Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2021/22: These teams reached the quarterfinals

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Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2021/22 November 9 Points table summary Schedule and results Quarter-finals

Captain Vijay Shankar and Narayan Jagadeesan’s 1950s helped Tamil Nadu reach the elite Group A quarterfinals of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 tournament, beating Punjab by seven wickets with 17 balls to spare, here on Tuesday.

Punjab decided to hit first against Tamil Nadu, but his team could only hit 145 out of six despite Gurkeerat Singh Mann’s 43 not being eliminated and Shubman Gill’s 34. Tamil Nadu did not start well either. His score was 31 for two at one point, but Jagadeesan (67 runs from 47 balls) and Vijay Shankar (59 not out of 40 balls) shared 105 runs for the third wicket to make Tamil Nadu 148 for three in 17.1 overs. scoring runs.

Maharashtra vs Goa

In another Group A match, Maharashtra recorded a massive 73-run win over Goa. This was Maharashtra’s fourth victory as Tamil Nadu. Both teams shared 16 points, but in a match played between Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra beat Maharashtra by 12 runs to reach the quarterfinals. Maharashtra will face the top of the plate group, Vidarbha, in the previous quarter-finals.

Maharashtra took three wickets in another match with Yash Nahar Century (103 not out of 68 balls, six fours, five sixes) and his 104-run partnership for the first field with captain Ruturaj Gaikwad (44 of 34 balls). He scored 177 runs and then eliminated Goa by 104 in 18.1 overs. Satyajit Bachav took three plots for Maharashtra. In another Group A match, Pondicherry beat Odisha by six wickets. Odisha scored 132 runs for seven wickets. Pondicherry scored 136 of four in 19 overs with the help of 54 unbeaten by Paras Dogra.

Rajasthan vs Haryana

Deepak Hooda’s half-century and excellent bowling from Mohit Jain and Kamlesh Nagarkoti helped Rajasthan qualify for the quarter-finals of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 tournament as they finished on top with a 30-run win over Haryana in the Group C on Tuesday. Rajasthan posted a challenging 155 of six despite losing two of four in the fifth round, thanks to Hooda’s half-century (75) and his 87-run third-field partnership with Mahipal Lomror (46). Hooda faced 47 balls and hit five fours and four sixes. In response, Haryana’s team was packed for 125 runs in 19.1 overs to the effective bowlers of Mohit (4 of 14) and Nagarkoti (3 of 25). Shubham Sharma took a wicket for 17 runs in four overs while bowling was cheap. For Haryana, starter Chaitanya Bishnoi scored 41 runs. Apart from him, only Shivam Chauhan (20) could touch the 20-race mark.

Jharkhand vs Jammu and Kashmir

In the other two group matches, Jharkhand beat Jammu and Kashmir by five wickets, while Himachal Pradesh beat Andhra Pradesh by 30 runs. After restricting Jammu and Kashmir to 156 for six, Jharkhand recorded a victory at 157 for five in 19.2 overs with the help of innings from Virat Singh (40), Ishank Jaggi (30) and Kaushal Singh (30).

Himachal Pradesh vs Andhra Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh scored 148 of seven and closed Andhra Pradesh with 118 runs to record a victory. For Himachal, Pankaj Jaiswal took five of 18, while skipper Rishi Dhawan took three wickets for 16 runs. Rajasthan scored 20 points. Himachal finished second with 12 points to advance to the quarter-finals where they will meet Kerala on November 16.

Gujarat vs Bihar

Texas Patel’s bowling pitch followed by the combative tackles of goalie-hitter Het Patel as Gujarat qualified for the quarterfinals on top of a five-wicket victory over Bihar in a Syed Mushtaq Ali Group D match here on Tuesday. Faced with effective Texas bowling (3 of 27), the Bihar team could only handle 118 runs for six wickets despite Mangal Mahor’s half-century (64 not out). Arjan Nagwaswala pitched cheap, 19 in four overs, while Hardik Patel took a wicket for nine runs in three overs. Chasing the target, Het scored an undefeated 45 of 52 balls with the help of five fours and posted a 121-of-five win in 19.1 overs. Urvil Patel did 33 while Piyush Chawla did 27 no. Chawla and Het shared an unbroken 60-race position for sixth when the team was in trouble for 61 races with the loss of five wickets. Gujarat topped the table with 16 points from five matches, four wins and one loss.

