Rajkot’s Khanderi Maidan Dhunadhar bears witness to 12 centuries and 23 fifties

Updated: Sep 25th, 2023

Batsman’s fireworks in 2 Tests, 3 ODIs, 5 T20Is: 6 centuries and 15 half centuries from India: Virat Kohli has graced the ground in all three formats.

Rajkot, : The Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium i.e. Khanderi Ground has witnessed a total of 12 centuries and 23 fifties in the 10 international matches so far. A total of 6 half-centuries were registered in both Tests against England and West Indies by England’s Haseeb Hamid (82) and West Indies’ Roston Chase (53) and Powell (83), besides India’s Ravichandran Ashwin (70), Cheteshwar Pujara (86), Rishabh Pant. (92) were included, while Joe Root (124), Moeen Ali (117), Ben Stokes (128), Alastair Cook (130) among the total of 9 centuries against four England cricketers, India’s five players – Murali Vijay (126), Cheteshwar Pujara (124), Prithvi Shaw (134), Ravindra Jadeja (100) and Virat Kohli (139) have scored centuries.

New Zealand’s Colin Munro (109) in 5 T20 matches and Suryakumar Yadav (112) in the last match against Sri Lanka on 7-1-2023 with two centuries and five fifties (Yuvraj Singh’s unbeaten innings of 77, Virat Kohli-65, Aaron Finch- 89, Rohit Sharma-85, Dinesh Karthik-55) Rajkotites have witnessed firsthand. Only century in three ODIs – Apart from Quinton de Kock (103), 12 fifties were scored by Alastair Cook (75), Ian Bell (85), Gautam Gambhir (52), Yuvraj Singh (61), Suresh Raina (50), Plessis (60). ), Rohit Sharma (65), Kohli (77), Shikhar Dhawan (96), Again Virat Kohli (78), Steven Smith (98) and K.L. Rahul’s (80) batting is becoming memorable for cricket fans. K.L. Rahul Aussie. Since the man of the match has played an innings in the last ODI here on 17-1-2020 and Virat Kohli has played this field in all three formats, there will be a special fan meeting on both of them in the next Wednesday’s ODI.

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