Chandigarh under-19 team beat Mizoram under-19 by a humongous 603 run-margin in a <a href="https://www.india.com/topic/Cooch-Behar-Trophy/">Cooch Behar Trophy</a> 2019-20 match, thus claiming the biggest ever win in India's domestic cricket on Sunday at Jadavpur University in Kolkata. <p></p> <p></p>After declaring their only innings at 700/9, Chandigarh wrapped by Mizoram for 58 in the first innings before enforcing the follow-on. In their second dig, the Mizo batters were bundled out for a mere 39 with extras being top-score (12) in their second innings. Only Aruka Das managed to reach double figures for Mioram in both the innings 11 and 15. <p></p> <p></p>Earlier, Chandigarh rode on middle-order batsman Chiragvir Dhindsa's 253 and skipper Surya Narayan Yadav's 157 to post 700. Opener Ishan Goyal contributed 57 while the lower-order of akshit Rana (wicketkeeper batsman) made 80-ball 87 and Yuvraj Choudhary made 53 off 63 balls. <p></p> <p></p>In reply, Mizoram could only last 34.2 overs, scoring 58 with Das making 15. Extras was the next best score with 14. For Chandigarh Rajangad Bawa claimed 5/12 in his 8.2 overs while Yuvraj and Sehbaaz Singh returned two wickets each. Amit Shukla added one to his tally. <p></p> <p></p>Following on, Mizoram lasted just 23.2 overs with Sehbaaz claiming 4/9 in his seven overs while Bawa and Shukla claimed two each. Sarthak Sharan returned 1/5 in his five overs. <p></p> <p></p>The previous record was held by Assam. They had defeated Tripura by an innings and 472 runs in 1991-92 Ranji Trophy.