Tanmay’s Record-Breaking Triple Century: 300 off 147 Balls!

Hyderabad’s opener, Tanmay Agarwal, shattered three records on Friday. During the Ranji Trophy Round-4 match against Arunachal Pradesh at the Neksansi Cricket Ground in Hyderabad, he unleashed a blistering triple century, scoring 323 runs off 147 balls. Despite this remarkable feat, his innings remains unfinished as he will continue his onslaught on Saturday.

Agarwal Surpasses Markram’s Record

Agarwal surpassed South African cricketer Markram’s record set in 2017 against East Province, where he scored 300 runs off 191 balls.

Record-Breaking Sixes in a Single Innings

Agarwal’s innings was adorned with 21 sixes, setting a new record in the Ranji Trophy. Previously held by Ishan Kishan, who smashed 14 sixes in a single innings.

Ravishastri’s 39-Year-Old Record Broken

According to sports reports, Tanmay Agarwal broke the 39-year-old record of former Indian captain Ravi Shastri by scoring 200 runs off 119 balls in this innings. Shastri held the record for the fastest double century in first-class cricket by an Indian player. Now, Agarwal leads the charts.

Dominating Day 1 for Hyderabad

Hyderabad commenced their innings on the first day, amassing a total of 529 runs in 48 overs. Opening batsman Tanmay Agarwal and captain Rahul Singh initiated the innings. While Singh scored 185 runs off 105 balls before getting out, Agarwal’s unbeaten score stands at 323 runs. Abhirath Reddy contributed 19 runs off 24 balls.

Other Updates from Ranji Matches

  • Bengal’s Majumdar and Andhra’s Hanuma Vihari Shine: Bengal’s Anustup Majumdar remained unbeaten at 120 runs against Uttar Pradesh in Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. Meanwhile, Andhra’s Hanuma Vihari scored an unbeaten 119* runs against Chhattisgarh in Raipur.
  • Karnataka’s Impressive Batting: Karnataka posted a formidable total of 241 runs for 8 wickets against Tripura in Agartala during the Group C match. Captain Manish Agarwal scored 51 runs, while Kishan Bedi contributed 62 runs to their innings. Vijaykumar Vaishakh took 3 wickets for Tripura.
  • Goa’s Collapse: Goa faced a collapse against Punjab in Porvorim, managing to score only 104 runs before being all-out. Arjun Tendulkar was the top scorer with 23 runs. Mank Markande took 4 wickets for Punjab. Punjab, in their first innings, scored 95 runs for the loss of 4 wickets, with captain Mandeep Singh contributing 20 runs and Anmolpreet Singh adding 39 runs.

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