Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20: Ishan Porel, Shreevats Goswami help Bengal to thumping eight-wicket win
's six wickets coupled with an unbeaten 86 from helped register a thumping eight-wicket win over in a Round 5 Elite Group C match of the on Monday.
Put into bat, Porel opened with a devastating spell and ran through the J&K top order at the Jaipuria Vidyalaya Ground in Jaipur. Courtesy, the India A speedster, J&K found themselves with half their back in the hut as early as the 10th over. An unbeaten 57 from Ram Dayal along with Fazil Rashid's 43 helped J&K to 169 in 48.2 overs
Porel returned with impressive figures of 6/34 in his 10 overs, while senior pacer Ashok Dinda (2/27) was also among wickets.
Chasing the modest score, left-handed Goswami tonked 10 boundaries and one six during his 80-ball knock. He found valuable support from Abhimanyu Easwaran (51) as the duo stitched 118 runs for the opening stand as Bengal comfortably chased down the target in 28 overs. Former captain Manoj Tiwary remained unbeaten on 27.
Brief scores: Bengal 175/2 in 28 overs (Shreevats Goswami 86*, Abhimanyu Easwaran 51) beat Jammu and Kashmir 169 all out in 48.2 overs (Ram Dayal 57*, Fazil Rashid 43; Ishan Porel 6/34) by 8 wickets.
At Jaipur's KL Saini Ground, defeated by seven wickets. Sent into bat, Madhya Pradesh bowled out Bihar for 137 in 40.4 overs. Mihir Hirwani and Gaurav Yadav did the bulk of the damage sharing seven wickets between them. Hirwani pocketed 4/29 in 8.4 overs, while Yadav added three wickets to his tally conceding 41 runs in 10 overs.
MP chased down the target in 27.4 overs for the loss of three wickets. Captain Rajat Patidar top scored with 48, while Mukul Raghav chipped in with 46.
Brief scores: Madhya Pradesh 138/3 in 27.4 overs (Rajat Patidar 48, Mukul Raghav 46) beat Bihar 137 all out in 40.4 overs (Mihir Hirwani 4/29, Gaurav Yadav 3/41) by 7 wickets.
In another Group C encounter, beat by a comfortable 101-run margin. Gujarat rode on Bhargav Merai's 125-run knock to post a challenging 305 all out, a target which proved to be a tall task for Tripura as they could only muster 204 for eight in their 50 overs.
Brief scores: Gujarat 305 all out (Bhargav Merai 125, Manprit Juneja 50; Ajoy Sarkar 3/68) beat Tripura 204/8 (Milind Kumar 103*, Tanmay Mishra 62; Chintan Gaja 2/17) by 101 runs.