Welcome to Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 quarterfinal matches between Punjab vs Karnataka, Maharashtra vs Uttar Pradesh, Assam vs Jammu & Kashmir and Tamil Nadu vs Saurashtra. Stay tuned as we get you all the Live Updates.
Maharashtra beats Uttar Pradesh: R Hangargekar picked five wickets as Maharashtra bowled out Uttar Pradesh for 272 to enter the semifinal.
Saurashtra beats Tamil Nadu: Chasing 294 runs to win, Tamil Nadu folded out for 249 as Chirag Jani snapped three wickets with D Jadeja and P Bhut sharing four wickets among themsleves.
Karnataka beats Punjab by 4 wickets: R Samarth crafted a match-winning half-century as Karnataka books a semifinal berth. Going ahead, the batting needs to be strengthened as the side made heavy weather of the 236-run target and took it to the last over to overhaul the target.
Assam beats J & K by 7 wickets: Riyan Parag smashed a brilliant 174 off 116 balls with 12 sixes and as many boundaries as Assam chased down a tall target of 351 to book a place in the semifinal. A valiant effort from Jammu and Kashmir bowlers goes in vain as Parag along with Rishabh Da (92, 101b) forged a record 277-run stand for the third wicket to help Assam gun down the total.
Tamil Nadu 189/5 vs Saurashtra: Sai Kishore and Baba Indrajith have forged a 113-run stand and the all-rounder is batting on 69 off 80 balls. Saurashtra is in this game, leading ahead as Dinesh Karthik is back in the hut.
Karnataka 78/2 vs Punjab: Karnataka opener R Samarth has held fort but skipper Mayank Agarwal and the inf-form Nikin Jose are back in the hut and Punjab are right back in this game. The experienced Manish Pandey is out in the middle and if off the mark. The pair if Samarth and Manish holds the key in chase of 236.
Tamil Nadu 41/3 vs Saurashtra: This hasn’t happened before in this tournament and Saurashtra are right in this game as they have reduced Tamil Nadu to three down with just 41 runs on board. Dinesh Karthik and Baba Ijdrajith are out in the middle.
Maharashtra 330/5 vs Uttar Pradesh: Ruturaj Gaikwad hits a brilliant double century as the opener hammered an unbeaten 220 off just 159 balls and his knock was laced with 10 boundaries and 16 sixes and forged a 146-run partnership for the fourth wickt with A Kazi.
Saurashtra 293/8 vs Tamil Nadu: Harvik Desai, A Vasavada and Chirag Jani hit half-centuries as Saurashtra posted a challenging total on board. For Tamil Nadu, Sai Kishore and M Mohammed shared four wickets among themselves.
Punjab 235 all out vs Karnataka: Abhishek Sharma hit a brilliant century and was the lone warrior as Karnataka bowled out Punjab for 235. Sans Abhishek, the rest of the recognised batsmen failed to fire, handing Karnataka an advantage.
Jammu and Kashmir 350/7 vs Assam: Shubham Khajuria and Henan Nazir hit centuries as Jammu and Kashmir amassed a massive total of 350/7 in 50 overs against a hapless Assam attack. Khajuria scored an 84-ball 120 while Nazir made a 113-ball 124 as Fazil Rashid with a quickfire 46-ball 53 powered J & K to a big total.
Punjab 212/6 vs Karnataka: Abhishek Sharma hit a brilliant century and held the Punjab innings together but Karnataka with regular strikes has left Punjab six down. Sans Abhishek, the rest of the recognised batsmen failed to fire, handing Karnataka an advantage.
Maharashtra 201/3 vs Uttar Pradesh: Ruturaj Gaikwad hits a brilliant century and is batting unbeaten on 112 off 119 balls with six boundaries and four sixes as Maharashtra crosses the 200-run mark. Although Maharashtra lost early wickets, Gaikwad forged important partnerships with Ankit Bawane and is currently involved in an unbeaten 80-run stand with A Kazi.
Saurashtra 105/2 vs Tamil Nadu: Sai Kishore and Siddharth picked crucial wickets to halt Saurashtra’s charge as Jay Gohil and Harvik Desai’s 69-run stand has been broken. Prerak Mankad and A Vasavada have forged a partnership but Tamil Nadu in control of the proceedings.
Jammu and Kashmir 215/4 vs Assam: Shubham Khajuria smashed a brilliant century, an 84-ball 120 with eight boundaries and equal number of sixes to put Jammu and Kashmir in command. Vivrant Sharma and Shubham Khajuria forged an 72-run opening stand and then the centurion stitched a brilliant 129-run partnership with Henan Nazir to push Assam on backfoot.
