Manoj Tiwary holds a not for his household after scoring century in Ranji Trophy semifinal
Bengal batter Manoj Tiwari continued his wealthy vein of kind within the ongoing Ranji Trophy as he smashed his second successive century on Wednesday. Tiwari, who had scored 136 within the quarterfinals in opposition to Jharkhand, additionally reached triple figures within the ongoing semi-final conflict in opposition to Madhya Pradesh. Tiwari scored a positive 102 as Bengal posted 273 within the first innings. After reaching triple figures, Tiwari raised his bat in pleasure and acknowledged the applause from the Bengal dressing room. Not solely that, Tiwari had additionally held out a handwritten observe with a heartwarming message for his spouse and youngsters.
Tiwary, who can be the Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports activities in West Bengal, bailed Bengal out from a sticky place to attain his second successive century in India’s premier home competitors. He had additionally scored a century within the quarter ultimate in Jharkhand.
Other than his heroics with the bat, what stole the present was his gesture for his household after he scored the century. Tiwary held aloft a handwritten observe which had the identify of his spouse and different relations together with a coronary heart signal.
celebration when he was accomplished his Hundred within the Ranji trophy semifinal – A particular observe for his household – Lovely.
— CricketMAN2 (@ImTanujSingh) June 16, 2022
After limiting MP to 341 within the first innings, Bengal misplaced half its aspect for simply 54 runs. It was at this juncture that Tiwary (102) together with(116) put their heads down and produced a rearguard for the ages as they stitched collectively a 183-run stand which finally helped Bengal concede a lead of lower than 100 runs.
Madhya Pradesh although stay within the driver’s seat within the match as they’ve now elevated their result in greater than 200 runs on Day 3.
Tiwary performed 12 ODIs and three T20Is for India and has scored greater than 9000 runs in first-class cricket.
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