Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun Tendulkar has made an impressive Ranji Trophy debut by playing for Goa. In his first match against Rajasthan, Arjun created panic and managed to score a century in Ranji Trophy 2022-23. 34 years ago, Arjun’s father great Sachin Tendulkar started his Ranji career by playing against Gujarat. Tendulkar also scored a century in his first Ranji Trophy match.
In his first first-class match in Ranji Trophy 2022-23, Arjun has repeated 34 years old history. On 11 December 1988, Sachin Tendulkar played his first first-class match and was successful in scoring a century in the very first match. Arjun has refreshed the memories of his father’s exploits by scoring a century. Now Arjun has set out to take his father’s legacy forward.
Moreover, Arjun completed the half-century by hitting a six in 52 balls, while completing the century in 178 balls. During this, he hit 12 fours and 2 sixes. He is currently on the field and is batting in a stormy manner. Arjun, a left-arm fast-bowling all-rounder, was earlier a part of the Mumbai team but did not get a chance to make his debut. Later he joined the Goa team and on Monday he got a chance to make his Ranji Trophy debut.
Arjun landed on the ground after the fall of the team’s 5th wicket on Tuesday. After that, he started attacking the opposition team like an experienced batsman. Earlier, the start of the Goa team, which came out to bat first against Rajasthan, was bad. His opener Sumiran Amonkar was dismissed by Kamlesh Nagarkoti after scoring 9 runs, while the second wicket fell in the form of Amogh Desai. After this, Suyash Prabhudessai took the lead and together with Snehal shared a 105-run partnership for the third wicket.
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However, Snehal got out after scoring 59 runs, while Siddhesh Lad went on to score 17 runs. Eknath’s bat also did not work. He went on to walk on 3 runs. After this, Arjun Tendulkar came on the ground. He and Suyash made the team cross 300.