Uttarakhand's superb, double century hits Uttar Pradesh behind Rahane

Uttarakhand's superb, double century hits Uttar Pradesh behind Rahane
Karn Veer Kaushal
27-year-old Karn Veer Kaushal played 202 runs in 135 balls. This is the first time in the domestic circuit of List-A cricket.

Uttarakhand opener Karn Veer Kaushal became the first player to score double hundred in the Vijay Hazare Trophy by playing 202 runs in 135 balls. Thanks to the team, Sikkim scored 199 runs in the Plate Group match.

In the form of the skills in the form of 2007-08, Ajinkya Rahane's innings of 187 runs against Mumbai in Maharashtra has left behind.

List-A cricket includes one-day internationals, in which Indian batsmen Rohit Sharma (three), Virender Sehwag, Shikhar Dhawan and Sachin Tendulkar have crossed the 200 mark once or twice. But this is the first time in the country's domestic circuit.

Skills broke the record of opening partnership in List-A cricket in India during this period. He added 296 runs with Vineet Saxena (100 runs in 133 balls), which helped Uttarakhand to lose 366 runs, losing two wickets.

Earlier, Shikhar Dhawan and Akash Chopra scored an unbeaten 277 for Delhi against Punjab in 2007-08. Sikkim's team could score 167 runs in six overs in the set overs.

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