Karnataka Defeat India B by Six Runs in Deodhar Trophy

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Dharamsala: Karnataka cricket team defeated India ‘B’ with six runs on Monday to begin their campaign in the Deodhar Trophy cricket tournament. The team clinched 296 runs for eight wickets in the 50 overs match.

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Karnataka Player Ravikumar Samarth scored 117 runs from 115 balls at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Stadium on Monday. Player Manoj Tiwary made a century (120 off 110 balls) in the game but when he got out in the 42nd over the situation gets changed. During that time, the team was at a score of 290 runs for nine wickets.

In the seventh over of game, India ‘B’ team was at a score of 23 runs for three wickets. India ‘B’ team couldn’t able to win the game as leg-spinner Shreyas Gopal took the wicket of Manoj Tiwary, who clinched century in the match and later the situation of team gets changed after his wicket was taken.

Manoj Tiwary clinched 10 boundaries and four sixes in the game held on Monday.

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Prior, Samarth’s defeat was the turn around which the Karnataka innings changed. He secured 13 boundaries along with 1 six whereas opener Mayank Agarwal clinched 44 runs off 40 balls.

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