarh, CHA 113/2 after 21.1 overs (Target 300)

Maharashtra v Himachal, HP 74/2 after 19.1 overs (Target 296)

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, UTT 100/1 after 20.2 overs (Target 243)

Nagaland v Sikkim,  SIK  93/2 after 22 overs (Target 311)

 

Delhi v Mumbai: MUM 63/1 after 10.3 overs: Shaw motors on! Skipper Iyer has joined him on course after Jaiswal was sent back early.

Delhi v Mumbai: MUM 30/0 after 6 overs: Shaw off to a quick start. Two boundaries and a six from his blade from him has got Mumbai off to a flier.

Bengal v Services: Services 31/2 after 8.3 overs:
Bengal has put Services under early pressure. Akash Deep and Ishan Porel have put up a fine show with the new ball to pick a wicket each.

Delhi v Mumbai: Mumbai 10.0 after 2.3 overs: Openers Prithvi Shaw and Yashasvi Jaiswal begin on a cautious note. Khulwant Khejroliya and Simarjeet Singh have started well with the ball for Delhi.

Bengal v Services: Services 4/0 after 1 over: Services begin its 316-run chase as Nakul Verma and Ravi Chauhan at the crease.

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INNINGS BREAK

Delhi v  Mumbai: Delhi 211/7 (50) - What a finish for Delhi!  This has been a terrific innings from Himmat Singh as he finishes unbeaten on 106! After Mumbai reduced Delhi to 32/6, Himmat patiently held fort at one end and has taken his side to a respectable total with lower-order bat Vashisth supporting with 55 and skipper Pradeep Sangwan finished with a late flourish.

Rajasthan v Pondicherry: Pondicherry 273/6 (50) - An excellent 101 off 109 balls from skipper Paras Dogra, followed by a half-century from Sheldon Jackson led Pondicherry to a fine finish. Rajasthan chipped in with regular wickets and has managed to put Pondicherry under 300.

Bengal v Services: Bengal 315/6  (50): A stellar 75 from Kaif Ahmad and a supportive fifty from skipper Anustup Majumdar led Bengal to post an excellent total on board. The top-order comprising Goswami, Vivek Singh and Abhimanyu Easwaran too chipped in with good knocks.

J&K v Saurashtra,  J&K 279/9 (50)

Haryana v Chandigarh, HAR 299/9 (50) - A cracking 102 from Himanshu Rana and a powerful finish from Rahul Tewatia  with a 39-ball 73 ensured Haryana a strong finish. Tewatia has relished his India call-up in style!

Maharashtra v Himachal, MAH 295/8 (50) - Skipper Gaikwad's sublime 102 with cameos down the order from Bawane and Kazi have ensured Maharashtra an excellent finish, but it failed to get past 300 as Himachal's Vaibhav Arora picked up a hattrick off the last three balls of the innings.

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, MEGH 242/6 (50)

Nagaland v Sikkim,  NAG 310/8 (50)

 

Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 159/7 after 43.1 overs: Himmat Singh is moving towards his soon.  Shams Mulani broke the big partnership to remove Vashisth at 55. Anything above 200 will be a great recovery for Delhi.

Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 136/6 after 39.3 overs: Commendable fightback from Himmat Singh and Shivank Vashisth who have put up a 100-run partnership for the seventh wicket.

Bengal v Services: Bengal 213/4 after 41 overs: Easwaran falls soon after Majumdar for 39. Bengal will however aim 260 at the minimum from here Kaif Ahmad and Shahbaz Ahmed at the crease.

J&K v Saurashtra,  J&K 207/6 (42)

Haryana v Chandigarh, HAR 222/6 (39) - Himanshu Rana falls at 102 and Chandigarh triggers a collapse soon after.

Maharashtra v Himachal, MAH 228/4 (42) - Centurion Gaikwad and Kedar Jadhav fall in succession.

Rajasthan v Pondicherry,  POND 172/4 (41)

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, MEGH 168/4 (41)

Assam v Manipur,  DELAYED

Nagaland v Sikkim,  NAG 235/5 (42)

Arunachal v Mizoram,  DELAYED


Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 103/6 after 32 overs: Delhi crosses 100
with some struggle.  Himmat Singh has brough up his 50 and has toiled hard at one end while Mumbai kept chipping away with the wickets at the other end.

