Vishnu Solanki was in Bhubaneswar for the Bengali game. He rushed back to Baroda to attend his daughter’s funeral and joined the team for this match against Chandigarh. Unnoticed Baroda hitter Vishnu Solanki showed remarkable grit and tenacity to score a remarkable and somewhat emotional 100 in a Ranji Trophy match against Chandigarh. Solanki was fighting personal tragedies as well as the tricky conditions offered by the loss of a newborn just a few days ago. 토토사이트
Chandigarh left 168 out of pitches helped by fast bowlers. When Solanky came to bat, the game was still in balance, but he showed great mental toughness to boost his century in the final session of Day 2.
His innings consisted of 12 boundaries and he received great support from opener Jyotsnil Singh. The Baroda duo controlled the pace of the game perfectly and dominated the Chandigarh bowling attack.
When the unfortunate news broke, he was in Bhubaneswar, rushed back to Baroda to attend his daughter’s funeral, and joined the team for this match against Chandigarh.
He was fired for 104 years on Saturday, but over a half-century, he scored 500 points over Bargave Bart and Artis.
It was an inning that not only saved Baroda, but also showed the batter’s tremendous determination. On Twitter, Shishir Hatangadi, president of the Baroda Cricket Association, called him an inspiration.
He tweeted: “This is the story of a cricketer who lost his newborn daughter a few days ago. He came back to represent the team to attend the funeral and get 100. His name won’t make social media “like” but for me #Vishnusolanki is a real life hero.