N. Jagadeesan makes history, becoming the first player to score 5 successive List-A hundred

He made his first-class debut for Tamil Nadu in the 2016-17 Ranji Trophy on 27 October 2016, where he won the player of the matching grant. He made his Twenty20 presentation for Tamil Nadu in the 2016-17 Inter State Twenty-20 Tournament on 30 January 2017. He made his List A presentation for Tamil Nadu in the 2016-17 Vijay Hazare Trophy on 25 February 2017.

In January 2018, he was purchased by the Chennai Super Kings in the 2018 IPL closeout.
In January 2021, he was the main run-scorer in the 2020-21 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, with 364 runs in eight matches. In February 2021, he was Tamil Nadu’s driving run-scorer in the 2020-21 Vijay Hazare Trophy, with 217 runs including a century against Punjab.
In February 2022, he was again purchased by the Chennai Super Kings in the bartering for the 2022 Indian Premier League tournament.

Tamil Nadu wicketkeeper-hitter N. Jagadeesan has turned into the first-at-point hitter to score five successive List 100. The 26-year-old cricketer accomplished the accomplishment when he arrived at three figures on Monday, November 21 in an Elite Group C match between Tamil Nadu and Arunachal Pradesh in Bengaluru in the continuous Vijay Hazare Trophy.

In a breathtaking presentation of batting, Jagadeesan crossed his twofold hundred and was batting on 255 off 131 balls at the hour of composing. He raised his twofold hundred off just 114 balls, rising to the quickest List A twofold hundred record.
Jagadeesan and Sai Sudharsan (154 off 102) likewise broke the record for the most noteworthy opening organization in List A cricket, adding 416 for the first wicket.

Before the Tamil Nadu player, Virat Kohli, Prithvi Shaw, Ruturaj Gaikwad, and Devdutt Padikkal were the joint record holders for most hundreds in a solitary-time of Vijay Hazare Trophy. Every one of them has scored up to four tons each in a solitary release of the homegrown tournament.

Prior, in the wake of scoring his fourth hundred in the continuous Vijay Hazare Trophy, Jagadeesan affirmed that he was not doing anything exceptional and was simply watching the ball all the more cautiously. He was cited as saying by The New Indian Express:
I have not done anything unique to get these four tons. Just, I have been watching the ball and playing wisely.

Inquired as to whether he is going through particular drills to further develop his game, the in-structure hitter added:
Indeed, we likewise go through different drills. It is very commonplace. Yet, the main thing I have been attempting is to get my head straight more than stirring things up around town.

Before his thump on Monday, the Tamil Nadu player had highlighted in 41 List A matches and had scored 1782 runs at an average of 44.55.

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