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Batsmen who have scored 1900 plus runs in Vijay Hazare Trophy

MA Agarwal of Karnataka has an aggregate of 1918 runs in Vijay Hazare Trophy at the end of the 2017-18  season. He became the twelfth batsman in the history of the tournament to aggregate 1900 plus runs. All such  occasions are tabulated below

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s Teams
1 MK Tiwary 59 56 13 2487 130 57.83 3 19 0 210 39 Ben
2 SP Goswami 58 58 05 2441 149* 46.05 6 12 1 279 23 Ben
3 RV Uthappa 58 57 01 2429 169 43.37 9 11 2 284 55 Kar, Saur
4 KD Karthik 45 43 07 2302 154* 63.94 8 11 1 251 38 T N
5 IR Jaggi 51 51 10 2292 159* 55.90 6 14 5 234 29 Jha
6 Yashpal Singh 51 50 12 2116 115* 55.68 5 15 5 209 16 Ser,Tri
7 Ganesh Satish 58 56 07 2068 140* 42.20 4 13 1 196 20 Kar, Vid
8 Mandeep Singh 59 55 04 2017 119 39.54 3 14 2 156 27 Pun
9 SS Tiwary 54 51 10 1983 107* 48.36 4 10 2 157 41 Jha
10 NV Ojha 54 54 03 1965 167 38.52 5 10 2 202 46 Mad Pra
11 DB Ravi Teja 52 52 09 1945 131 45.23 5 09 2 170 27 And, Hyd
12 MA Agarwal 38 38 00 1918 162 50.47 6 09 3 238 32 Kar

Couple of records for MA Agarwal in Vijay Hazare Trophy

He owns the record for most boundary fours and most boundary sixes in a season. At the end of this game, he has scored 84 boundary fours 18 boundary sixes. The previous record for most boundary fours in a season was held by KD Karthik of Tamil Nadu with 75 boundary fours to his credit in the 2017-18 season, while the record for most boundary sixes was credited to SP Goswamy of Bengal who had  scored 14 boundary sixes in 2009-10 season.  MA Agarwal became the first batsman in the history of Vijay Hazare Trophy to score 80 plus boundary sixes.

He scored 90 in this game which fetched him his seventh fifty of the season. He now owns the record for most fifties in a season. He went past KD Karthik who had scored six fifties in 2016-17 season and A Mukund of Tamil Nadu who had scored six fifties in 2009-10 season

MA Agarwal became the first batsman in the history of tournament to amass 700 runs. His aggregate at the end of this game read 723. He reached the milestone when he was on 67 during the course of his knock of 90 in this game.

MA Agarwal’s aggregate in the tournament read 1918 at the end of this game. He became the second Karnataka batsman to aggregate 1900 plus run in Vijay Hazare Trophy after RV Uthappa. RV Uthappa has an aggregate of 2334 runs

Player Span Mat Runs NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
RV Uthappa 2008-2017 52 51 1 2334 169 46.68 9 11 2 271 52
MA Agarwal 2012-2018 38 38 0 1918 162 50.47 6 09 3 238 32

MA Agarwal’s 90 provides the sixth occasions of a Karnataka batsman scoring an individual ninety in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 MK Pandey 95 Karnataka Goa Chennai 10 Feb 2010
2 Ganesh Satish 90 Karnataka Kerala Bangalore 21 Feb 2012
3 Ganesh Satish 90 Karnataka Hyderabad Bangalore 24 Feb 2012
4 MK Pandey 99* Karnataka Mumbai Vadodara 21 Nov 2014
5 MK Pandey 94* Karnataka Gujarat Alur 14 Dec 2015
6 MA Agarwal 90 Karnataka Saurashtra Delhi 27 Feb 2019

Three figure partnerships by Karnataka batsmen in Vijay Hazare Trophy

MA Agarwal and KK Nair of Karnataka added 155 runs for the first wicket against Maharashtra at Delhi on 24.02.18 to provide the provide the 33rd occasion of Karnataka batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament and the ninth occasion for the first wicket. All such occasions are tabulated below with wicket wise break up

Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
CM Gautam, RV Uthappa 126 1st Karnataka v Andhra Visakhapatnam 15 Feb 2009
KL Rahul, RV Uthappa 112 1st Karnataka v Kerala Vasco 15 Feb 2013
KL Rahul, RV Uthappa 206 1st Karnataka v Hyderabad Porvorim 18 Feb 2013
RV Uthappa, MA Agarwal 137 1st Karnataka v Jharkhand Kolkata 14 Mar 2014
MA Agarwal, KL Rahul 112 1st Karnataka v Hyderabad Hyd-RGS 11 Nov 2014
RV Uthappa, MA Agarwal 162 1st Karnataka v Punjab Ahmedabad 25 Nov 2014
MA Agarwal, KK Nair 190 1st Karnataka v Odisha Alur 13 Feb 2018
MA Agarwal, KK Nair 155 1st Karnataka v Maharashtra Delhi 24 Feb 2018
             
