Hazare Trophy: Vidarbha maul Haryana by nine wkts

The Tribune

The Tribune

Author 2019-10-09 10:35:00

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Vadodara

Darshan Nalkande (4/25) helped Vidarbha canter to nine-wicket win over Haryana in their Group B match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Skipper Amit Mishra’s decision to bat first backfired as Haryana were bundled out for 83 in 30.5 overs. Only three Haryana batsmen could reach double figures as they failed to stitch any substantive partnership. With four wickets, the 21-year-old Nalkande (4/25) emerged as the top wicket-taker for Vidarbha. Yash Thakur (2/16), off-spinner Akshay Wakhare (2/15) and left-arm spinner Akshay Karnewar (2/10) bagged two wickets each. Opener Faiz Fazal (38) and skipper Wasim Jaffer (32) shared 66 runs after losing Jitesh Sharma (11) early as Vidarbha romped home comfortably, scoring 85/1 in 20.4 overs.

Brief Scores: Haryana: 83 all out in 30.5 overs (A Mishra 26; DG Nalkande 4/25); Vidarbha: Vidarbha 85/1 in 20.4 overs (F Fazal 38, W Jaffer 32; J Yadav 1/29)

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