Vijay Hazare Trophy Round 5: Chhattisgarh, Kerala, Goa post wins

Updates from Round 5 of the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20, with Hyderabad, Kerala, Baroda, Punjab among those in action.

Ambati Rayudu struggled for rhythm in his comeback match for Hyderabad against Saurashtra.   -  K.V.S. Giri

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Results

1. Chhattisgarh 268 for 9 (Ashutosh Singh 75, Shashank Chandrakar 54, Prithvi Raj Yarra 3 for 63) beat Andhra 212 (Shashank Singh 3 for 37) by 56 runs.

2. Kerala 227 for 9 (Ajay Dev Goud 3 for 52) beat Hyderabad 165 (Tanmay Agarwal 69, Asif K. M. 4 for 34) by 62 runs.

3. Goa 266 for 8 (Aditya Kaushik 117, Rahul Shukla 6 for 33) beat Jharkhand 224 (Darshan Mishal 4 for 35) by 42 runs.

 

That brings us to the end of the Vijay Hazare Trophy action for the day. Four matches were abandoned due to rain/wet outfield — Manipur vs Chandigarh, Nagaland vs Mizoram, Uttar Pradesh vs Haryana, and Baroda vs Punjab.

Join us for the action on Monday. The matches: Madhya Pradesh vs Bihar, Gujarat vs Tripura, and Bengal vs Jammu and Kashmir, all in Jaipur. Till then, it's goodbye.

In Bengaluru, Goa vs Jharkhand in Elite Group A: Goa collects a 42-run win after having Jharkhand dismissed for 224. It had been an uphill battle for Jharkhand from the 37th over, when Ishan Kishan and Virat Singh departed. The lower order ultimately stretched it to the 49th over, but it wasn't enough. Left-arm spinner Darshan Misal finished with four wickets.

In Bengaluru, Hyderabad vs Kerala in Elite Group A: Hyderabad is bowled out for 165. It completes a comprehensive win for Kerala. The margin - 62 runs. After a quickfire 19, Md. Siraj, the No. 11, was dismissed bowled by Sandeep Warrier.

In Bengaluru, Andhra vs Chhattisgarh in Elite Group A: Andhra has been bowled out for 212, the last two wickets falling quickly. It's a 56-run win for Chhattisgarh, a day after it beat Mumbai.

In Bengaluru, Andhra vs Chhattisgarh in Elite Group A: Andhra is eight down now. Karan Shinde was run out by Amandeep Khare, and Shoaib Mohammed Khan dismissed by Ajay Mandal. Andhra needs 66 more runs to win, in 4.1 overs, with two wickets in hand.

In Bengaluru, Hyderabad vs Kerala in Elite Group A: Kerala is one wicket away from victory. No. 7 J. Mallikarjun, No. 8 C. V. Milind, and No. 10 Ajay Dev Goud have been dismissed. Mallikarjun and Milind put on 43 runs for the seventh wicket. Hyderabad needs 85 more runs to win, with one wicket in hand, in less than nine overs.

In Bengaluru, Goa vs Jharkhand in Elite Group A: Jharkhand is seven down now, for 156. Three wickets have fallen for 10 runs. All three of these wickets — of Ishan, Virat, and Shahbaz Nadeem — were taken by Darshan Misal. Jharkhand needs 111 more runs to win in 10 overs.

In Bengaluru, Andhra vs Chhattisgarh in Elite Group A: Andhra has lost four more wickets in its chase. K. S. Bharat, Ricky Bhui, B. Sumanth and Girinath Reddy have been dismissed. Girinath was the last batsman to be dismissed; he fell lbw to Shashank Singh, who now has three wickets. It ended a partnership of 31 runs for the sixth wicket between Girinath and Karan Shinde. Andhra needs 122 runs in 11.3 overs with four wickets in hand.

In Bengaluru, Goa vs Jharkhand in Elite Group A: Ishan and Virat have added 58 runs for the fifth wicket. Ishan is batting on 36, and Virat on 21. Jharkhand is 124 for 4 in the 33rd over; 143 more runs are required, to win.

In Bengaluru, Hyderabad versus Kerala in Elite Group A: Tanmay Agarwal, the opener, is dismissed by Basil Thampi for 69. Hyderabad loses its sixth wicket. It's 101 for 6 in the 32nd over.

In Bengaluru, Hyderabad versus Kerala in Elite Group A: K. Rohit Rayudu falls to Basil Thampi, the seamer, for 18. Hyderabad is 96 for 5 in 29 overs.

In Bengaluru, Hyderabad versus Kerala in Elite Group A: Opener Tanmay Agarwal and K. Rohit Rayudu, the middle-order batsman, have put on 91 runs for the fifth wicket. Tanmay has crossed 50; he is batting on 67. Rohit, 17 n.o., gives him company. Hyderabad needs 135 more runs to win in 23.2 overs.

In Bangalore, Andhra versus Chhattisgarh in Elite Group A: After providing a positive start to the chase of 269, the openers have been dismissed. Both D. B. Prashanth Kumar and Ashwin Hebbar fell to Shashank Singh. Andhra 79 for 2 in the 23rd over.

In Bengaluru, Goa vs Jharkhand in Elite Group A: Jharkhand is in trouble in its chase of 267. It's lost four wickets. Both No. 3 Kumar Deobrat and Saurabh Tiwary were dismissed by Suyash S. Prabhudessai. Pressure on the shoulders of Ishant Kishan, the captain and wicketkeeper, and Virat Singh. It's 69 for 4 in the 20th over.

In Bengaluru, Hyderabad versus Kerala in Elite Group A: Chasing 228 for victory, Hyderabad is 20 for four after seven overs. Akshath Reddy (0), Tilak Varma (1), B. Sandeep (0) and Ambati Rayudu (0) are the batsmen dismissed, with K.M. Asif taking all four wickets.

In Bengaluru, Goa versus Jharkhand in Elite Group A: Chasing 267 for victory, Jharkhand is 36 for two after nine overs. Openers Ishank Jaggi (3) and Anand Singh (8) have been dismissed. Lakshay Garg and Heramb Parab have a wicket apiece. Kumar Deobrat and Saurabh Tiwary, who have so far added 22 runs for the third wicket, are the batsmen tasked with the resurrecting the innings.

In Bengaluru, Andhra versus Chhattisgarh in Elite Group A: Andhra makes solid start to its chase of 269. It is 38 for no loss at the end of the first powerplay, with openers Prashanth Kumar (20 not out) and Ashwin Hebbar (17 not out) having gotten off to starts.

Matches delayed due to wet outfield/rain

Himachal Pradesh versus Maharashtra in Elite Group B

Baroda versus Punjab in Elite Group B

Haryana versus Uttar Pradesh in Elite Group B

Mizoram versus Nagaland in Plate Group

Chandigarh versus Manipur in Plate Group