Manoj Tiwary holds "I Love U" note in hand after hitting century at Ranji Trophy Semis, SEE PIC

New Delhi: 

West Bengal’s junior sports minister Manoj Tiwary scored his successive hundred on Thrusday on Day 3 of his side’s semi-final clash with Madhya Pradesh in Alur. Tiwary scored his 29th century off 205 balls that included 12 boundaries. Though, the batter was later dismissed  by Saransh Jain shortly after his century.

Former Bengal captain Tiwary won hearts first by spectacular cricket skills and then his way of showing gratitude to his family. He held a note in his hand after the century.

The letter read, ” I Love You Susmita (Sweetypie).”

Tiwary’s demise brought an end to a 183-run sixth-wicket stand with Shahbaz Ahmed. Ahmed, all-rounder for the Royal Challengers Bangalore, also hit a century, scoring 116 off 209 to help Bengal recover from 54/5 in response to MP’s 341. Bengal, on the other hand, were struggling at 268/9 with Shahbaz back in the pavilion, and were in danger of losing the first-innings advantage.

MP is currently leading by 142 runs as they are playing at 74 runs at the loss of 2 wickets after 31.3 overs. Earlier, Bengal was bundled for 273 runs in their first innings. 


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