Ranji Trophy: Manoj Tiwari dedicated a triple century to his son, told this special thing

Indian cricketer Manoj Tiwari has made history in the match played between Bengal and Hyderabad under Ranji Trophy. Manoj, who played for Bengal in the first innings, looted the praise of cricket fans by hitting 303 runs in just 414 balls with the help of 30 fours and five sixes. Manoj has dedicated a triple century to his son. Manoj has given the reason for this by putting a post on social media.

Today I scored my 27th first class century with the special bat on which my son's name is also inscribed. He was very happy to know his father's score.

Let us know that the Bengal team are currently facing the face of Hyderabad on the ground of West Bengal under Ranji Trophy. Bengal had a poor start playing first. But middle-order batsman Manoj Tiwari, along with Majumdar (59), Srivats Goswami (95), Shahbaz Ahmed (49) and Arnab Nandi (65), brought the Bengal team to 635 runs.

Manoj Tiwari wants to play till 45

The 34-year-old Tiwari surprised the cricket fans with a statement on the previous day in which he said that he would like to play cricket for 10-12 years more. Tiwari gave the example of Wasim Jaffer and said that first class cricket can be played for a long time. I am fit now. Hopefully I will keep playing till the age of 45.

Manoj Tiwari's career

ODI: 12 matches, 287 runs

T20: 3 matches, 15 runs

First class: 118 matches, 8449 runs

List A: 163 matches, 5466 runs

Twenty20: 178 matches, 3384 runs

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