RV Uthappa, SN Raju 124* 2nd Karnataka v Andhra Malappuram 13 Feb 2011
RV Uthappa, Ganesh Satish 144 2nd Karnataka v Hyderabad Bangalore 24 Feb 2012
RV Uthappa, Ganesh Satish 117 2nd Karnataka v Andhra Bengaluru 26 Feb 2012
RV Uthappa, Ganesh Satish 214 2nd Karnataka v Goa Porvorim 14 Feb 2013
KL Rahul, Ganesh Satish 119 2nd Karnataka v U. Pradesh Visakhapatnam 26 Feb 2013
RV Uthappa, KL Rahul 128 2nd Karnataka v Jharkhand Kolkata 14 Mar 2014
MA Agarwal, KK Nair 100 2nd Karnataka v Assam Bengaluru 08 Feb 2018
MA Agarwal, R Samarth 242 2nd Karnataka v Hyderabad Delhi 21 Feb 2018
             
B Chipli, R Vinay Kumar 143 3rd Karnataka v Hyderabad Chennai 27 Feb 2008
Ganesh Satish, MK Pandey 108 3rd Karnataka v Kerala Chennai 13 Feb 2010
RV Uthappa, MK Pandey 130 3rd Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Chennai 14 Feb 2010
Ganesh Satish, R Dravid 119 3rd Karnataka v Haryana Vadodara 23 Feb 2010
MA Agarwal, MK Pandey 147 3rd Karnataka v Andhra Secunderabad 07 Nov 2014
R Samarth, MK Pandey 116 3rd Karnataka v Jharkhand Kolkata 25 Feb 2017
             
R Vinay Kumar, C Raghu 128 4th Karnataka v Goa Chennai 29 Feb 2008
B Akhil, DA Chougule 110 4th Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Chennai 03 Mar 2008
Ganesh Satish, MK Pandey 173 4th Karnataka v Goa Chennai 10 Feb 2010
MK Pandey, KK Nair 123* 4th Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Vasco 17 Feb 2013
MK Pandey, KK Nair 142* 4th Karnataka v Goa Secunderabad 08 Nov 2014
MK Pandey, STR Binny 119 4th Karnataka v Mumbai Vadodara 21 Nov 2014
KL Rahul, PU Deshpande 100 4th Karnataka v Punjab Alur (2) 11 Feb 2018
MA Agarwal, PU Deshpande 132 4th Karnataka v Railways Alur 16 Feb 2018
             
DA Chougule, C Raghu 101 5th Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Chennai 03 Mar 2008
RV Uthappa, KK Nair 209 5th Karnataka v Gujarat Kolkata 11 Mar 2014
MK Pandey, CM Gautam 145 5th Karnataka v J + K Bengaluru 18 Dec 2015

 

150 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket in the history of Vijay Hazare Trophy

MA Agarwal and KK Nair of Karnataka added 155 runs for the first wicket against Maharashtra at Delhi on 24.02.18 to provide the 29th occasion of batsmen posting 150 plus runs for the first wicket in the history of Vijay Hazare Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below

Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
A Chopra, S Dhawan 277* 1st Delhi v Punjab Delhi 28 Feb 2008
PSK Gupta, S Chaudhary 249 1st U. Pradesh v Maharashtra Cuttack 03 Mar 2017
AM Hegde, VA Jagadeesh 241 1st Kerala v Hyderabad Chennai 11 Feb 2010
A Chopra, S Dhawan 208* 1st Delhi v Services Delhi 05 Mar 2008
KL Rahul, RV Uthappa 206 1st Karnataka v Hyderabad Porvorim 18 Feb 2013
SP Jackson, AA Barot 202* 1st Saurashtra v Goa Rajkot 12 Dec 2015
SP Goswami, AR Easwaran 198 1st Bengal v Jharkhand Delhi 18 Mar 2017
KS Bharat, K Ashwin Hebbar 192 1st Andhra v Gujarat Chennai 12 Feb 2018
MA Agarwal, KK Nair 190 1st Karnataka v Odisha Alur 13 Feb 2018
S Anirudha, M Vijay 185 1st Tamil Nadu v Kerala Malappuram 16 Feb 2011
FY Fazal, JM Sharma 183 1st Vidarbha v U. Pradesh Jaipur 05 Mar 2014
SN Khanolkar, SB Bangar 182 1st Railways v Vidarbha Kanpur 14 Feb 2011
S Anirudha, A Mukund 177 1st Tamil Nadu v M. Pradesh Rajkot 27 Feb 2010
DS Jadhav, P Aziz 176 1st Assam v Bengal Cuttack 14 Feb 2010
Manish Sharma, RG Sharma 171 1st Rajasthan v U. Pradesh Kanpur 26 Feb 2008
RD Gaikwad, VH Zol 167 1st Maharashtra v H. Pradesh Cuttack 25 Feb 2017
KH Devdhar, AA Waghmode 165 1st Baroda v Assam Alur (3) 16 Feb 2018
RV Uthappa, MA Agarwal 162 1st Karnataka v Punjab Ahmedabad 25 Nov 2014
W Jaffer, AM Rahane 159 1st Mumbai v Baroda Poona 27 Feb 2008
KH Devdhar, AA Waghmode 159 1st Baroda v Andhra Delhi 11 Dec 2015
SP Pattnaik, AR Sarangi 157 1st Odisha v Haryana Delhi 25 Feb 2017
MA Agarwal, KK Nair 155 1st Karnataka v Maharashtra Delhi 24 Feb 2018
Tahir Khan, Sumit Singh 154 1st Services v Punjab Gurgaon 16 Feb 2010
AO Bandy, SP Khajuria 154 1st J + K v Services Secunderabad 11 Feb 2018
R Inder Singh, C Madan 153* 1st Punjab v Haryana Dharamsala 13 Feb 2013
S Dhawan, UBT Chand 153 1st Delhi v Punjab Sirsa 12 Feb 2010
S Anirudha, A Mukund 153 1st Tamil Nadu v Hyderabad Chennai 13 Feb 2010
SP Wakaskar, KH Devdhar 152 1st Baroda v Mumbai Rajkot 27 Feb 2014
TL Suman, DB Ravi Teja 151 1st Hyderabad v Tamil Nadu Bangalore 26 Feb 2012

It also provides the fourth occasion of Karnataka batsmen posting a 150 plus runs partnership for the first wicket in the tournament. All such occasions are listed below. It is noted with interest that out of the four occasions, MA Agarwal is one of the partners on three occasions

Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
KL Rahul, RV Uthappa 206 1st Karnataka v Hyderabad Porvorim 18 Feb 2013
MA Agarwal, KK Nair 190 1st Karnataka v Odisha Alur 13 Feb 2018
RV Uthappa, MA Agarwal 162 1st Karnataka v Punjab Ahmedabad 25 Nov 2014
MA Agarwal, KK Nair 155 1st Karnataka v Maharashtra Delhi 24 Feb 2018

Karnataka owns the records for playing most matches and winning most matches in Vijay Hazare Trophy

Prior to the start of the finals of Vijay Hazare Trophy of the 2017-18 seasons, Karnataka {72}, Tamil Nadu {71} and Bengal {70} are the three teams which have played 70 plus games in the history of the tournament.  Karnataka owns the record for playing most matches – 72 – achieved the distinction when it played the semifinals of the ongoing season against Maharashtra at Delhi. Karnataka also owns the record for most wins in the tournament. It has won 56 games.

No Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied NR
1 Karnataka 2008-2018 72 56 15 1 0
2 Tamil Nadu 2008-2018 71 53 18 0 0
3 Bengal 2008-2018 70 48 21 1 0

 

Teams winning a game by nine or more wickets in the history of Vijay Hazare Trophy

