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Deepak Chahar’s 6-wicket Haul, Devdutt Padikkal’s Hundred Standout In Vijay Hazare Trophy


Deepak Chahar’s 6-wicket Haul, Devdutt Padikkal’s Hundred Standout In Vijay Hazare Trophy


The Vijay Hazare Trophy, a prominent 50-over domestic cricket tournament in India, has become a crucial stage for players eyeing national team selection or seeking comebacks. Following standout performances from Yuzvendra Chahal’s six-wicket haul and Sanju Samson’s resilient fifty, the recent displays by Deepak Chahar and Devdutt Padikkal have further highlighted their prowess in the tournament.

Deepak Chahar shone as the standout performer, claiming an exceptional six-wicket haul that propelled Rajasthan to victory against Gujarat. Meanwhile, Devdutt Padikkal, the Karnataka batsman, exhibited his batting prowess with a stellar century against Uttarakhand, significantly contributing to his team’s triumph.

Khaleel Ahmed initiated the momentum with an early wicket, setting the stage for Chahar’s impactful spell. Chahar’s brilliance commenced in the fifth over, dismissing the experienced opener Priyank Panchal for just three runs. His remarkable performance continued as he thoroughly dismantled the Gujarat batting lineup, accounting for five more dismissals, including Gujarat’s captain Chintan Gaja, who departed without scoring. Chahar’s excellent skill restricted Gujarat to a mere 128 runs in 29 overs, nullifying their batting strength.

Simultaneously, Padikkal’s batting spectacle unfolded against Uttarakhand. Despite early setbacks, Padikkal, with his class, navigated Karnataka through adversity. He anchored the innings, crafting an exquisite 117 runs off 122 deliveries. His innings featured 13 boundaries and five sixes. Furthermore, Padikkal surpassed the milestone of 1,500 List A runs, solidifying his stature in cricket.

In the Kerala vs. Mumbai clash, skipper Sanju Samson’s 70-ball 50 showcased his promising form. Following a disappointing Syed Mushtaq Ali season, Samson aims for a strong showing in this tournament and also a good IPL season in the coming days to regain attention. Kerala, however, were dismissed for 231 with Mohit Awasthi securing a four-wicket haul.

Sai Sudharsan’s impressive 125 guided Tamil Nadu to a total of 296 against Goa in Group E, while Harshal Patel-led Haryana bowled out Bihar for 112 in Group C.


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