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Easwaran and Gharami’s centuries placed Bengal on top of their match against Nagaland in the Ranji Trophy.

Bengal finished in a strong position against Nagaland in the Ranji Trophy Group-A match that took place on Wednesday at the Nagaland Cricket Stadium. Abhimanyu Easwaran scored his fourth consecutive century, and Sudip Gharami got his second consecutive one. Both of these performances helped Bengal finish in a strong position.

After resuming play at 166 for nine, the home team’s first innings was completed in only four balls, resulting in no new runs being added to the overnight total. By claiming six wickets, Pradipta Pramanik had his best performance in his professional career.

At the end of the second day of the match, Bengal amassed 336 for four, benefiting from a 224-run partnership that was put up by Abhimanyu (170, 218b, 16×4) and Gharami (104, 178b, 11×4, 1×6) They had established a considerable lead of 170 runs at the time of stumps on day two.

Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu batted with unflinching concentration as he made his return to the Bengal team after missing the first two matches owing to his duties with India. He was outstanding because of his impeccable timing and placement, which he backed up with terrific footwork.

The opener did a wonderful job of driving, punching, cutting, and flicking to achieve some excellent boundaries on both sides. The intensity of his jogging revealed a lot about his level of fitness.

Koushik Ghosh

The early departure of Koushik Ghosh was followed by Abhimanyu’s stand with Gharami, who scored a double century.He kept his fine touch to drive and cut with self-assurance, which allowed Bengal to accumulate runs at a solid clip.

Both batters reached their fifty-mark before lunch and their hundred-mark before tea. Their partnership ended when Gharami, who was already behind with 102, dragged Hopong Kyu into a deep square leg position.

After scoring an additional 70 runs alongside Anustup Majumdar (30, 57 runs batted in, 1 four hit), Abhimanyu was bowled by Rongsen Jonathon while attempting an aggressive stroke.

The bowlers from Nagaland performed to the best of their abilities throughout the day, while the pitch offered some help in the shape of turn throughout the game. Both the fast bowler Hopongkyu and the spinner Jonathon had some success by claiming two wickets each.

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