Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 Highlights: Tamil Nadu beats Arunachal by 435 runs; Jagadeesan hits record double ton

Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 Highlights: Catch the highlights, results and match stats from Round 6 of the Vijay Hazare Trophy on Monday.

Tamil Nadu openers N. Jagadeesan and Sai Sudharsan have been in superb form in the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy.

Tamil Nadu openers N. Jagadeesan and Sai Sudharsan have been in superb form in the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy. | Photo Credit: SUDHAKARA JAIN | THE HINDU

Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 Highlights: Catch the highlights, results and match stats from Round 6 of the Vijay Hazare Trophy on Monday.

Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 - November 21, Round 6 Results
Arunachal Pradesh vs Tamil Nadu: Tamil Nadu 506/2 (50 overs), Arunachal Pradesh 71 all out (28.4 overs) | Tamil Nadu won by 435 runs
Meghalaya vs Rajasthan: Rajasthan 390/4 (50 overs), Meghalaya 94 all out (36.1 overs) | Rajasthan won by 296 runs 
Karnataka vs Sikkim: Sikkim 117 all out (46.2 overs), Karnataka 118-4 (24.4 overs) | Karnataka won by 6 wickets
Assam vs Vidarbha: Vidarbha 261/9 (50 overs), Assam 262/3 (47.3 overs) | Assam won by 7 wickets
Delhi vs Jharkhand: Delhi 259/5 (50 overs), Jharkhand 260/5 (48.5 overs) | Jharkhand won by 5 wickets
Maharashtra vs Mizoram: Maharashtra 341/4 (50 overs), Mizoram 158/8 (50 overs) | Maharashtra won by 183 runs 
Bengal vs Services: Bengal 426/4 (50 overs), Services 379/9 (50 overs) | Bengal won by 47 runs
Mumbai vs Pondicherry: Pondicherry 139 all out (38 overs); Mumbai 141/1 (24.2 overs) | Mumbai won by nine wickets
Saurashtra vs Tripura: Tripura 133 all out (42.1 overs), Saurashtra 134/6 (36.5 overs) | Saurashtra won by 4 wickets
Manipur vs Uttar Pradesh: Manipur 132 all out (32.3 overs), Uttar Pradesh 133/2 (19.2 overs) | UP won by 8 wickets
Chandigarh vs Himachal Pradesh: Himachal 302/8 (50 overs), Chandigarh 303/5 (49.5 overs) | Chandigarh won by five wickets
Gujarat vs Hyderabad: Gujarat 247/9 (49.5 overs), Hyderabad 251/6 (49 overs) | Hyderabad won by 4 wickets 
Bihar vs Kerala: Bihar 201 all out (49.3 overs), Kerala 205/1 (24.4 overs) | Kerala won by 9 wickets 
Andhra vs Haryana: Haryana 258/7 (50 overs), Andhra 262/7 (48.5 overs) | Andhra won by 3 wickets
Chhattisgarh vs Goa: Chhattisgarh 226/8 (50 overs), Goa 185 all out (47 overs) | Chhattisgarh won by 41 runs
Madhya Pradesh vs Nagaland: Madhya Pradesh 424/3 (50 overs), Nagaland 103 all out (28.1 overs) | Madhya Pradesh won by 321 runs 
Odisha vs Punjab: Odisha 251/7 (50 overs), Punjab 252/5 (46.4 overs) | Punjab won by 5 wickets 
Baroda vs Uttarakhand: Uttarakhand 109 all out (29.1 overs), Baroda 110/4 (21.3 overs) | Baroda won by 6 wickets

Tamil Nadu beats Arunachal Pradesh: M Siddharth took a five-wicket haul and helped Tamil Nadu shoot out Arunachal for a paltry 71 after posting 506/4. It’s a massive win for Tamil Nadu on a day N Jagadeesan and Sai Sudaharsan broke multiple List A records.

Arunachal Pradesh 67/6 vs Tamil Nadu: Arunachal is in deep trouble having lost six wickets in a mammoth chase of 507 runs to win. The Tamil Nadu bowlers are wrapping up the match quickly and are marching towards securing a massive victory.

Mumbai hammers Pondicherry: Yashasvi Jaiswal scored an unbeaten 77-ball 73 as Prithvi Shaw and Arman Jaffer came up with valuable contributions to help Mumbai beat Pondicherry by nine wickets.  

