Vijay Hazare Trophy: Mayank Agarwal slams ton in Karnataka`s big win over Goa
Bangalore: Opener Mayank Agarwal hammered his way to a superb 116 as Karnataka thrashed Goa by 71 runs in a one-sided South Zone match in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, here today.
Agarwal smashed 13 boundaries and three sixes in his explosive knock to help Karnataka post a huge 312 for nine at Chinnaswamy stadium.
Mayank shared a useful 94 runs partnership for second wicket with inform Lokesh Rahul (40) as the duo consolidated the innings after the fall of Robin Uthappa`s (27) wicket.
Following Rahul`s dismissal, Manish Pandey also played a crucial role as he added 70 runs for third wicket with Mayank.
Karun Nair (23) and Chidamabaram Gautam (20), did their bit in taking the game away from Goa.
A R Yadav was the most successful bowler for the visitors with figures of three for 54 and Shadab Jakati two for 52. H H Gadekar, S A Badiuzzmama and A Garg bagged one wicket each.
In reply, Goa were bowled out for 241 even as Sagun Kamat (63) and D W Misal (42) put up a brave front. They knit together a 58-run stand for the sixth wicket.
No other Goan batsmen could resist the Karnataka bowlers well as the visitors failed to build partnerships, which was crucial in chasing a 300-plus target.
Abrar Kazi and captain Vinay Kumar claimed four and three wickets respectively. Nair, Pandey and Rahul took wicket apiece.
In the second match, Andhra Pradesh sprung a surprise as they overwhelmed traditional arch-rivals Hyderabad by six wickets.
Electing to bat, Hyderabad could manage a paltry 166 in 47.5 overs with Habeeb Ahmed and Hanuma Vihari scoring 44 and 43 each.
S B Dasari ran through the Hyderabad innings with a match-winning figures of four for 21 in 4.5 overs. Dasari was well supported by P Vijay Kumar who claimed two wickets after conceding 37 runs.
In reply, Andhra chased the target at the expense of just four wickets and with 59 balls to spare.
Opener K S Bharath played a stellar role by scoring 60 off 87 balls, before he was given out leg before to T Suman. The other wicket-taker for Hyderabad was India discard Pragyan Ojha who scalped two wickets for 46 runs in 10 overs.
Tamil Nadu and Kerala game was abandoned due to rains.
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