Punjab 41/3 vs Karnataka: Abhishek Sharma along with Anmol Malhotra played a counter-attacking inning and forged a 76-run stand off 97 balls for the fourth wicket to bail Punjab out of trouble. However, Krishnappa Gowtham dismissed Malhotra to tilt the momentum back in Karnataka’s favour. Abhishek is batting unbeaten on 82 off 101 balls.
Maharashtra 83/2 vs Uttar Pradesh: Ankit Rajpoot and Kartik Tyagi have made early inroads with the wickets of Rahul Tripathi and S Bachhav but Ruturaj Gaikwad is batting unbeaten on 40 off 57 balls along with Ankit Bawane. Important for Gaikwad to carry on the start he has got.
Saurashtra 58/1 vs Tamil Nadu: Saurashtra has crossed the 50-run mark but M Mohammed strikes to remove Sheldon Jackson. Harvik Desai and Jay Gohil are out in the middle, doing the rebuilding job.
Punjab 41/3 vs Karnataka: Vidwath Kaverappa, V Koushik and Ronit More have picked a wicket each to leave Punjab in early trouble. The likes of Prabhsimran Singh, Anmolpreet Singh and skipper Mandeep Singh are back in the hut as Abhishek Sharma and Anmol Malhotra try to rebuild the innings.
J&K 43/0 vs Assam: Vivrant Sharma and Shubham Khajuria have given Jammu and Kashmir a fine start with both openers forging an unbeaten 43-run stand with the run-rate well above 7 rpo. Assam eyes early breakthrough.
Tamil Nadu vs Saurashtra, Quarterfinal: Tamil Nadu won the toss and opted to bowl first
Saurashtra Playing XI: Harvik Desai(w), Sheldon Jackson, Samarth Vyas, Arpit Vasavada, Jay Gohil, Prerak Mankad, Chirag Jani, Dharmendrasinh Jadeja, Jaydev Unadkat(c), Parth Bhut, Chetan Sakariya
Tamil Nadu Playing XI: Sai Sudharsan, N Jagadeesan(w), Baba Aparajith, Baba Indrajith(c), Dinesh Karthik, Ravisrinivasan Sai Kishore, M Mohammed, Sonu Yadav, Manimaran Siddharth, Sanjay Yadav, Sandeep Warrier
Punjab vs Karnataka, Quarterfinal: Karnataka won the toss and opted to bowl first
Punjab Playing XI: Abhishek Sharma, Prabhsimran Singh, Anmolpreet Singh, Mandeep Singh(c), Anmol Malhotra(w), Harpreet Brar, Sanvir Singh, Ramandeep Singh, Mayank Markande, Baltej Singh, Siddarth Kaul
Karnataka Playing XI: Ravikumar Samarth, Mayank Agarwal(c), Nikin Jose, Manish Pandey, Shreyas Gopal, Sharath BR(w), Manoj Bhandage, Krishnappa Gowtham, Ronit More, Vidhwath Kaverappa, Vasuki Koushik
Maharashtra vs Uttar Pradesh, Quarterfinal: Uttar Pradesh won the toss and opt to bowl
Maharashtra Playing XI: Ruturaj Gaikwad(c), Rahul Tripathi, Ankit Bawne, Azim Kazi, Saurabh Navale(w), Shamshuzama Kazi, Divyang Hinganekar, Satyajeet Bachhav, Manoj Ingale, Mukesh Choudhary, Rajvardhan Hangargekar
Uttar Pradesh Playing XI: Madhav Kaushik, Aryan Juyal(w), Priyam Garg, Karan Sharma(c), Rinku Singh, Akshdeep Nath, Shivam Mavi, Ankit Rajpoot, Shivam Sharma, Kartik Tyagi, Shiva Singh
Assam vs Jammu and Kashmir Quartefinal: Assam won the toss and opted to bowl first
Jammu and Kashmir Playing XI: Musaif Ajaz, Shubham Khajuria, Vivrant Sharma, Shubham Pundir(c), Henan Nazir Malik, Fazil Rashid(w), Abid Mushtaq, Sahil Lotra, Yudhvir Singh Charak, Auqib Nabi, Mujtaba Yousuf
Assam Playing XI: Kunal Saikia(w/c), Rahul Hazarika, Rishav Das, Riyan Parag, Swarupam Purkayastha, Sibsankar Roy, Saahil Jain, Rajjakuddin Ahmed, Mukhtar Hussain, Sunil Lachit, Avinov Choudhury
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