Bengals scored 577 runs against Jharkhand, Sudeep Gharami missed a double century

Bengal scored 577 from five against Jharkhand on the second day of the Ranji Trophy quarterfinals. Manoj Tiwary and Abhishek Porel played half a century after Anustup Majumdar and Sudip Kumar Gharami shared a 234-run position for second wicket. Playing ahead of 301 runs for a wicket, the Bengal batsmen continued to put pressure on the Jharkhand bowlers. Majumdar completed the century from him in the first session. On the second day, Shahbaz Nadeem dealt the first blow to Bengal by sending Majumdar to the pavilion. Majumdar faced 194 balls and scored 117 runs with the help of 15 fours.

Abhishek Raman, who left the field with injury on day one, reached the crease but returned after scoring 61 runs. After this, Gharami, who seemed to be moving towards the double century, also missed 14 races. Rahul Shukla caught it behind the wicket in the hands of Kumar Kushagra. Gharami scored 186 runs off 380 balls with the help of 21 fours and one six. Sushant Mishra made Abhishek Porel his second victim, who was trapped behind the wicket. Porel scored 68 runs off 111 balls. At the end of the second day’s game, Manoj Tiwary 54 from 146 balls and Shahbaz Ahmed came back undefeated in seven.

At the same time, in another match, Madhya Pradesh has taken an advantage over Punjab. Shubham Sharma’s century and his century partnership with starter Himanshu Mantri helped Madhya Pradesh take a 19-run lead on 238 from two in the first inning against Punjab on day two of the Ranji Trophy quarterfinals. Madhya Pradesh batsmen, however, batted very slowly during the day’s game and the team could only manage 233 runs from 98 overs. Shubham also added 120 runs for second wicket with Himanshu (89) during his 102 innings without going out. Shubham has faced 211 balls in his innings so far and has hit nine fours and one six. Himanshu faced 242 balls and hit six fours and two sixes. Punjab captain Abhishek Sharma has tried eight pitchers in Madhya Pradesh innings so far, but both successes came at the hands of Mayank Markandeya. Punjab had scored 219 runs in the first innings and now Madhya Pradesh will be looking for a big lead.

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