Saravana Kumar bags five as Tamil Nadu cruise into Syed Mushtaq Ali Prize last

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Saravana Kumar bags five as Tamil Nadu cruise into Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy last

News The 2nd semi-final is being played between Karnataka as well as Vidarbha

Tamil Nadu 92 for 2 (Vijay 43 *, Sudharsan 34 *, Readdi 2-23) defeated Hyderabad 90 (Thyagarajan 25, Saravana 5-21, Mohammed 2-12, Ashwin 2-13) by eight wickets

Tamil Nadu rode on a superb bowling performance led by tool pacer P Saravana Kumar, who returned 5 for 21, to rout Hyderabad by eight wickets in Delhi on Saturday and tornado into the last of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy. Asked to bat initially, Hyderabad only put up 90, just among their batters entering into double-digits, as well as Tamil Nadu emphasized their dominance with a sharp chase, completing it with 34 rounds in hand.Hyderabad, so dominant

as they brushed up the Elite Group E and after that overtook Gujarat in the quarter-final, remained in problem straightaway after being asked to bat, Saravana striking in each of his 3 overs in the powerplay – two times in the second – to leave the scoreboard analysis 30 for 4 after six overs. His sufferers at that phase were the top four of the Hyderabad order: captain Tanmay Agarwal, Pragnay Reddy, Tilak Varma and Himalay Agarwal.Saravana later on finished his five-for in his final over, the 19th of the innings, when he sent back the only brilliant trigger for Hyderabad, Tanay Thyagarajan, that struck 25 in 24 balls, but in between his strikes, the triad of M Ashwin, M Mohammed as well as R Sai Kishore did a terrific job too.Legspinner Ashwin eliminated B Sandeep and also Chama Milind, while medium pacer Mohammed returned Ravi Teja as well as Mehdi Hassan, and left-arm rewriter Sai Kishore dismissed Rahul Buddhi.For 32-year-old Saravana, it was a first five-for in what was his 3rd game-all T20s, done in this tournament-for Tamil Nadu.Though chasing after a modest target, Tamil Nadu were in difficulty early as they lost N Jagadeesan and H Nishaanth to fast bowler Rakshann Readdi by the third over, but that was just as good as it got for Hyderabad on the day.Sai Sudharsan and also captain Vijay Shankar didn’t permit their challengers to make any kind of additional inroads, including 76 fuse for the unbroken third-wicket stand, with Sudharsan making 34 in 31, with 4 fours, and

Vijay hitting 43 in 40, his 4th four and also just six, off Readdi, in the 15th over of the innings completing the win for Tamil Nadu.Tamil Nadu will certainly deal with the victors of the various other semi-final, being played in between Karnataka as well as Vidarbha, in the title round.Published at Sat, 20 Nov 2021 08:03:45 -0600

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