(Last Updated on : 08/06/2015)
Vijay Hari Zol is an Indian cricketer, popular as a batsman hailing from Maharashtra
. Vijay Hari Zol is an Under 19 first class player who delivers with record breaking innings in every innings of the tournament. On December 2011, in an Under-19 first-class match for Maharashtra. Zol scored an unbeaten 451 off 467 deliveries, batting for almost eleven hours, and hit 53 boundaries and two sixes in that record-breaking innings.
Early life of Vijay Hari Zol
Vijay Hari Zol was born on 23rd November in the year 1994. He is an Indian cricketer. He is a left-handed middle-order batsman who plays for Maharashtra. He is from Jalna, Maharashtra.
Career of Vijay Hari Zol
In 2012, Vijay Hari Zol signed a youth contract with the Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore
. Vijay Hari Zol is also a member of India Under-19 cricket team. He is selected as a captain of Indian Under 19 cricket team 2014.
Vijay Hari Zol in Less than 19 Tournaments
In December 2011, in an Under-19 first-class match for Maharashtra cricket team, Vijay Hari Zol was selected. There Vijay Hari Zol scored an unbeaten 451 off 467 deliveries, batting for almost eleven hours and hit 53 boundaries and two sixes in that record-breaking innings. Though there are no official records to verify exactly where he stands in the record books in youth cricket, Vijay Hari Zol's score was higher than Bhausaheb Nimbalkar's landmark 443 the highest first-class score by an Indian set in 1948 during a Ranji Trophy match between Maharashtra and Saurashtra cricket team.
Vijay Hari Zol in Asian Cup
Previously, Vijay Hari Zol scored double-century against Gujarat
Cricket Team in the leagues stages of 2010s Vijay Merchant tournament. He was also member of India Under-19 team who won Asia Cup jointly with Pakistan. He was man of the match in the final which ended in tie. After Asia Cup, Vijay Hari Zol was appointed as vice-captain of the team for 2012 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Australia. Vijay Hari Zol played crucial role in the Indias in the World Cup. His batting at number 3 was well appreciated by cricketing greats.
Batting Style of Vijay Hari Zol
Vijay Hari Zol was in red-hot form having posted scores of 128, 173 and 128 in 2013. He produced another compelling batting display blasting 10 fours and two sixes during his 115-ball 103, and added vital stands of 67, 53 and 67 for the second, third and fourth wickets with Shubham Khajuria, Shreyas Iyer and Ricky Bhui.
Vijay Hari Zol in Quadrangular Series
Under the captaincy of Vijay Hari Zol, India under-19 team won the Quadrangular Series in 2013-14. Out of 6 matches played in the tournament India won 4 of them and 1 match ended without any result. Zol was the top run-scorer for India in the final as India crushed South Africa by 201 runs. Vijay zol was named the captain of the Under-19 Indian Cricket team in 2014 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, Dubai. India was defeated in the tightly contested quarter-final tie by England in which the Indian captain scored 48 runs.
Vijay Hari Zol in Indian Prenier League
Vijay Hari Zol made his List "A" debut in February 2012 against Baroda. He scored 27 off 44 balls with 5 fours in his first visit to crease. In 2012, he was signed a youth contract by the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Vijay Hari Zol in Test Cricket
In 2013, Vijay Hari Zol was named in the India "A" squad for the long-format matches against the touring New Zealand "A" team. Zol scored a maiden century on his first-class debut in his 1st unofficial Test at Visakhapatnam.