On Monday, TN wicketkeeper-opener Narayan Jagadeesan set a world record by hitting the most consecutive tons in List A cricket. He achieved the feat during TN's match in the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy, India's premier domestic 50-over tournament.

                         

Jagadeesan shatters Sangakkara's world record, surpasses Rohit Sharma's feat with a colossal knock in Vijay Hazare Trophy

WHAT?

On Monday, TN wicketkeeper-opener Narayan Jagadeesan set a world record by hitting the most consecutive tons in List A cricket.

HOW?

He achieved the feat during TN's match in the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy, India's premier domestic 50-over tournament.

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Jagadeesan's explosive innings saw him score 277 off 141 balls, which included 25 boundaries, and 15 sixes. This was his fifth consecutive ton and with this, he shattered Sangakkara's record, who had previously slammed four consecutive tons in the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

Apart from his colossal knock against Arunachal, Jagadeesan had scored 128(123) vs Haryana, 114* (vs Andhra Pradesh), 107 (vs Chhattisgarh), and168 vs Goa.