By no means ahead of had the highest 8 batsmen scored no less than 50 runs in an innings of a first class fit. The one example of no less than 8 batsmen scoring greater than 50 runs in a first class innings used to be in 1893 when Australia scored 843 in opposition to the Aucks and Camb crew on a excursion of England.
Sudip Kumar Gharami (186) and Anustup Majumdar (117) scored centuries excluding half-centuries from openers Abhishek Raman (61) and captain Abhimanyu Easwaran (65) and Abhishek Porel (68) at the first two days of the fit.
Manoj Tiwary (73), Shahbaz Ahmed (78), Sion Mandal (53 now not out) and Akash Deep (53 now not out) scored half-centuries at the 3rd day on Wednesday. Akash Deep batted vigorously and hit 8 sixes in his innings of simply 18 balls. For Jharkhand, Sushant Mishra took 3 for 140 whilst Shahbaz Nadeem took 2 for 175.
In answer, Jharkhand misplaced 5 wickets for 139 runs until the top of the day’s play. Opener Nazim Siddiqui (53) used to be ready to bat most effective. Captain Saurabh Tiwary contributed 33 runs. At stumps, Virat Singh used to be 17 whilst Anukul Roy used to be scoring one run.
For Bengal, Sion Mandal has taken 3 wickets for 32 runs whilst Shahbaz Ahmed has taken two wickets for 5 runs. Jharkhand crew nonetheless wishes 435 runs to steer clear of the follow-on.