TN too good for Karnataka
The Morning Standard|December 10, 2021
TAMIL Nadu secured their second straight win in the Vijay Hazare Trophy with an eight-wicket win over Karnataka in their Elite Group B encounter at Sports Hub International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday.
MARTIN JOSEPH

After beating Mumbai in their first game, Tamil Nadu dominated Karnataka after restricting them to 122 and then chasing it down in 28 overs with eight wickets to spare.

Maniraman Siddharth (4/23) and Sai Kishore (3/28) were the standout bowlers for Tamil Nadu as all Karnataka batsmen, except skipper Manish Pandey (40) and Rohan Kadam (37), failed to register double-digit scores. Tamil Nadu won at a canter as Baba Indrajith (51 n.o.) and Washington Sundar (31 n.o.) with a 68-run partnership after losing their openers.

They’ve also opened a four-point lead at the top of Group B ahead of Karnataka, Bengal, Mumbai and Puducherry who are all on four points.

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