Narayan Jagadeesan in Vijay Hazare Trophy 277(141), Double hundred from just 114 balls in Vijay Hazare 2022
N Jagadeesan: Tamil Nadu cricketer’s centuries.. World record break.. CSK left for auction to be sad..!
- Jagadeesan hits fifth consecutive century in Vijay Hazare Trophy
- Recorded as the first cricketer to achieve this feat in List-A cricket
- Jagadeeshan also broke the records of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli
N Jagadeesan: Tamil Nadu wicket keeper batsman Narayan Jagadeesan is enjoying the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Jagadeesan, who scored his fifth consecutive century, made it a double century and broke the record held by England’s Alistair Brown (268 runs) as the highest individual score in List-A cricket. Jagadeeshan scored 277 runs off 141 balls. Rohit Sharma also broke the record of 264 runs. This Tamil Nadu cricketer who hit 25 fours and 15 sixes against Arunachal Pradesh scored runs at a strike rate of 196.45. Read Also | Hanu-Man teaser: Superhero elements mixed with mythology
Jagadeeshan also created a record as the first cricketer to score five consecutive centuries in List-A cricket. Jagadeeshan, who had a toy with the Arunachal bowlers, completed the century in just 76 balls. It is remarkable that he completed the next century in just 38 balls. Jagadeesan and Sai Sudarshan (154 off 102 balls) added 416 runs in 38.3 overs for the first wicket in the match being held at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. In this match, Tamil Nadu scored 506 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in 50 overs. This is also the highest score recorded by a team in List-A cricket (England scored 498 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in this year’s ODI against Netherlands.. Tamilnadu team has now broken that record). Jagadeesan was dismissed for the second wicket in the 41.4th over. Otherwise, he would have easily scored a triple century.
Records galore in Bengaluru 🔥🔝— BCCI Domestic (@BCCIdomestic) November 21, 2022
Take a look at some magical milestones from the Tamil Nadu innings courtesy of @Jagadeesan_200 & B Sai Sudharsan 👏👏
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This Tamil Nadu player, who remained not out with 114 runs in the match against Andhra, scored 107 runs against Chhattisgarh, 168 runs against Goa and 128 runs against Haryana. Jagadeeshan, who created a record as the first cricketer to register five consecutive List-A centuries, broke the records of Kumar Sangakkara, Devdutt Padikkal and Alviro Pietersen. Sangakkara scored 4 consecutive centuries in the 2015 World Cup. Virat Kohli, Prithvi Shah and Devdutt Padikkal also scored four consecutive centuries in List-A cricket. Kohli scored 4 consecutive centuries in the Vijay Hazare Trophy in the 2008-09 season.
Chennai Super Kings left for auction
In the IPL 2022 mega auction, Jagadeeshan was acquired by Chennai Super Kings for a base price of Rs.20 lakh. Jagadeesan, who played seven IPL matches from IPL 2020 to 2022, batted in four matches and scored 79 runs at a strike rate of 110.61. His highest score in IPL was 39 not out against Gujarat Titans at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai in 2022. Chennai Super Kings released him before the IPL 2023 mini auction. IPL franchises are likely to compete to land Jagadeeshan, who is ringing in centuries in the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Apart from playing as an opener, this Tamil Nadu cricketer has a chance to be sold at a good price in the auction as he can keep the wicket.
Highest Individual Score in List – A Cricket – N Jagadeesan— CricketStan (@CricketStan) November 21, 2022
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List-What is Cricket?
Limited overs cricket where each team plays 40 to 60 overs is called List-A cricket. Teams competing in first class cricket play one innings after another. Each innings has specific overs. In terms of international cricket, if ODIs come under List-A, then Tests come under First Class Cricket.