In an epic run-chase in the ongoing Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Kerala's Mohammed Azharuddeen on Wednesday smashed a 37-ball century helping his side eclipse 197-run target inside 16 overs against Mumbai. Batting at a strike-rate of over 250, he went on to finished the match unbeaten on 137 from 54 deliveries, which included nine boundaries and eleven maximums. His effort helped Kerala

maintain the winning momentum as they won the contests by eight wickets.    

With this feat, Azharuddeen became the first player from the state to smash a century in the competition. He now also holds the record of hitting the second-fastest century in this tournament. Rishabh Pant's 32-ball hundred remains as the quickest 100 in this competition. 
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