Real cricket match prediction: Ranji Round 4: Hat-trick hero Unadkat goes wild on his first day

Hat trick in 1 over? Ask Jaydev Unadkat how it feels. After his second friendly in Bangladesh, the left-handed Ranji returned to his trophy announcing a stunning comeback, scoring a goal in software around the world after scoring a hat-trick. . Here’s how the hat-trick happened.
Dhruv Shorey was bowled off the third ball of the innings and Vaibhav Rawal was caught before Delhi captain Yash Dhull was pinned in front. Unadkat finished with his 39-for-8 and Delhi were eliminated by just 144. They scored 80 runs for the ninth wicket thanks to Hrithik Shokeen and Shivank Vashish.

Tushar Deshpande’s Brabourne 5 from 37 at his stadium knocked Tamil Nadu out of the tournament with 144 on the opening morning, but Mumbai, despite gaining the advantage, dropped him from 6 to 6 at Stumps itself. Stuck with a small soup at 183. Captain Ajinkya Rahane scored 43 to 42 before falling, but it will be a relief to see Sarfaraz Khan still there at 46*.

T Ravi Teja’s 5-to-34 helped Hyderabad beat Andhra by just 135, while Abhishek Reddy’s 81 stood out at the top of the rankings. Hyderabad finished the day with 79/3. top knock

Abhimanyu Easwaran, who played on the course named after him, celebrated his feat with an unbeaten 141 and helped Bengal finish his day one with his 269/3 against Uttarakhand. rice field. Mayank Mishra picked and beat all three wickets.

Punit Bist posted an impressive double 100 against Meghalaya, shooting 205* out of 193 shots in a row that put him on 35. He hit 4 and 6. Kishan Lyngdoh also contributed his 128 to the top of the standings, Meghalaya finished with his 424/3 against Arunachal Pradesh. , decided to go bowling, moved on funny.

Vishnu Solanki scored an excellent 164* against Himachal Pradesh at Vadodara and helped Baroda finish day one with 327/7 after scoring a hit. Harvik Desai prevented Delhi from recovering from Unadkat’s attack, pushing 1 ton to the top of the order. With 104 not out, he considers adding more to his 184/1 Saurashtra nightly score.

Ashutosh Singh’s 118* and Amandeep Khare’s 93 thwarted his Karnataka plans and the hosts opted to bowl first, giving him 267/5 on the opening day to Chattisgarh.

Manan Vohra scored a fast 147-ball century and found a capable ally in Kunal Mahajan (103*) when Chandigarh scored 313/2 off his Stumps against Tripur.

Mohammad Saif scored his 161* as Railways finished his first day with 322/8. It didn’t always look comfortable, especially when the sides were reduced from 14/2 to 136/5.

Madhya Pradesh struggled with his 11/3 and found a savior in Rajat Patidar, scoring 121 and against Vidarbha he helped his side finish with 234/6.

His 120* for Nehal Wadera helped Punjab end his day with his 276/7 against Gujarat. Chintan Gaja he finished with three wickets.

His 112* for Rohan prem against Goa helped Kerala achieve his 247/5 steady in the stumps.

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