In the second round of the Ranji Trophy 2022, Baba Aparajit and Baba Indrajit excelled. Both batsmen shared a 205-run partnership and were instrumental in bringing Tamil Nadu’s total to 470. Both batsmen scored 293 runs in total. This is the first time twin brothers have scored a century while playing for the same team in the Ranji Trophy’s history. Both batsmen had previously scored centuries in the same match, but they were playing for different teams at the time.
In this match, Baba Aparajit scored 166 runs in 267 balls. He hit 15 fours and four sixes during this time. Baba Inderjit played a 127-run innings in 141 balls at the same time. During this time, he hit 21 fours with his bat. Sumit Ruikar, the undefeated, was caught off guard. Ajay Mandal clean bowled Inderjit at the same time. This is Aparajith’s tenth first-class match, and Indrajit’s eleventh.
Tamil Nadu’s position was bolstered by centuries of both.
Tamil Nadu has a strong position in this match thanks to the centuries of the twin brothers. Indrajit 127 and Shahrukh Kan 69, in addition to Baba Aparajit’s 166, made significant contributions. Tamil Nadu scored 470 runs for the loss of nine wickets in their first innings in this match. Sumit Ruikar took four wickets for Chhattisgarh, while Ajay Jadhav Mandal took three. Two Tamil Nadu batsmen were run out at the same time.
In the same match, I’ve already scored a century.
Baba was playing for Aparajit India Red and Indrajit India Green when these two batsmen scored centuries in the same match. Indrajit told the Times of India that these two players have enjoyed batting together since they were children. Both are always willing to assist one another. They used to play for different teams the last time they both scored a century together. Indrajit, on the other hand, was unique in that he accomplished this feat while playing with his teammates.
Baba Aparajit, on the other hand, said that Inderjit was scoring runs quickly but that he wanted to bat carefully. He took his time because of this. He batted, understanding the bounce, as he looked at the slow pitch.