Indian cricketers Manoj Tiwari He scored a century for Bengal in his second innings of the Ranji Trophy quarter-final match against Jharkhand in Bangalore on Friday. Tiwari, who is also the Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports in West Bengal, reached the triple figure with 14 fours and a six off 152 balls. Tiwary came to bat on the fifth day when Bengal were 129 for four in their second innings. He and Abhishek Pural then added 72 runs for the fifth wicket before being bowled out for 34. Shahbaz Nadeem.
Tiwary was eventually run out for 136.
Bengal finally announced on 318/7. Shahbaz Ahmed The last wicket to fall on the score of 46. Despite the match ending in a draw after their announcement, Bengal made it to the semi-finals with their first innings lead.
Earlier, Bengal were asked to bat first, declaring 773 for seven in the first innings.
Sadeep Kumar Gharami and انستوپ مجمدار Centuries were scored, while seven other batsmen, including Tiwary, scored fifty each.
Abhishek Raman (61) and captain Abhimanyu Eswaran (65) added 132 runs for the first wicket to give Bengal a flying start.
Aishwarya was the first batsman to lose his wicket Sushant Mishra.
However, Bengal continued to dominate as Raman was in a strong partnership of 243 runs with Majumdar, who was dismissed for 117 runs. Inkol Rai.
Gharami scored a brilliant 186 runs to put more trouble on Jharkhand.
After his removal, Tiwari, Abhishek Poral, Shahbaz Ahmed, Sian Mondal, and Sky lamp All of them scored half-centuries to take Bengal to a big total.
For Jharkhand, Mishra took three wickets while Nadeem took two.
In reply, Jharkhand piled up 298 runs Virat Singh Top scoring with an unbeaten innings of 113 runs.
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