Tamil Nadu’s N Jagadeesan scores 277 runs in Vijay Hazare Trophy, setting record

Tamil hitter Nadu N Jagadeesan, who also played for the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League, has become the first player to score in 5 consecutive centuries in A-List men’s cricket, and with this , he entered the history books on November 21.

The 26-year-old hitter overcame Alistair Brown and Rohit Sharma and set a new record for highest individual score in men’s A-List cricket, reports roll.

The cricketer hit 277 141 balls with 25 fourth and 15 sixth rounds at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, while opening batting in the Vijay Hazare Cup match against Arunachal Pradesh.

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Along with B Sai Sudharsan, who scored 154 runs of 102 balls, Jagadeesan built a massive racket with his first 416 runs. This led to another record as Tamil Nadu finished with a whopping 506/2, becoming the team with the highest total score ever in men’s A-List cricket.

In his previous four games at the Vijay Hazare Trophy, Jagadeesan has scored 114*, 107, 168 and 128 runs respectively.

Tamil Nadu hitter hit the record for most tons (four) for the first time in a single Vijay Hazare Trophy season, held by Virat Kohli, Devdutt Padikkal, Ruturaj Gaikwad and Prithvi Shaw before.

However, with the match against Arunachal on Monday, he also set a new record for men’s cricket on the A-List.

Up until now, Jagadeesan has played a total of seven games for CSK in IPL, however, was recently launched by the four-time champion IPL, reports roll.

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