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Soumya Sarkar outperforms Sachin with record breaking ton

  shekharagouda       Wednesday, December 20, 2023

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Soumya Sarkar outperforms Sachin with record breaking ton:

Bangladesh posted 291 all-out in 49.5 overs, their highest total in an ODI against New Zealand in their own backyard, in the second of a three-match ODI series against New Zealand at Saxton Oval today, thanks to Soumya Sarkar's career-best score of 169 off just 151 deliveries.

Soumya Sarkar hit his vocation best ODI score of 169 off only 151 conveyances to assist Bangladesh with posting 291 all out in 49.5 overs - - the most elevated ODI complete for the Tigers against New Zealand in their lawn - - in their second of the three-match ODI series against New Zealand at Saxton Oval today.

Soumya likewise arrived at a huge achievement en route as his 169 is currently the most elevated individual score by an Asian in New Zealand. He outperformed Sachin Tendulkar's past best of 163 not out against New Zealand in Christchurch in 2009. 

Soumya's elating thump that highlighted 22 limits and two maximums finished in the last over of the innings when he gave a catch to additional cover while attempting to hit a William O'Rourke conveyance for a limit. The left-hander's innings is currently the second-best by a Bangladeshi in ODIs after Liton Das' 176 against Zimbabwe.

It was additionally Soumya's third ODI ton. 

Soumya Sarkar has created quite possibly of Bangladesh's most prominent inning ever in the second ODI between New Zealand and Bangladesh in Nelson. PHOTO: ICC
Soon after getting to the hotly anticipated three-figure separate 116 conveyances, Soumya raised the stakes, giving Bangladesh the truly necessary lift in run-rate late in the innings.

The following over subsequent to getting to his hundred, Soumya hit Adam Milne for sequential limits - - one a roll over mid off and the other over mid-wicket on a short conveyance - - in the 41st over. His absolute best of the innings came in the accompanying over of Milne when the left-given player pursued the ground to smack a short conveyance over mid-wicket for a 90-meter six.

With a whirlwind of limits, Soumya moved to 150 from 100 off only 28 conveyances. 

With Mushfiqur Rahim (45 off 57), Mehedi Hasan Miraz (19 off 26), and Tanzim Hasan Sakib (13 off 11), Soumya had led Bangladesh's recovery from a precarious 44 for three with stands of 91, 61, and 40 for the fifth, sixth, and seventh wickets, respectively.
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