Pujara and Jadeja in record stand

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Cheteshwar Pujara
Cheteshwar Pujara

Rajkot: Saurashtra’s Cheteshwar Pujara (302 not out) and Ravindra Jadeja (232 not out) were involved in a world-record unbeaten 520-run partnership for the fifth wicket against Orissa on the second of the Ranji Trophy Super League match, here, on Tuesday.

The duo surpassed the previous best fifth-wicket partnership in first class cricket of 464 between Steve and Mark Waugh for New South Wales.

The scores (day two):

Super League: At Mohali: Rajasthan 133 & 57 for six vs Punjab 262 (S. Sohal 106, G. Singh four for 67).

At Surat: Mumbai 486 (W. Jaffer 172, A. Rahane 104, A. Mazumdar 61, M. Parmar six for 143) vs Gujarat 77 for six (D. Kulkarni four for 32).

At Hyderabad: Hyderabad 334 (S. Pai 130, Abhinav Kumar 76, P. Sangwan four for 86) vs Delhi 124 for three in (A. Chopra 51, S. Dhawan 47).

At Rajkot: Saurashtra 620 for four decl. (Cheteshwar Pujara 302 not out, Ravindra Jadeja 232 not out) vs Orissa 46 for no loss.

At Vadodara: Baroda 235 (A. Bilakkia 40, R. Solanki 71, P. Kumar five for 710 vs Uttar Pradesh 251 for eight (T. Srivatsava 79, M. Kaif 51, I. Pathan five for 71) .

At Nashik: Andhra 348 (H. Watekar 142, B. Sumanth 45, A.S.K. Varma 45, Fallah six for 102) vs Maharashtra 205 for one (H. Khadiwale 103, R. Bhonsale 72).

Plate Division:

At Rohtak: Haryana 500 for nine decl (Sunny Singh 127, Nitin Saini 125, Sumit Sharma 82, Abhir Lawasa 51, Rahul Deewan 45, Shivshankar Rao four for 108) vs Jharkhand 84 for six.

At New Delhi: Vidarbha 151 & 178 for two in 74 overs (Faiz Fazal 119 batting) vs Services 77 in 31.4 overs (Sandeep Singh five for 27).

At Agartala: Tripura 215 in 73.5 overs & 96 for five vs Assam 195 (D. Sharma 46, S. Purakayastha 77).

At Dharamsala: Himachal Pradesh 370 (Mukesh Sharma 88, Sangram Singh 72, A. Mannu 40, Paras Dogra 45, Tinu Yohannan six for 89) vs Kerala 135 (Sony Cheravathur 43 not out, A.K. Thakur five for 26) & 26 for two.

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