Hanuma Vihari scored 95 off 76 balls for India B © Twitter
Hanuma Vihari hammered an unbeaten 95 off 76 balls as India B beat India A by eight wickets within the rain-hit opening match of the Deodhar Trophy in Dharamsala. India B made full use of the circumstances after opting to area, dismissing the A facet for 178 in 41.2 overs. From 42 for 4, it was a restoration of types for India A who may have been bundled out for lower than 100 if it was not for the trouble of Ricky Bhui (78). Rain stopped play when India A had been 51 for 4 in 14 overs. At resumption, the match was decreased to 43 overs a facet.
Bhui’s valiant effort didn’t show to be sufficient as India B chased down the revised goal of 175 in simply 26.2 overs.
Vihari was in crimson sizzling kind and acquired good help from captain Shreyas Iyer (28 not out) and Abhimanyu Easwaran (43).
During the chase, Vihari was unstoppable smashing 16 fours and a six.
He was unfortunate to overlook out on a deserving hundred by 5 runs.
Mohammad Shami, taking part in for India A, leaked 49 runs in six overs and took a wicket.
The medical batting efficiency from India B got here after an all-round bowling present.
Pacers Umesh Yadav (2/28) and Siddharth Kaul (2/39) offered the breakthroughs upfront earlier than left-arm spinner Dharmendrasinh Jadeja (four/36) inflicted extra injury.
Barring Bhui, not one of the batsmen may cross 30. U-19 stars Shubman Gill (5) and Prithvi Shaw (28) additionally couldn’t contribute a lot to the whole.