This has never happened in the world of cricket..!?

Mumbai's 10th and 11th-row players scored centuries in the quarter-finals of the Ranji Cup Test series, a new record. Tanush Kotian is the 10th player. 11th place is Tushar Deshpande, famous for chennai Super Kings. The mumbai team batted first in the Ranji Trophy quarter-final between mumbai and Baroda. Sarfaraz Khan's younger brother Musheer Khan scored a double century and scored 203 runs as the team posted 384 runs in the first innings.
The Baroda team who played next compensated by accumulating 348 runs. In the second innings, mumbai lost 9 wickets for 337 runs. Although this was a good enough score, the tenth and eleventh-order batsmen Tanush Kotian and Tushar Deshpande scored runs. Tanush scored 120 runs off 129 balls and Tushar Deshpande scored 123 runs off 129 balls. This is said to be the first time in the history of first-class cricket that batsmen batting in the last two positions have scored centuries. Tanush and Tushar Deshpande have done an amazing feat that has never been done in the world of cricket. Rather than scoring a century, they scored runs at a rate of one run per ball in ODIs, which surprised many. Tanush hit 10 fours and 4 sixes. Tushar Deshpande hit 10 fours and 8 sixes. mumbai were all out for 569 runs. Tanush remained unbeaten till the end. Then on the last day, Baroda lost 3 wickets for 121 runs. The mumbai team won after this.

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