New Delhi: West Bengal Manoj Tiwary has shown his batting performance by scoring 73 runs and 136 runs in the two innings of the ongoing Ranji Trophy quarter-final match against Jharkhand.
Bengal is currently playing with Jharkhand in the Ranji Trophy quarter-finals and it has posted a large score ridding on the performance of Tiwary. By the end of the second day's play, Manoj returned unbeaten after scoring a half-century.
Manoj Tiwary and Abhishek Porel helped Bengal to reach 577 runs for five against Jharkhand on the second day of the Ranji Trophy quarter-finals.
Jharkhand's Sushant Mishra dismissed Abhishek Porel as behind the wickets. Porel scored 68 runs off 111 balls with the help of included 11 fours.
As Mishra went back to the pavilion, Tiwary continued his innings and thrashed Jharkhand's bowlers fiercely, at the end of the second day's play. Manoj Tiwary is unbeaten and playing on 54 runs off 146 balls. Manoj has hit three fours and one six in his innings so far.
Notably, Tiwary's last triple-digit score was an unbeaten 303 against Hyderabad in the 2019-20 season. Notably, Tiwary has been a prominent figure for the Bengal team for years when he has been guiding the team's batting line-up as well as the youngsters in the team.
There was a time when the 36-year-old former Bengal captain was considered a strong contender for Team India. However, he couldn't succeed much at the international level.
Eventually, Manoj lost his association with Team India long ago, but he couldn't refrain from playing cricket.