Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2021
Bihar registered its fifth win on the trot, defeating Mizoram by six wickets in its final Plate group match to enter the knockout part of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 match right here on Tuesday. Bihar completed with 5 wins from as many matches and topped the group with 20 points, adopted by Chandigarh and Nagaland (every 18 points). Requested to bat, Mizoram batsmen by no means bought going and crawled to 83 for eight in 20 overs.
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Taruwar Kohli (33, 30 balls, 2 fours, 1 six) and Lalhruaizela (21, 36 balls, 2 fours) had been the one batsman to supply resistance as Bihar bowlers saved a decent leash. Bihar skipper Ashutosh Aman, together with his left-arm spin, led the best way by selecting up 4 wickets whereas gifting away simply 9 runs from his 4 overs. Leg-spinner Samar Quadri completed with two wickets.
Chasing 84 for victory, Bihar lost their openers early, however, Babul Kumar (37 not out, 34 balls, Four fours) noticed the staff residence.
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In different matches on Tuesday, Chandigarh defeated Arunachal Pradesh by seven wickets whereas Nagaland beat Manipur by eight wickets.
At SSN Engineering College ground:
Mizoram 83 for eight in 20 overs (Taruwar Kohli 33, Ashutosh Aman 4/9) lost to Bihar 84 for Four in 12.Four overs (Babul Kumar 37 not out) by six wickets. Bihar: Four points, Mizoram:0.
At IC-Guru Nanak College ground:
Arunachal Pradesh 56 for eight in 20 overs (Bipul Sharma 3/5) lost to Chandigarh 62 for Three in 7.1 overs (Arslan Khan 37 not out) by seven wickets. Chandigarh: Four points, Arunachal:0.
At Sri Ramachandra Medical College ground:
Sikkim 111 for five in 20 overs (Varun Sood 60 not out (50 balls, 5X4, 2X6), R Sanjay Yadav 2/24) lost to Meghalaya 112 for two in 17.Three overs (Punit Bisht 41 not out, Rohit Shah 38) by eight wickets. Meghalaya: Four points, Sikkim: 0.
At TI Cycles Murugappa ground:
Manipur 129 for eight in 20 overs (Langlonyamba Meitan Keishangbam 50 not out, Nitesh Sedai 37, Stuart Binny 3/27) lost to Nagaland 131 for two in 17.1 overs (Chetan Bist 60, Shrikant Mundhe 35 not out) by eight wickets. Nagaland: Four points, Manipur: 0