Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019: October 14 Key Performances, Results
Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20 is in its last phase and the competition has grown fierce. Let us have a look at all the latest results
Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019 Results: Monday, October 14, 2019
Puducherry vs Manipur
Manipur were bowled out for 109 with Vinay Kumar picking up four wickets. Arun Karthik scored an unbeaten 67 to secure an easy win for Puducherry.
Railways vs Bengal
Bengal scored 223 and were bowled in 49.1 overs. Chasing a target of 224, Railways began well but lost the momentum in the latter part of their innings and the match ended in a tie.
Services vs Bihar
Bihar chose to bat first and scored 267 in 50 overs. Divesh Pathania picked up three wickets for Services. The target was easily chased by Services in 48.4 overs. Ravi Chauhan top scored with 86.
Gujarat vs Jammu & Kashmir
Gujarat continued their winning streak by chasing down 279 inside just 38 overs. Priyank Panchal scored a brilliant century and was well-supported by skipper Parthiv Patel who scored a quickfire 63.
Vidarbha vs Uttar Pradesh
UP opting to bat first could not score a big total and were bowled out for 211. The score proved enough for Vidarbha as they bundled out for 102 with Saurabh Kumar grabbing 6 wickets.
Delhi vs Punjab
Delhi and Punjab turned out to be a close contest. Punjab invited Delhi to bat and Delhi were able to score 220 in 50 overs. Punjab lost some wickets initially but were in control of the chase before losing the momentum in the concluding stage of the match and ended up losing by a narrow margin of five runs.
Baroda vs Himachal Pradesh
Baroda opted to chase in this low scoring match. Himachal Pradesh posted a score of 161. Baroda chased it inside 35 overs but lost 8 wickets. Swapnil Singh scored 66.
Nagaland vs Chandigarh
Nagaland invited Chandigarh to bat first and they posted a score of 220. Nagaland managed to chase the total with Aosashi Longchar being the top-scorer with 76.
Assam vs Meghalaya
Assam bowled Meghalaya out for a paltry score of 100. They chased it down comfortably inside 18 overs and won by 6 wickets.
Saurashtra vs Goa
Saurashtra emerged victorious in a rain-induced game which was a 28-over a side affair. Goa posted 154 from 28 overs. Saurashtra chased it with 5 wickets to spare.
Mumbai vs Kerala
Having opted to bat first Kerala could only score 199. In reply, Mumbai were able to get over the line in only 38.2 overs with the loss of 2 wickets.
Hyderabad vs Chhatisgarh
Chhatisgarh batting first could not score big and ended with a score of 171. Hyderabad's run-chase never got going and they were eventually bowled out for 147. Chhatisgarh won by 24 runs.