Ranji Trophy 2022-23: Sai sudharsan hands over command to Tamil Nadu on his second day against Andhra

Sai Sudharsan’s ton helped the home side reduce the second day deficit to just 24 runs after the Tamil Nadu bowlers collected 5 wickets for 20 runs to tie Andorra to 297.

Sai Sudarsan is a natural person. His ability to choose lengths, his balance, his poise in attack and defense, his determined footwork and the way he lures the ball through gaps reflect his stellar qualities.

A right-handed left-hander, the 21-year-old Sai scored 179 in his Nadu debut against Hyderabad on his second day of Ranji’s trophy and a stunning, liberating victory against Andorra on Wednesday. Scored his 113 (180b, 10×4) flowing to. On the grounds of Ramakrishna University, Coimbatore.

Tamil Nadu set the platform for a win on Day 4, batting 77 overs and he was 4 for 273.

Early in the morning, the Tamil Nadu bowlers made short work for Andorra, taking the last five wickets for 20 runs and putting the second new ball on the surface for bounces and carries. Intention and strength are tied together by a common thread: effort. Coimbatore Field offers help in the morning – with carry and seam movement, both the seemingly sharp L. Vignesh and Sandeep Warrior roll in rhythm and poison.

Once the bowler struck the strap, the blame lay on the home batter.

Opening player Sudharsan took over the stage. His partner N. Jagadeesan in good form landed some serious punches with 35 (37b, 5×4) before defeating Sailor K.V. sassicant.

Then Sai and B. Aparajith added 163 runs for 286 balls for the second wicket. A noisy partnership of different strokes of different types. Appalazis (88, 193b, 7×4, 2×6) threw some hard punches and ran hard between the turnstiles as the elegant rhino scored the ball on either side and sent the fielders out to hunt for leather.

Sudharsan fell and was caught by Sheikh Rashid at mid-on left arm spinner Lalith Mohan.

Finally, calling for quick execution and without considering the century to come, Aparajith held long before his Lalith Mohan.

There was also concern about ‘s injury.

Ayappa and Pradosh Ranjan Paul made short leg reflex catches. Subsequent x-rays showed hairline cracks. Ayappa pitched in just three overs before leaving the field.

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