Maharashtra v Himachal: MAH 200/2 after 35.4 overs: An excellent 100 for Maharashtra skipper, Ruturaj Gaikwad! Gaikwad takes his side over 200 and has Kedar Jadhav to partner him. Maharashtra can comfortably a 300+ score now.

Update: MAH 204/3 after 37 overs: Gaikwad falls for 104. Loses his wicket soon after the milestone as Rishi Dhawan rattles the stumps.


Bengal v Services: Bengal 166/3 after 36 overs: OUT! Majumdar falls right after his 50.
Bengal loses its third wicket right when Majumdar and Easwaran were getting set to attack.

J&K v Saurashtra,  J&K 166/4 (35)

Haryana v Chandigarh, HAR 186/2 (39) - Himanshu Rana is nearing his ton as wickets fall quickly around him.

Maharashtra v Himachal, MAH 190/2 (34) - Skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad moves to 98* and has set up the innings well for his side.

Rajasthan v Pondicherry,  POND 127/2 (32)

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, MEGH 81/2 (24.4)

Assam v Manipur,  DELAYED

Nagaland v Sikkim,  NAG 208/1 (35)

Arunachal v Mizoram,  DELAYED

 

Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 66/6 after 25 overs: Himmat Singh wages a lone battle as Mumbai has wrapped up the cream of Delhi's batting cheaply.

Bengal v Services: Bengal 156/2 after 33 overs: Captain Anustup Majumdar reaches his 50 of 58 balls.  Eashwaran and Majumdar have stitched an excellent partnership as Bengal eyes a minimum of 250 from this position.

Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 33/6 after 19 overs: Kulkarni gets THREE!  He has crashed Lalit Yadav's stumps as this is now poised to not end well for Delhi.

J&K v Saurashtra,  J&K 126/3 (18) - Opener Vivrant Sharma falls for 66 as Saurashtra picks three quick wickets.

Haryana v Chandigarh, HAR 142/2 (31) - Himanshu Rana is nearing his ton after Haryana lost successive wickets.

Maharashtra v Himachal, MAH 136/1 (26) - Skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad moves into the 60s and looks set for a big hundred.

Rajasthan v Pondicherry,  POND 79/2 (24.3)

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, MEGH 81/2 (24.4)

Assam v Manipur,  DELAYED

Nagaland v Sikkim,  NAG 126/1 (27.3)

Arunachal v Mizoram,  DELAYED

 

Bengal v Services: Bengal 117/2 after 24 overs: Skipper Majumdar has come out with an intent to attack.  He has Abhimanyu Easwaran for company and the pair has put up quick runs since the departure of the openers.

Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 23/5 after 15.2 overs:  OUT! Delhi is in shambles! Shams Mulani cleans up Kshitiz Sharma. Delhi loses its fifth wicket and is in deep trouble. Sharma b Mulani 5 (27)

Bengal v Services: Bengal 72/2 after 17 overs: Bengal has lost its openers after a good start. Goswami and Vivek in successive balls as Saurashtra has crawled back into the match. Wickets - Goswami st Verma b Pulkit 28, Vivek run out Bahadur 39

J&K v Saurashtra,  J&K 80/1 (18) - Opener Vivrant Sharma gets a fine start as he moves onto 45*.

Haryana v Chandigarh, HAR 101/0 (22) - Himanshu Rana has racked up a fifty while his partner Chaprana is nearing the milestone as well.

Maharashtra v Himachal, MAH 79/0 (16) - Skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad and Nahar have compiled a fine start for Maharashtra.

Rajasthan v Pondicherry,  POND 42/2 (15)

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, MEGH 44/1 (16.3)

Assam v Manipur,  DELAYED

Nagaland v Sikkim,  NAG 76/1(17)

Arunachal v Mizoram,  DELAYED


Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 14/4 after 9 overs: Kulkarni gets another! Delhi slumps further as Jonty Sidhu too falls for a duck.

Bengal v Services: Bengal 64/0 after 15 overs: A 50-plus opening partnership for Goswami and Vivek.  They have put the side off to a good start and will aim to cash in with twin fifties.

