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Hanuma Vihari records hat-trick centuries in Irani Cup | First batsman to score 3 centuries, Hanumama scored 280 runs for Vidarbha

For the rest of India, Hanuma scored 114 in the first innings and 180 in the second innings
He also played 183 against Vidarbha last year.

Nagpur. In the Iranian Cup, the rest of the India declared their second innings against Vidarbha by 374 runs on three wickets. Hanuma Vihari scored an unbeaten 180 in this innings. This is his second hundred in this match. Earlier in the first innings he scored 114 runs. Hanuma scored the 17th first-class century This is the third century in Hanuma's Iranian Cup. He is the first player to make three consecutive centuries. Last year also he played 183 against Vidarbha.

Second player to take two consecutive centuries

Hanuma is the second player to have two consecutive centuries in the Iranian Cup. Earlier, Shikhar Dhawan did this in 2011-12. The rest of India gave the target of 280 runs in front of Vidarbha thanks to Hanuman's excellent batting.

Chasing the target, Vidarbha lost the wicket of Captain Faiz Fazal and scored 37 runs for the day's play. Fazal could not open the account. Rajput, who was named on the third ball of the first over, bowled them. Sanjay Raghunath (17) and Arthu Taheed (16) are on crease at the crease.

Earlier, the rest of India had scored 330 runs in the first innings, while Vidarbha scored an aggregate of 425 runs to lead 95 runs. The rest of India declared their second innings with 374 runs, ahead of 102 runs on two wickets yesterday.

On the fourth day of the match on the Vidarbha Cricket Association ground, the players and umpires from both the teams paid homage to the soldiers who were killed in the terrorist attack in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir. The player should play a black band on the side and play in the field.

                

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