Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored usually 9 runs on his lapse to domestic cricket though Jharkhand managed to kick a energetic Jammu and Kashmir by 9 runs in a opening organisation B joining compare of a Vijay Hazare Trophy on Thursday.
Batting first, Jharkhand were all out for 210 in 50 overs though afterwards bowled good to shorten JK to 201 for 7 in 50 overs.
Dhoni, who played for his home state after 8 prolonged years, lasted 24 balls before he attempted to strike 22-year-old left-arm spinner Waseem Raza and in a routine was held Parveez Rasool.
India’s singular overs captain came into bat during a start of a 21st over though a slowness of a representation done it formidable to play his strokes.
Save a unique boundary, he found it formidable to even poke around as Rasool (1/30 in 10 overs) and Raza (3/21 in 10 overs) kept batsmen underneath check.
Apart from Ishank Jaggi, who scored 54 opening a innings and Kaushal Singh (53), nothing of a other Jharkhand players even crossed 20.
When JK batted, it was a spin of left-arm spinner and IPL unchanging Shahbaz Nadeem (3/28) to torture a antithesis while India’s Test pacer Varun Aaron (0/52 in 10 overs) was taken to charge by Rasool.
While Aaron captained a side, it was probably Dhoni, who led a side as his knowledge of bowling changes came in accessible in a end.
Opener Shubham Khajuria (60) squandered too many balls during his 106-ball knock. Rasool looked in good hold scoring 63 off 67 balls before he was bowled off a Jaskaran smoothness finale JK chances of winning a match.
Brief Scores: Jharkhand 210 in 50 overs (MS Dhoni 9, Ishank Jaggi 54, Kaushal Singh 53, Waseem Raza 3/31)
Jammu and Kashmir 201/7 in 50 overs (Parveez Rasool 63, Shubham Khajuria 60, Shahbaz Nadeem 3/28). Jharkhand won by 9 runs. Points: Jharkhand 4; JK 0.
Mumbai down Punjab by 5 wickets in Vijay Hazare
Opener Jay Bista and Abhishek Nayar’s timely knocks helped Mumbai conflict Punjab by 5 wickets to accumulate 4 essential points in a Group A Vijay Hazare cricket compare on Thursday.
Chasing 255 for a win during Gymkhana Ground, Mumbai cantered home in 45.1 overs with Nayar dominant on 44.
But Bista’s 92 it was that laid a substructure for a comparatively well-spoken follow that was strike in between by pace
spearhead Siddarth Kaul’s 3 wickets.
Earlier Punjab skipper Yuvraj Singh strike a run-a-ball 93 to assistance his side conduct 254 all out in 48.1 overs.
Mumbai medium-pacers Dhawal Kulkarni and Sagar Trivedi kept spiteful a Punjab batting as they picked adult 3 wickets each. Left-arm spinner Iqbal Abdullah and part-time off-spinner Bista also common dual wickets apiece.
Punjab 254 all out on 48.1 overs (Yuvraj Singh 93, Mandeep Singh 41; Dhawal Kulkarni 3-41, Sagar Trivedi 3-21)
Mumbai 255/5 in 45.1 overs (Jay Bista 92, Abhishek Nayar 44 not out; Siddarth Kaul 3-58).