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Young talented batsman Yash Dhull made a brilliant 193 runs in his first Duleep Trophy match as North Zone took a massive lead against East Zone on 433 for three in their first innings on the third day of the match here on Saturday. Took further steps. .

Young talented batsman Yash Dhull made a brilliant 193 runs in his first Duleep Trophy match as North Zone took a massive lead against East Zone on 433 for three in their first innings on the third day of the match here on Saturday. Took further steps. . Dhul, the captain of the U19 World Cup winning team, hit 28 fours and two sixes in his 236-ball knock. With his brilliant innings, North Zone took a lead of 36 runs in the first innings with seven wickets to spare.

Dhul started his own Ranji career in the same way. He scored a century in both innings of his debut match against Tamil Nadu. He once again showed his skills brilliantly and hit many lucrative shots against the bowlers of East Zone. The 19-year-old completed his century in 131 balls with the help of 15 fours, after which the team’s score was 174 for one wicket. After completing the century, he scored runs at a faster rate. After starting the day on 65 for no loss, Dhul and Manan Vohra (44) put on 128 runs for the first wicket.

This partnership was broken by Shahbaz Nadeem (107 for one wicket). Dhul then put on a brilliant 192-run partnership for the second wicket with Dhruv Shorey (81 runs). Dhul was bowled by Mani Shankar Mura Singh while Shorey was bowled by Akash Deep. After this, Himanshu Rana (62 not out) along with captain Mandeep Singh (34 not out) took the team ahead of the East Zone score. Rana hit eight fours in an unbeaten innings of 82 balls. In the second quarter-final played in Chennai, West Zone bundled out Northeast Zone’s first innings for 235 runs in 81.5 overs.

After taking a huge lead of 355 runs in the first innings, the team made 12 runs for a wicket in the second innings. West Zone declared the innings at 590 for two yesterday after their bowlers led by Jaydev Unadkat (3 for 35) and Chintan Gaza (4 for 38) stunned Northeast to four for 20. Took wickets. After this, captain Hokkaido Zhimomi (32) and Ashish Thapa (43) shared a 62-run partnership to get the team out of the predicament. Ankul Malik, who came to bat at the eighth order, scored 81 runs in 95 balls with the help of 13 fours and took the team’s score past 200.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.



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