Ranji Trophy: Sports Minister scored a century, scored 136 runs on the basis of 21 boundaries, the team reached the semi-finals

Manoj Tiwary hits a hundred in the Ranji Trophy quarter-finals

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Bengal vs Jharkhand Ranji Trophy 1st quarter final

West Bengal’s Sports Minister Manoj Tiwari has once again shown his mettle in the Ranji Trophy. Manoj Tiwary scored a century in the second innings against Jharkhand, scoring 136 runs from his bat. Manoj Tiwari hit 19 fours and 2 sixes in his innings. This match between Bengal and Jharkhand was a draw and on the basis of first innings lead, Bengal has made it to the semi-finals.

Batting first, West Bengal scored 773 for 7 in the first innings. Sudeep Kumar Gharami scored 186 and Anustup Majumdar scored 117 runs. Manoj Tiwary also scored 73 runs in the first innings. Let us tell you that 9 batsmen scored more than 50 runs in the first innings for Bengal and also made a world record.

Sudeep Kumar Gharami, who scored 186 runs in the first innings, was adjudged the player of the match. Talking about Jharkhand, Virat Singh scored an unbeaten 113 runs in the first innings from his over, but the team was bundled out for just 298 runs.

Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Mumbai and Uttar Pradesh have made it to the semi-finals of the Ranji Trophy. The semi-final matches will be played from June 14. On June 14, the first semi-final will be between Bengal and Madhya Pradesh. On the other hand, Mumbai and Uttar Pradesh will compete in the second semi-final.