Karnataka won its game against Maharashtra at Delhi on 24.02.18 by nine wickets to provide the 31st occasion of a team winning a game by nine or more wickets in the history of Vijay Hazare Trophy. It also provides the 23rd occasion of a team winning a game by exact nine  wickets in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Delhi 10 wkts 39 275 43.3 v Punjab Delhi 28 Feb 2008
2 Delhi 10 wkts 137 205 27.1 v Services Delhi 05 Mar 2008
3 Punjab 10 wkts 126 153 29.0 v Haryana Dharamsala 13 Feb 2013
4 Punjab 10 wkts 154 130 24.2 v H. Pradesh Dharamsala 21 Feb 2013
5 Bengal 10 wkts 129 128 28.3 v Karnataka Vizag 28 Feb 2013
6 Saurashtra 10 wkts 140 200 26.4 v Goa Rajkot 12 Dec 2015
7 Haryana 10 wkts 234 076 11.0 v J + K Alur 13 Dec 2015
8 Vidarbha 10 wkts 184 088 19.2 v Andhra Delhi 17 Dec 2015
9 Delhi 09 wkts 133 168 27.5 v J + K Delhi 26 Feb 2008
19 Bengal 09 wkts 126 148 29.0 v Assam Guwahati 28 Feb 2008
11 Goa 09 wkts 99 201 33.3 v Kerala Chennai 03 Mar 2008
12 Punjab 09 wkts 100 153 33.2 v Services Delhi 03 Mar 2008
13 Karnataka 09 wkts 176 127 20.4 v Andhra Vizag 15 Feb 2009
14 U. Pradesh 09 wkts 152 142 24.4 v Vidarbha Indore 14 Feb 2010
15 Bengal 09 wkts 55 256 40.5 v Saurashtra Vadodara 25 Feb 2010
16 M. Pradesh 09 wkts 213 106 14.3 v U. Pradesh Nagpur 21 Feb 2012
17 Railways 09 wkts 240 049 10.0 v M. Pradesh Nagpur 23 Feb 2012
18 Mumbai 09 wkts 125 179 29.1 v Karnataka Delhi 06 Mar 2012
19 Hyderabad 09 wkts 120 108 30.0 v Kerala Alur (3) 27 Feb 2014
20 Railways 09 wkts 267 036 5.3 v Rajasthan Nagpur 11 Nov 2014
21 H. Pradesh 09 wkts 129 133 28.3 v J + K Nadaun 12 Nov 2014
22 Bengal 09 wkts 144 122 26.0 v Tripura Kalyani 13 Nov 2014
23 Vidarbha 09 wkts 127 113 28.5 v U. Pradesh Nagpur 13 Nov 2014
24 Jharkhand 09 wkts 122 134 29.4 v Haryana Alur (3) 14 Dec 2015
25 Karnataka 09 wkts 265 050 5.5 v Kerala Bengaluru 17 Dec 2015
26 Delhi 09 wkts 95 184 34.1 v Andhra Delhi 18 Dec 2015
27 Odisha 09 wkts 87 208 35.3 v Assam Delhi 28 Feb 2017
28 Odisha 09 wkts 146 137 25.4 v Assam Bengaluru 11 Feb 2018
29 Andhra 09 wkts 28 251 45.2 v Gujarat Chennai 12 Feb 2018
30 Odisha 09 wkts 110 171 31.4 v Haryana Bengaluru 16 Feb 2018
31 Karnataka 09 wkts 117 161 30.3 v Maharashtra Delhi 24 Feb 2018

It also provides the third occasion of Karnataka winning a game by nine wickets  in the  tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Karnataka 09 wkts 176 127 20.4 v Andhra Vizag 15 Feb 2009
2 Karnataka 09 wkts 265 050 5.5 v Kerala Bengaluru 17 Dec 2015
3 Karnataka 09 wkts 117 161 30.3 v Maharashtra Delhi 24 Feb 2018

Karnataka became the fifth team in the tournament to win a game on three or more occasions in the tournament. Other teams are – Bengal {04}. Delhi {04}, Odisha {03} and Punjab {03}.

No No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 1 Bengal 10 wkts 129 128 28.3 v Karnataka Vizag 28 Feb 2013
  2 Bengal 09 wkts 126 148 29.0 v Assam Guwahati 28 Feb 2008
  3 Bengal 09 wkts 55 256 40.5 v Saurashtra Vadodara 25 Feb 2010
  4 Bengal 09 wkts 144 122 26.0 v Tripura Kalyani 13 Nov 2014
                   
2 1 Delhi 10 wkts 39 275 43.3 v Punjab Delhi 28 Feb 2008
  2 Delhi 10 wkts 137 205 27.1 v Services Delhi 05 Mar 2008
  3 Delhi 09 wkts 133 168 27.5 v J + K Delhi 26 Feb 2008
  4 Delhi 09 wkts 95 184 34.1 v Andhra Delhi 18 Dec 2015
                   
3 1 Karnataka 09 wkts 176 127 20.4 v Andhra Vizag 15 Feb 2009
  2 Karnataka 09 wkts 265 050 5.5 v Kerala Bengaluru 17 Dec 2015
  3 Karnataka 09 wkts 117 161 30.3 v Maharashtra Delhi 24 Feb 2018
                   
4 1 Odisha 09 wkts 87 208 35.3 v Assam Delhi 28 Feb 2017
  2 Odisha 09 wkts 146 137 25.4 v Assam Bengaluru 11 Feb 2018
  3 Odisha 09 wkts 110 171 31.4 v Haryana Bengaluru 16 Feb 2018
                   
5 1 Punjab 10 wkts 126 153 29.0 v Haryana Dharamsala 13 Feb 2013
  2 Punjab 10 wkts 154 130 24.2 v H. Pradesh Dharamsala 21 Feb 2013
  3 Punjab 09 wkts 100 153 33.2 v Services Delhi 03 Mar 2008

 

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