Wow! Tamil Nadu boy hits 5 consecutive centuries in 9 days, holds world record

New Delhi | N Jagadeesan: Tamil Nadu player N Jagadishan, who was released from Chennai Super Kings even before the start of IPL 2023, has created such a great record in the last 9 days. Seeing which CSK must be feeling very sad that why this great player was dropped. N Jagadishan has made the record of playing the biggest innings in List-A cricket.

This Tamil Nadu boy N Jagadeesan has hit 5 centuries in 5 consecutive matches in List-A cricket and has become the first batsman in the world to do so.

N Jagadeesan: The 26-year-old N Jagadishan smashed 25 fours and 15 sixes in the Vijay Hazare Trophy match against Arunachal Pradesh on Monday, smashing 277 runs in just 141 balls. That is, he scored 190 runs only from the boundary.

Earlier this record was in the name of Alastair Brown of England.
Earlier, the record of playing the biggest innings in List-A was in the name of Alastair Brown of England. Who scored 268 against Glamorgan in 2002 while playing for Surrey.

The graph of centuries in five matches was like this
– 128 against Haryana,
– 168 against Goa,
– 107 against Chhattisgarh,
– 114 not out against Andhra,
277 against Arunachal Pradesh.

This also became a record
N Jagadeesan: Thanks to this innings of N Jagadishan, Tamil Nadu scored 506 runs. This is the biggest score in men’s List-A cricket. Before this, no team could even reach the figure of 500 runs. After this, Tamil Nadu won the match by 435 runs, which is also the record for the biggest win in List-A cricket. Along with this, the pair of Jagdishan and Sai Sudarshan also shared a partnership of 416 runs for the first wicket in the match. This is also the first time that a pair has added 400 runs.

Jyotsna Reddy

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