Delhi boy slams Ranji Trophy's fastest ton

08 Nov 2016 | By Rishikesh Malkhede
2016 Ranji Trophy - Updates

Delhi's Rishabh Pant rewrote records as he went on to score the fastest 100 in the history of Ranji Trophy. His 100 came in just 48 balls while batting against Jharkhand in Trivandrum. The match, however, ended in a draw.

This was Pant's second ton in the match after he hit an amazing knock of 117 runs in 106 balls in the first innings.

In context: 2016 Ranji Trophy - Updates

Group AMumbai, Tamil Nadu won by big margins

In 2016 Ranji-trophy matches, 41 times champions Mumbai defeated Railways by ten wickets in Group A match of Round five at Mysore.

In Raipur, Tamil Nadu won by an innings and 44 runs against Baroda. Baroda could put up just 93 in first innings and 200 in second in reply to Tamil Nadu's 337.

Punjab bundled out UP to win their match in Hyderabad.

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