Karnataka beats Sikkim by six wickets: Mayank Agarwal led from the front with an unbeaten half-century as Karnataka chased down 118 runs to beat Sikkim by six wickets. 

Arunachal Pradesh 7/1 vs Tamil Nadu: Ragupathy Silambarasan has provided an early breakthrough after Tamil Nadu posted a record-breaking total of 506/2, courtesy of a brilliant double century from N Jagadeesan as the wicketkeeper along with opener Sai Sudharsan shattered multiple records in List A cricket. Arunachal has a mountain to climb. 

Mumbai 106/1 vs Pondicherry: Mumbai is closing in on a comfortable victory against Pondicherry as it has lost just one wicket in chase of 140. Opener Prithvi Shaw departed for a run-a-ball 39 and it was a typical Prithvi Shaw innings as he smashed five boundaries and two sixes at a strike rate of exactly 100 and forging a match-winning opening stand of 80 runs off 72 balls with Yashasvi Jaiswal. Armaan Jaffer is out in the middle.  

Karnataka 43/4 vs Sikkim: Karnataka’s top-order continues to struggle as chasing a small total of 118 runs against Sikkim the Mayank Agarwal-led side has lost four wickets for 43 runs on board. Manish Pandey opened the innings but fell cheaply and so does Krishnappa Gowtham who was promoted up the order as the all-rounder fell for a duck. M Bhandage and R Samarth too walked back quickly as Nikin Jose joins hands with his skipper to resurrect the chase. 

Tamil Nadu 506/2 vs Arunachal Pradesh: This is a record-breaking total from Tamil Nadu and thanks to a brilliant double century (277, 141b, 25*4, 15*6) from N Jagadeesan and a scintillating 154 off 102 balls (19*4, 2*6) from B Sai Sudharsan as the Tamil Nadu sent the Arunachal bowlers on a leather hunt and forged a record-breaking 416-run partnership off 232 balls. Tamil Nadu became the first-ever team to breach the 500 mark in List A cricket in a Vijay Hazare Trophy match. England previously held the record when it broke its own world record for the highest score in ODI cricket after amassing 498-4 to beat the Netherlands by 232 runs in a run-fest in Amstelveen this year.

Tamil Nadu 448/2 vs Arunachal Pradesh: N Jagadeesan, simply take a bow. What a brilliant batting display this has been from the Tamil Nadu opener as he smashed a number of batting records en route to his massive 277 off just 141 balls with 25 boundaries and 15 sixes. He was released by the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) ahead of the IPL auctions and what a statement this has been. Jagadeesan now holds the world record for most consecutive centuries (five) and surpassed the legendary Kumar Sangakkara who had scored four on the trot. Simply and outstanding innings.

Tamil Nadu 416/1 vs Arunachal Pradesh: Finally the record opening stand of 416 runs has been broken but what a partnership this has been. Multiple records have been broken by Jagadeesan and Sudharshan who falls for a brilliant 102-ball 154 with 19 hits to the fence and two sixes. The previous highest total was posted by Railways 399/4 vs Mizoram in Ranchi on 15 November, 2022 and Saurashtra 397/4 vs Manipur in Delhi on 13 November, 2022.

Tamil Nadu 380/0 vs Arunachal Pradesh: B Sai Sudharsan and N Jagadeesan are in a record-breaking spree as the opening duo has now registered the highest List A opening partnership. The previous List A partnership was between M van Wyk and Cameron Delport who stitched an unbeaten 367 during the Dolphin vs Knights game in 2014. The Tamil Nadu opening pair now holds the record.

Tamil Nadu 330/0 vs Arunachal Pradesh: N Jagadeesan is batting like a dream as he has hit the joint fastest double century in List A cricket and that’s outrageous batting from the Tamil Nadu opener. Such is the dominance that Sai Sudharsan’s century is almost getting diluted but credit to Sudharsan for playing the second fiddle as the duo has now forged 330 runs for the opening wicket. 

Tamil Nadu 296/0: This is simply outstanding from Tamil Nadu as they have bossed the game right from the start with N Jagadeesan scoring a record fifth consecutive century and B Sai Sudharsan hammering yet another century and the opening pair forging an unbeaten 296-run stand. While Jagadeesan is poised to score a double century, currently batting on 169 off 104 balls with 16 boundaries and seven sixes, Sudharsan is batting on 114 off 79 balls with 15 hits to the fence. One can only feel for the Arunachal Pradesh bowlers.

