December 7, 2022
Recent Match Report – Saurashtra vs Rest of India 2022/23

rest of india 374 (Sarfaraz 138, Vihari 82, Sakariya 5-93) and 105 for 2 wickets (Abhimanyu 63*, Unadkat 2-37) defeated Saurashtra 98 (Mukesh 4-23, Malik 3-25, Sen 3-41) and 380 (Unadkat 89, Mankad 72, Jackson 71, Sen 5-94, Saurabh 3-80) by eight wickets

Kuldeep Sen picked up Saurashtra’s last two wickets early on the fourth morning, using his pace and quick bounce on offer to good effect. He finished the match with 5 for 94 and 8 for 135 for the innings as Rest of India won the Irani Cup for the 29th time with an eight-wicket win.
After being bowled out for 98 in the first innings, Saurashtra gave a better account of their batting prowess in their second innings, but with almost two days of play, they could only set the rest of India a target of 105. لعبة الروليت مجانا The one-and-a-half session saw a knock of runs, with Abhimanyu Easwaran unbeaten on 63, while adding 81 runs for the third wicket with KS Bharat, who scored 27 runs. ربح المال
Saurashtra captain Jaydev Unadkat said after the game, “We broke under the conditions. It was not a normal Rajkot wicket.” “We had to be in the game that season and we couldn’t do that. It was about an exceptional performance from someone who could have come out of that position, it didn’t happen but we fought till the end.”

The star of the day, and Saurashtra’s second innings, was Sen. He bowls a quick and full delivery to leave Saurashtra nine down to lbw Parth Bhut. Unadkat, who played the captain’s knock of 89 to carry the fight, became Sen’s final victim when he edged Bharat behind the stumps with a short and quick delivery. كيفية لعبة البوكر

Sen’s colleague Mukesh Kumar was adjudged player of the match for his spell on the first morning, when he ran into Saurashtra’s top three and later added the wicket of Sheldon Jackson to his tally. After the game, Mukesh said, “There was some help in the beginning and we tried to get him out as soon as possible.”
Abhimanyu played some flowing strokes in the chase, but the innings of the match was Sarfaraz Khan’s 178-ball 138 in Rest of India’s first innings. Sarfaraz rebounded after scoring 18 for 3 and took his team to a match-winning total with the support of Hanuma Vihari, who scored 82 runs.

“We were in a difficult position [in the first innings] On a wicket that was helping the bowlers, Sarfaraz batted beautifully,” Vihari said. “The 220-run partnership helped us gain momentum and we took the game away from him. I wanted to score a century because I had worked hard. I batted long, but in the end the contribution helped the team and I am happy.”

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