Pondicherry v Rajasthan: Pondicherry 22/0 after 12 overs: Govindaarajan and Rohit are struggling to pierce the gaps as Rajasthan put the pressure. The openers could make or break from here as the onus grows on scoring.

Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 9/3 after 7 overs: OUT! Kulkarni snaps Rana. More misery for Delhi as it finds itself in massive trouble. Kulkarni finds the edge off Rana as Aditya Tare completes the catch. Rana c Tare b Kulkarni 2 (17)


J&K v SAU: Jammu opener Suryansh Raina and Vivrant Sharma
have got to a fine start to bring up the 50-run partnership. J&K 50/0 after 10.1 overs.

Pondicherry v Rajasthan: Pondicherry 13/0 after 7 overs: Pondi openers have settled in despite the slow start. Choudhary and Lamba have begun well with the new ball and have restricted the pair from rotating strike.

Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 0/2 after 3 overs: OUT! SHIKHAR DHAWAN is sent back for a duck. Mumbai gets a dream start after the Indian opener too falls after a run out by Tushar Deshpande.

Pondicherry v Rajasthan: Pondicherry 9/0 after 4 overs: Aniket Choudhary and Lamba have began well with the new ball. Pondicherry captain Rohit D and Gonvindaarajan are at the crease.

Bengal v Services: 22/0 after 7 overs: Goswami and Vivek have got themselves off to a start. Services bowlers have however kept the runs in check and prevented a free-flowing start.

Delhi v Mumbai: Delhi 0/1 after 1 over: A brilliant start for Mumbai. Anuj Rawat is sent back for a duck with a run out from Yashasvi Jaiswal!

Mumbai elects to Field vs Delhi:

Delhi Playing XI: Himmat Singh,Jonty Sidhu,Nitish Rana,Shikhar Dhawan,Pradeep Sangwan (C),Kshitiz Sharma,Shivank Vashisth,Anuj Rawat (W),Simarjeet Singh,Kulwant Khejroliya, Lalit Yadav

Mumbai Playing XI:  Dhawal Kulkarni,Aditya Tare (W),Surya,Shreyas Iyer (C),Prithvi Shaw,S N Khan,S Z Mulani,Tushar U Deshpande,Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal,Atif,Shivam Dube


Bengal v Services: Bengal openers Shreevats Goswami and Vivek Singh are at the crease.
The pair is coming off a decent SMAT 2021 season and will hope to set the tone for their side. Bengal 6/0 after 2 overs.

Action has begun across a few matches.

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TOSS UPDATES

Bengal v Services, Toss: Services, who chose to Field

J&K v Saurashtra,  Toss: Saurashtra, who chose to Field

Haryana v Chandigarh, Toss: Chandigarh, who chose to Field

Delhi v Mumbai, Toss: Mumbai, who chose to Field

Maharashtra v Himachal, Toss: Maharashtra, who chose to Bat

Rajasthan v Pondicherry, Toss: Rajasthan, who chose to Field

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, Toss: Uttarakhand, who chose to Field

Assam v Manipur, Toss:

Nagaland v Sikkim, Toss: Sikkim, who chose to Field

Arunachal v Mizoram, Toss:

 

Welcome to Day 2 of  the Vijay Hazare Trophy.

After a sensational start to the domestic 50-over season, with an exciting day's play. We head into day 2 where we have 10 matches being played across Kolkata, Jaipur and Chennai.  Toss updates by 8:40 am.

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Bengal v Services, Round 1, Elite Group E - Kolkata

J&K v Saurashtra, Round 1, Elite Group E - Kolkata

Haryana v Chandigarh, Round 1, Elite Group E - Kolkata

Delhi v Mumbai, Round 1, Elite Group D - Jaipur,

Maharashtra v Himachal, Round 1, Elite Group D - Jaipur,

Rajasthan v Pondicherry, Round 1, Elite Group D - Jaipur,

Uttarakhand v Meghalaya, Round 1, Plate Group - Chennai

Assam v Manipur, Round 1, Plate Group - Chennai

Nagaland v Sikkim, Round 1, Plate Group - Chennai

Arunachal v Mizoram, Round 1, Plate Group - Chennai