15 innings… 1000 runs, another player in discussion amidst Sarfaraz’s debate, triple century in debut, now double century


Sarfaraz Khan scored runs at an average of more than 80 in first class cricket.
Saqibul Ghani scored 1000 runs in first class cricket.

New Delhi. Indian cricket has reached its peak. The tension of the selectors has increased continuously due to the performance of emerging young players. There has been a flurry of double centuries in India, whether it is international cricket or first class. Sarfaraz Khan has remained the subject of much discussion regarding Test cricket. Since 2019, this batsman has been knocking on the door of BCCI. But today 3 years have passed but the attention of the board has not yet gone towards him.

India has to play Test series against Australia next month. The team was announced by the board for two Tests, in which again Sarfaraz’s name was not there. After which the Troll Army took BCCI on remand. Sarfaraz’s records have forced the fans to do this. His average in first class cricket is above 80. In the midst of this debate, another batsman has shone like a star. 23-year-old Sakibul Ghani is also seen dealing with double and triple centuries.

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Triple century was scored in debut match

Sakibul made his debut in first class cricket last year. He capitalized on the opportunity he got by scoring a triple century. In the debut match, the triple centurion has once again attracted everyone with his batting. This youth from Bihar has played an excellent inning of 205 runs against Manipur. With this, Sakibul Ghani has completed 1000 runs in first class cricket. He has achieved this feat in just 15 innings.

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