Priyank Panchal presented his claim for entry into Team India by hitting a century again



Author 2019-09-21 10:59:24

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New Delhi India A vs South Africa A: Priyank Panchal of Gujarat has impressed everyone on the basis of his good batting in domestic cricket continuously for some time. Once again he scored a century in the second unofficial Test match against South Africa A and strengthened his claim for entry in the Indian team. This century was a draw on the basis of his century innings and Team India won the two-match series 1–0. 

In the second match against South Africa, Priyank Panchal scored 109 runs in 192 balls with the help of 9 fours and 4 sixes. In this match, they shared a 94-run partnership with Abhimanyu Easwaran for the first wicket, while for the third wicket they shared a vital partnership of 92 runs with Karun Nair. Karun Nair also scored 51 runs. Priyank's innings was ended by South Africa A team bowler Senuran Muthusamy.

Priyank Panchal has been batting consistently well for the last few home seasons. In the last 51 First Class matches, he has scored a total of 4431 runs in 81 innings at an average of 61. In these innings, he has scored 17 centuries and 16 half-centuries. He has scored more than 140 times in these centuries. It also includes two double centuries and one triple century. He scored 1310 runs in the 2016–17 Ranji season, a record.

Priyank Panchal, 29, of Gujarat has played 88 first class matches so far in which he has scored a total of 6301 runs at an average of 47.37. He has 22 half-centuries and 23 half-centuries to his name. His best score is 314 not out. At the same time, he has 2235 runs in 58 matches of List One. 129 is his best score. Before the selection of Team India for the Test series against South Africa, it was expected that he would get a place in the Test team, but that could not happen. Now once again, he has presented his claim for Team India by playing a century innings. 


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