The whole team could not make 100 runs together, 3 bowlers did all the work of 10 batsmen

Saurashtra’s batsmen performed extremely disappointingly on the first day of the Irani Trophy and the entire team was all out before 100 runs.

Saurashtra’s batting piled up. (BCCI Photo)

India’s domestic season has started. The Irani Trophy has started from Saturday. Rest of India face Saurashtra It is happening since and on the very first day of the match, the havoc of the bowlers has been seen. This match is being played at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot. The hosts had come out to bat first but their batsmen disappointed them very much. The entire team could not even score 100 runs together and was all out.

Saurashtra’s team, adorned with players like Cheteshwar Pujara, Sheldon Jackson, was all out for just 98 runs in 24.5 overs. Only three of his batsmen could reach the double figures. The team’s highest scorer was the ninth number batsman Dharmendrasinh Jadeja. He scored 28 runs in 36 balls. He hit six fours in his innings.

top order crash

Saurashtra’s top order failed completely after playing the first innings. On just five runs, the team gave its four wickets. Harvike Desai returned to the pavilion for four runs. Chirag Jani’s card was also cut on this score. Cheteshwar Pujara, who returned after spreading the shine of his bat in county cricket, could not take his innings beyond one run. Snell Patel could not take his innings beyond four.

Arpit Vasavada tried to handle the team with some good shots but he could not take his innings beyond 22 runs. He faced 19 balls and hit four fours. His wicket fell on the total score of 30 runs. Jackson (2) was out after scoring a total of 34. Prerak Mankad could not go beyond nine runs. Captain Jaydev Unadkat somehow scored 12 runs.

Jadeja fought

Meanwhile, Jadeja fought from one end and tried to take the team beyond 100. On their own, the team could not reach 98 runs, otherwise reaching here was also difficult for Saurashtra.

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