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Vijay Hazare Trophy Quarter Finals: After Umran Malik, Jammu and Kashmir batsman created furore, scored a stormy century

New Delhi. Umran Malik impressed everyone with his fast bowling in IPL 2022. After this, this bowler from Jammu and Kashmir got a chance to play with Team India. Recently, he made his ODI debut against New Zealand (IND vs NZ) series. Now a batsman from here has caught everyone’s attention by performing well. List-A tournaments are being played against the quarter-finals of the Vijay Hazare Trophy Quarter Finals. Jammu and Kashmir is facing Assam in a match. Opener batsman Shubham Khajuria has taken the team to a big score by scoring a century.

In the match being played in Ahmedabad, Assam won the toss and decided to bowl. Shubham and Vivrant Sharma got Jammu and Kashmir off to a good start. Both added 72 runs for the first wicket. Vivrant got out after scoring 34 runs in 39 balls. After this, Shubham Khajuria made a century partnership with Heenan Nazir and took the score beyond 200 runs. Shubham completed his century off 73 balls. In the end, he got out after scoring 120 runs in 84 balls. Hit 8 fours and 8 sixes.

5th consecutive big innings
Shubham, 27, has scored more than 50 in the 5th consecutive innings. For this reason, the team of Jammu and Kashmir has been successful in reaching the quarter-finals for the first time. Earlier he had scored 72 against Punjab, 78 against Odisha, 71 against Uttarakhand and 76 against Kerala in the pre-quarterfinals. His List-A record is excellent. Before this match, Shubham had scored 1759 runs in 57 matches at an average of 31. Scored 3 centuries and 11 half-centuries. 127 runs has been the best score.

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He has scored 3001 runs in 51 matches at an average of 33 while playing for Jammu and Kashmir in first class cricket. Has scored 5 centuries and 19 half-centuries. 138 runs is the best score. Till the time of writing the news in the quarter-finals, Jammu and Kashmir have scored 245 runs for 4 wickets in 40 overs. In such a situation, his batsmen would like to take the score beyond 300 runs.

Tags: Assamese, BCCI, Jammu and Kashmir, Umran Malik, vijay hazare trophy

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