DEODHAR TROPHY, 2019
Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal scored centuries for India C © Getty
Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal’s centuries, garnished by a 29-ball unbeaten 72 from Suryakumar Yadav, and Jajal Saxena’s seven-for helped India C to a huge 232-urge victory over India A in Ranchi on Friday (November 1).
After opting to bat, Gill walked out with his opening partner Agarwal and collectively the duo set on a 226-urge stand to totally frustrate the India A bowlers for step forward. Agarwal used to be the more attacking of the 2, striking consistently at over 90, and raised his century in the 34th over with a beautiful leg boundary, off just 96 deliveries. Gill picked up scamper from there on, and went to raise his hundred in the same over as Hanuma Vhari obtained his crew the main wicket since morning. Agarwal fell for 120, having hit 15 boundaries and a six in his 111-ball effort.
Priyam Garg, walking in at No. 3, took on Ravi Bishnoi and hit him for a six and four sooner than the bowler had his revenge in the same over. Alternatively, India A didn’t capitalise on the 2 wickets in fleet succession, allowing Suryakumar Yadav to manufacture two a must-enjoy partnerships that put collectively India C for a huge rating. Gill, who’d switched gears after his century, toyed with the A bowlers sooner than Ashwin denied him a 150. The India C captain fell just seven quick of the landmark, having scored a a142-ball 143 laced with half a dozen sixes and 10 boundaries.
Alternatively, there used to be no respite for the A bowlers as Suryakumar went berserk. From 17 off 15 on the raze of 47th over, the Mumbai batsman hit seven fours and four sixes to elevate out with an unbeaten 72. He raised his half-century off just 24, and his 29-ball new helped C to a huge 366 from their disbursed overs.
India A had a forgettable beginning to the lope, shedding three of their prime-four for just 17 runs on the board, inside four overs, with Ishan Porel claiming two and Dhawal Kulkarni sending back Vishnu Vinod. Devdutt Padikkal and Bhargav Merai equipped some resistance with a 54-urge partnership for the fourth wicket. And from there on, Saxena took over, claiming the complete remaining seven wickets.
The duo fell two runs aside, and Saxena went on to raze his 5-for with the wicket of Ishan Kishan. From 74 for 3, India A slipped to 134 all out in the 30th over, giving C a mountainous steal to soar to the tip of the components table. Winless after 2 video games, India A enjoy therefore been knocked out of the match with the diversified two groups progressing to the remaining.
Brief rankings:India C 366/3 in 50 overs (Shubhman Gill 143, Mayank Agarwal 120, Suryakumar Yadav 72*; R Ashwin 1-57) beat India A 134 all out in 29.5 overs (Bhargav Merai 30, Ishan Kishan 25; Jalaj Saxena 7-41) by 232 runs.