Kerala vs Madhya Pradesh

Kerala beat Madhya Pradesh by a whopping eight wickets and qualified for the quarterfinals of the group where they will face Himachal Pradesh on November 16. Kerala and Madhya Pradesh shared 12 points, but thanks to their victory in today’s match, Kerala qualified for knockouts, while Madhya Pradesh was eliminated from the tournament. Madhya Pradesh scored 171 of five thanks to a 77-run hit by Rajat Patidar. In response, Kerala won 172 for two in 18 overs with half a century from Sachin Baby (51 not out) and skipper Sanju Samson (56 not out) and a third unbroken partnership of 110 runs between the two. In another match, the Railways recorded a 48-run victory by restricting Assam to 117 for six after Captain Mrinal Deodhar (51) scored 165 for six thanks to half a century from Captain Mrinal Deodhar (51).

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Saurashtra vs Delhi

Veteran hitter Sheldon Jackson scored a great half century when Saurashtra beat Delhi by 13 runs to enter the Group E quarterfinals of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 tournament here on Tuesday. Saurashtra shattered Delhi’s dream of hitting knockouts. Batting first, Saurashtra scored 166 of six on Jackson’s unbeaten 79 and Chirag Jani’s stormy 42 hit. Shivank Vashisht took two plots for Delhi. The Delhi batsmen were unable to take advantage of the good start and in the end their team was able to reach 153 runs for five wickets. Dhruv Shorey (33), Anuj Rawat (31), Nitish Rana (25) and Lalit Yadav (28) were unable to play long innings. Kushang Patel took two windows for Saurashtra. With this victory, Saurashtra finished second with 16 points to reach the quarterfinals where they will face Karnataka. Delhi failed to reach the knockout staying at number three with 12 points.

Hyderabad vs Uttar Pradesh

Hyderabad was the team that made it to the bottom eight of Group E. In another match, they beat Uttar Pradesh by 29 runs on a lethal bowling pin from Chama Milind to record their fifth consecutive victory and enter the quarter-finals where they will face Gujarat. , leader of Group D. Batting first, Hyderabad scored 147 of seven with the help of 62 from captain Tanmay Agarwal and 38 unbeaten by Rahul Buddhi. In response, the Uttar Pradesh team managed 118 runs in 19.2 overs. For his part, Akshdeep Nath scored the 36 highest runs. Milind took five wickets for eight races. In another Group E match, Chandigarh beat Uttarakhand by six wickets. This is Chandigarh’s first victory in the tournament, while Uttarakhand lost all their matches.

Bengal vs Karnataka

Starter Abhimanyu Easwaran scored a half-century undefeated as Bengal advanced to the quarterfinals after beating Karnataka by seven wickets in a Group B match of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament here on Tuesday. Bengal accumulated 16 points in five games with four wins and one loss. Karnataka also finished with 16 points from four wins and one loss, but the loss against Bengal had to settle for second place and the team will now face Saurashtra in the quarterfinals on November 16. Bengal scored an unbeaten 51 for Easwaran in 18 overs after restricting Karnataka to 134 for eight with the effective pitch of Mukesh Kumar (3 of 33) and Pradipta Pramanik (2 of 33). Won 138 races for three wickets. Easwaran faced 49 balls and hit four fours and six. Apart from them, Kaif Ahmed contributed 34 no-outs, while Wriddhiman Saha contributed 27 runs. Karun Nair was Karnataka’s leading scorer with 44 runs, while captain Manish Pandey scored 32 runs.

Bombay vs Baroda

In other group matches, Mumbai beat Baroda by a wide margin of 82 runs, while Chhattisgarh beat Sena by 35 runs. Mumbai posted a massive 193 total for two thanks to the half centuries of Prithvi Shaw (83) and skipper Ajinkya Rahane (71) and a 151-career opening partnership between the two. In response, Baroda’s team was only able to achieve 111 of nine against the excellent bowling of Tanush Kotian (4 of 16) and Mohit Awasthi (2 of 23). Starter Vishnu Solanki was Baroda’s leading scorer with 27 runs.

Chhattisgarh against the army

Chhattisgarh knocked out Sena by 141 in 19.5 overs after starters Shashank Chandrakar (67) and Sanjit Desai (62 not out) scored 176 of three with a half a century off starters Shashank Chandrakar (67 not out). For Chhattisgarh, Shubham Agarwal took five wickets for 13 races. The Mumbai team secured third place with 12 points while Chhattisgarh secured fourth place with eight points. Army and Baroda had four points each.


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