Tamil Nadu 207/0 vs Arunachal Pradesh: N Jagadeesan has smashed his fifth consecutive century in the Vijay Hazare Trophy and this is a world record of sorts. He is cashing in on his red-hot form and this time he smashes a 77-ball century against Arunachal Pradesh with the help of nine boundaries and three sixes.

Pondicherry 79/6 vs Mumbai: Shams Mulani has trapped Pondicherry in a spin web with a three-wicket haul as the side is struggling with six down. Tushar Deshpande and Royston Dias have picked a wicket each and will be eyeing to wrap up the Pondicherry tail.  

Tamil Nadu 75/0 vs Arunachal Pradesh: Sai Sudharshan and Jagadeesan are matching stroke for stroke as both batsmen have opened up with the former already smashing seven boundaries and the latter hitting four boundaries and a six. Tamil Nadu is flying at the moment with a run-rate in excess of eight per over and Arunachal Pradesh is already chasing leather.

Sikkim 23/3 vs Karnataka: Koushik V with an early three-wicket burst has put Karnataka ahead as Sikkim is three down, crawling at a run-rate of 1.84. Skipper Asish Thapa is back in the hut as Nilesh Lamichaney and Sumit are resisting the relentless Karnataka attack but will have to bat out of their skin to help their side post a respectable on board.

Tamil Nadu 17/0 vs Arunachal Pradesh: B Sai Sudharsan and N Jagadeesan are out in the middle and have provided a steady start to their side. Both batsmen are in red-hot form and will be gunning to put on a batting exhibition against a relatively less experienced side. Nevertheless, it’s a chance for Arunachal Pradesh to do something special against a strong Tamil Nadu side. 

Delhi 2/1 vs Jharkhand: Early setback for Delhi as opener Dhruv Shorey falls after the Nitish Rana-led side opted to bat first. Rahul Shukla cleans up Dubey to provide an early breakthrough for Jharkhand. Kunwar Bidhuri joins the talent Yash Dhull and the duo has a job in their hands. 

Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 Today Matches - Toss Updates

Arunachal Pradesh vs Tamil Nadu, Round 6, Elite Group C

Toss: Arunachal won the toss and opted to bowl at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium

Karnataka vs Sikkim, Round 6, Elite Group B

Toss: Karnataka won the toss and opted to bowl first at Eden Gardens

Bihar vs Kerala, Round 6, Elite Group C

Toss: Bihar won the toss and opted to bat first in Alur

Maharashtra vs Mizoram, Round 6, Elite Group E

Toss: Maharashtra won the toss and opted to bat in Ranchi

Meghalaya vs Rajasthan, Round 6, Elite Group B

Toss: Meghalaya won the toss and opted to bowl in Kolkata

Bengal vs Services, Round 6, Elite Group E

Toss: Services won the toss and opted to bowl in Ranchi

Delhi vs Jharkhand, Round 6, Elite Group B

Toss: Delhi won the toss and opted to bat first in Kolkata

Assam vs Vidarbha, Round 6, Elite Group B

Toss: Assam won the toss and opted to bowl first in Kolkata

Mumbai vs Puducherry, Round 6, Elite Group E

Toss: Mumbai won the toss and opted to bowl in Ranchi

Chhattisgarh vs Goa, Round 6, Elite Group C

Toss: Chhattisgarh won the toss and opted to bat first in Bengaluru

Manipur vs Uttar Pradesh, Round 6, Elite Group A

Toss: Uttar Pradesh won the toss and opted to bowl first in Delhi

Andhra vs Haryana, Round 6, Elite Group C

Toss: Andhra opts to bowl first in Alur

Saurashtra vs Tripura, Round 6, Elite Group A

Toss: Saurashtra won the toss and opted to bowl first in Delhi

Baroda vs Uttarakhand, Round 6, Elite Group D

Toss: Baroda won the toss and opted to bowl at the Wankhede Stadium

Gujarat vs Hyderabad, Round 6, Elite Group A

Toss: Hyderabad won the toss and elected to bowl in Delhi

Odisha vs Punjab, Round 6, Elite Group D

Toss: Punjab won the toss and opted to bowl first in Mumbai

Chandigarh vs Himachal Pradesh, Round 6, Elite Group A

Toss: Chandigarh opts to bowl first in New Delhi

Madhya Pradesh vs Nagaland, Round 6, Elite Group D

Toss: Nagaland won the toss and opted to bowl first in Mumbai

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