Murali Vijay returned to the field after 2 years, failed miserably in the return match, played on 13 balls only

Murali Vijay played his last test match in 2018. (File Pic)

Murli Vijay used to be an important part of the Indian Test team at one time, but due to poor form, he was dropped from the team. Now his attempt is to make a comeback in Team India.

Once an important part of India’s Test team, opener Murli Vijay returned to the cricket field after almost two years. They Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) returned to the field. The match was played between Dindigul Dragons and Ruby Trichy Warriors in TNPL on Friday. In this league, Vijay is playing for Trichy Warriors. But he could not make a good comeback. Vijay, who went on break due to personal reasons, scored very few runs while coming back. He got out after scoring just eight runs. For this he faced eight balls. He could not hit a single boundary in his innings. In this way, the return of Murali Vijay after two years remained fuzzy. However, it will be expected that he does well in the next matches in this league.

Murali played his last match before this match in the IPL-2020 played in the United Arab Emirates. Then he was part of the Chennai Super Kings captained by Mahendra Singh Dhoni. He played three IPL matches this season. That Vijay has been running out of Team India for a long time. He played his last Test match for India against Australia in Perth in December 2018.

Vijay’s team got victory

Of course, Vijay may have failed in his return, but this batsman’s team has won. Nidhish Rajagopal played a half-century innings for this team and got the team victory. Apart from him, Aditya Ganesh scored 37 runs. Chasing the target of 145 runs, this team lost the wicket of Amit Satwik early. He managed to score 28 runs in 15 balls. In his innings, this batsman hit two fours and hit a six. After that Vijay was out. But after the departure of these two, the Warriors team did not get any further setback. Rajagopal and Ganesh shared a 114-run partnership for the third wicket. Rajagopal faced 48 balls in his innings and hit six fours and a six and scored an unbeaten 64. Ganesh faced 38 balls and hit two fours.

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bowlers also did wonders

Before the batsmen, the Warriors’ bowlers also did wonders and did not allow Dindigul’s team to score more runs. None of the team’s batsmen could score even a half-century. Vignesh, the eighth-ranked batsman, scored the most runs for the team. This batsman scored 32 runs in 20 balls with the help of five fours and gave a respectable score to the team. Apart from him, captain Hari Nishant scored 25 runs, while Monish scored 24 runs.