Hyderabad opener Tanmay Agarwal hit the fastest first-class triple century in 147 balls against Arunachal Pradesh during the Ranji Trophy round four match at the Nexgen Cricket Ground in Hyderabad.
Currently, Ranji Trophy 2023-24 season is being played in which Hyderabad has scored 529 runs by losing one wicket till the end of the first day's play against Arunachal Pradesh. In this match, young opening batsman Tanmay Agarwal batted tremendously for Hyderabad and scored the fastest triple century in first class cricket.
Tanmay Agarwal did not spare any bowler of Arunachal Pradesh and attacked them all. Let us tell you, Tanmay Agarwal crossed the 300-run mark in just 147 balls. By the end of the first day's play, he had scored 323* runs in 160 balls with the help of 33 fours and 21 sixes. Tanmay Agarwal broke South African cricketer Marco Marais' record of scoring the fastest triple century in red ball cricket. Marco Marais made this record in 2017 in 191 balls. He made this record against Eastern Province while playing for Border.
Talking about Tanmay Agarwal, his performance in Indian domestic cricket has been quite good so far. Tanmay Agarwal is one of the important players of Hyderabad. He made his first class debut in 2014 against Goa. Before the match being played against Arunachal Pradesh, Tanmay Aggarwal has scored 3533 runs in 55 matches in first class cricket at an average above 38 and strike rate above 45.
Talking about Tanmay Agarwal's performances in List A cricket, it has been quite good. In 53 matches, Tanmay Agarwal has scored 2323 runs at an average of 48.39 and strike rate of 81.13. Tanmay Agarwal made his List A cricket debut in 2014 against Karnataka. Talking about T20 statistics, Tanmay Agarwal has scored 1818 runs in 66 matches.
Tanmay Agarwal has performed tremendously in Indian domestic cricket so far. His recent form has also been quite excellent. In the match being played against Arunachal Pradesh, he has batted aggressively so far and has not allowed the opposing team to dominate him at all.
In this match, Arunachal Pradesh, batting first, was all out for 172 runs in its first innings. Apart from Tanmay Agarwal, Hyderabad captain Gahlaut Rahul Singh also batted very well and played a stormy innings of 185 runs in 105 balls with the help of 26 fours and three sixes.