Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Hyderabad all out for 21 runs

In Ranji Trophy Plate League 2010/11 Hyderabad was bowled out for the lowest score in Ranji Trophy history. 21 runs was all that the side could accumulate, as their batting was clincally dismantled by a rookie pacer Deepak Chahar.

Unheralded debutant Deepak Chahar, an 18-year-old paceman from Rajasthan, picked up eight wickets for 10 runs to bowl out Hyderabad for 21, the lowest-ever score in Ranji Trophy.

First day of the opening season of India's premier domestic cricket competition, Ranji Trophy, was off to a historic but albeit an infamous start.

Hyderabad took on Rajasthan in their Ranji opener at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. Hyderabad's day of disgrace though was early Diwali for debutant fast bowler Deepak Chahar, who bowled his way to cricketing glory.

Hyderabad were bowled out in just 78 minutes, and none of their batsmen reached double figures. Pankaj Singh took the other two wickets that fell.                                                                                                               

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