Hyderabad romped home to a facile nine-wicket triumph over Tripura after the home team's batting collapsed on Thursday and left the visitors with a meagre 45-run target in their Ranji Trophy Group C cricket match here.
Riding on a brilliant ton by Akshath Reddy and half-centuries by DB Ravi Teja (96 not out) and Hanuma Vihari (70), Hyderabad reached 487 for nine on day two, taking a 303-run first innings lead over Tripura in a Group C Ranji Trophy cricket match here on Tuesday.
Tanmay Agarwal (110) and Akshath Reddy (104) hit twin centuries to help Hyderabad score 249-1 in their second innings even as Kerela pocketed three points due to their massive first innings lead in their drawn Ranji Trophy Group C cricket match, here today.
DB Ravi Teja (175) and skipper Akshath Reddy (149) scored a century each to ensure that Hyderabad did not get out in their first innings against Tripura as it gave both the teams one point each after their Group C Ranji Trophy tie ended in a dull draw on the fourth and final day on Monday.
Opener Tirumalasetti Suman smashed a fine century to guide Hyderabad to 218 for four in reply to Assam`s mammoth first innings total of 501 for nine declared at stumps on the third and penultimate day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match, here on Saturday.
Akshath Reddy and Hanuma Vihari helped Hyderabad close in on Mumbai`s first-innings total, but were unfortunate to miss what would have been well-deserved double centuries, in their Ranji Trophy match on Monday.