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“Potential ODI monster”, Twitter reacts as Ruturaj Gaikwad has 5 hundreds from the last 6 innings in Vijay Hazare Trophy

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Whether or not the selectors paid attention, Ruturaj Gaikwad responded by hitting a century in the Vijay Hazare Trophy. The Vijay Hazare Trophy is one of the most important domestic cricket tournaments in India, and it has just begun. The match was played at MECON Stadium between Maharashtra and Railways. After winning the toss, Maharashtra elected to bowl first. For this reason, the Railways put a goal of 219 runs on the board for Maharashtra to reach in 50 overs. Maharashtra easily accomplished this thanks to the century innings of Team India’s Ruturaj Gaikwad.

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The match against Railways was won by the Maharashtra cricket team thanks to the superb leadership innings played by the team’s lethal opener, Rituraj Gaikwad. This is a fantastic century for him. For this reason, he is receiving a great deal of acclaim at the present time. Gaikwad not only scored a century, but he also did not get out. Playing the captain’s innings against the Railways, he caused chaos.

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Gaikwad batted with a strike rate of 100.81 and scored 124 runs off 123 balls. During this time he hit 8 fours and 7 sixes over the fence.

Both Rituraj Gaikwad and his batting partner, Rahul Tripathi, did well in the match. Tripathi’s stunning fifty was the highlight of the match. In 80 balls, Rahul Tripathi blasted 75 runs. With his bat, he hit 10 fours and a huge six.

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Later on, however, veteran leg-spinner Karan Sharma got him out and sent him back to the pavilion with a whimper. The Railways scored 218 runs while batting first, losing 8 wickets. Wherein SM Kazi was Maharashtra’s most effective bowler. He claimed two dismissals to his name. After that, Maharashtra won by 7 wickets thanks to the solid batting of Rituraj Gaikwad and Rahul Tripathi.

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