Dimapur: Nagaland on Friday joined the list of lowest totals ever in the Ranji Trophy history with 25 runs against Uttarakhand.
Nagaland suffered a humiliating defeat against Uttarakhand despite a 107-run lead in the first innings. The team lost the match by 174 runs because of a shocking 25-run all-out in the second innings.
Chasing 200 against Uttarakhand on the final day of the Ranji Trophy 1st round match, the Nagaland team could manage to bat only 18 overs in the second innings, and was all-out for 25 runs.
None of Nagaland batsmen could withstand Uttarakhand’s bowling attack. The highest scorer of the 2nd innings was Nagaho Chishi. He scored 10 runs, and was the only Nagaland player to reach the double digits mark.
Uttarakhand managed the huge victory because of superb bowling by Mayank Mishra and Swapnil Singh.
Mayank Mishra finished with stunning figures (9-7-4-5) with a 5-wicket haul, while Swapnil Singh picked up 4 wickets.